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22 Jan
US threatens retaliatory levies if UK presses ahead with digital tax

Tensions between London and Washington were growing on Wednesday after the US threatened to impose retaliatory tariffs if the UK introduced a tax on technology companies.

22 Jan
Daimler warns on profits as emissions fallout continues

Daimler, the German luxury car manufacturer, has once again warned on profits, as it continues to navigate the fallout from the emissions scandal and a switch away from diesel vehicles.

22 Jan
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UK manufacturers upbeat for the future - CBI

Optimism across the British manufacturing sector has improved sharply, reaching levels not seen since 2014, a widely-watch survey revealed on Wednesday.

22 Jan
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Rival Turkish bid being lined up for British Steel - report

The government is lining up a rival bidder for British Steel in case an agreed takeover by China’s Jingye falls through, it was reported on Wednesday.

22 Jan
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Government borrowing falls ahead of post-Brexit Spring budget

Public borrowing eased in December, official data released on Wednesday showed, beating analyst expectations.

21 Jan
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Uber offloads Indian food delivery business

Uber has struck a deal to sell its Indian food delivery service to local food app Zomato.

21 Jan
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Citi downgrades 'fairly valued' Morgan Stanley

Citi has downgraded its rating on Morgan Stanley, arguing that the bank is already fairly valued.

21 Jan
UBS shares slide despite solid end to the year

Shares in UBS fell on Tuesday, after the Swiss bank pulled back on its targets despite a strong finish to the year.

21 Jan
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Trade truce sees investor sentiment soar in Germany

German economic sentiment has surged to a near five-year high, research published on Tuesday showed, as trade tensions between China and the US began to thaw.

21 Jan
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UK employment rate hits record high

The UK employment rate has hit another fresh high, official data showed on Tuesday, after a boom in the number of women in work.

16 Jan
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Improved political outlook boosts housing market - RICS

Greater political clarity following December’s general election has helped boost sentiment across the UK’s property market, a key survey showed on Thursday.

15 Jan
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UK house prices gather pace - ONS

Prices in the UK housing market gathered pace in the build-up to the general election, with those in the capital ticking upwards for the first time after nearly two years of weak growth.

15 Jan
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IAG lodges complaint with EU over Flybe rescue

British Airways owner IAG has complained to the European Union about the UK government’s decision to rescue struggling regional carrier Flybe.

15 Jan
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Jeff Bezos to invest $1bn in Indian companies

Jeff Bezos, the billionaire founder of Amazon, has unveiled a $1. 0bn investment to help small Indian businesses digitalise.

15 Jan
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Inflation slows to lowest level for three years

Inflation eased to a three-year low in December, fuelling speculation that the Bank of England could move to cut interest rates later this month.

14 Jan
Lekoil shares crash after it confirms alleged fraud

Shares in Lekoil collapsed on Tuesday after the oil and gas company confirmed it had been the victim of an alleged fraud concerning a fake $184m loan.

14 Jan
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PSA-owned Opel to shed up to 2,100 jobs

Opel is to cut up to 2,100 jobs, the German car brand confirmed on Tuesday, as it battles 'ever-stricter' emissions regulations.

14 Jan
PM formally rejects calls for second referendum on Scottish independence

The prime minister Boris Johnson has formally rejected calls by the Scottish National Party for a second independence referendum.

14 Jan
BlackRock pledges to put climate first as it flags 'fundamental reshaping' of finance

BlackRock, the world’s biggest asset manager, has pledged to put the climate at the heart of its investment strategy, including shunning some coal miners.

14 Jan
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China reports surge in exports ahead of crucial trade deal

China’s exports grew for the first time in five months in December, official data showed on Tuesday, comfortably beating expectations.