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    12:20AM

    Slump in Chinese equities heralds surge in bad debt

    China’s equity slump is beginning to take its toll on the country’s shadow financing system, responsible for much of theRafael Halpin

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    12:01AM

    Clean global economic growth now ‘within reach’

    Halting global warming without denting economic growth can be done more easily than many companies and governments realise,Pilita Clark in London

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    12:01AM

    UK banks seek to Zapp Apple with digital payment services

    Britain’s largest high street banks are launching digital payment services in an attempt to retain customers and fend offEmma Dunkley

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    11:59PM

    Osborne to try to abolish Sunday trading laws

    George Osborne will offer to rip up the remaining restrictions on Sunday trading in Wednesday’s Budget in a move that willJim Pickard and Andrea Felsted

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    11:34PM

    Town halls to be allowed to keep more from business rates

    The Conservatives are drawing up plans to let councils keep more of the business rates generated locally in an attempt toJim Pickard, Chief Political Correspondent

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    11:32PM

    Millions paying too much for energy, says regulator

    Britain’s competition authority has concluded that “millions of consumers are paying more for their energy than they needElizabeth Rigby, Deputy Political Editor

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    11:27PM

    European companies stash more cash away

    Europe’s companies have increased the amount of cash they are hoarding, preferring to use cheap debt to finance deals orSarah Gordon, business editor

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    11:24PM

    Bumper UK car registrations belie health of sector

    Car dealers registered more vehicles between January and June than in any other first-half on record — but the boom may beAndy Sharman, Motor Industry Correspondent

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    11:17PM

    Bank living wills reveal Wall St victims

    Goldman Sachs, Citigroup and Morgan Stanley would cease to exist under “living wills” the banks have drawn up to show howBarney Jopson in Washington and Ben McLannahan in New York

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    11:11PM

    Don’t reckon without the Greeks’ ingenuity

    Sir, Amid all the talk of the disastrous consequences of Greece’s banks remaining closed, it is worth recalling how

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