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Poundland, the UK budget store chain, has announced strong first half sales growth as it expands into continental Europe andKadhim Shubber
Britain’s biggest banks are weighed down by “horrendous” technology systems that fail to deliver the “Apple experience”Emma Dunkley
The price of Brent crude fell as the chances of Opec members reaching agreement on output cuts in Thursday’s meeting lookedAnjli Raval and Neil Hume in Vienna
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Japan’s gross domestic product shrank in the third quarter of 2014 at 1.6 per cent per annum over the quarter and 1 per centAndrew Smithers
Walmart is laying off about 30 mid-level managers as part of a larger restructuring of its China business, a companyTom Mitchell in Beijing
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