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The administrators called in to run failed spread betting firm Alpari UK say they have received several inquiries from potential buyers.
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Asian shares traded higher on Tuesday after China's economic growth in 2014 came in above market expectations.
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China's economic growth slows to its weakest in 24 years, expanding 7.4% in 2014 compared to 7.7% in 2013.
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The International Monetary Fund has lowered its forecast for global economic growth for this year and next.
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China's economic growth slows to 7.4% last year from 7.7% in 2013, marking its slowest pace of expansion in 24 years.
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State-owned Air India announces it will be making multi-million-dollar cuts after the Indian government told it to improve its finances.
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The cost of car insurance could rise by up to 10% in the coming year, and home insurance premiums are unlikely to go any lower, according to the AA.
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Denmark cuts interest rates to prevent the krone from strengthening in the wake of the turmoil caused by Switzerland's decision to scrap the franc's peg to the euro.
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Why I've been going to Davos for seven years
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The BBC's China editor Carrie Gracie visits the north-east city of Harbin to look at the problems plaguing the world's second largest economy.
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The socioeconomic shocks following the collapse of the Soviet Union also affected the region's wildlife, a study suggests.
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How Melbourne is cashing in on the Australian Open
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What are the benefits to the Melbourne economy of hosting the first Grand Slam tennis event of 2015?
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China's property problem
19 Jan 2015 0:04:21
China's massive property sector may be its biggest risk to growth
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Over 300,000 Aussies are skirting the law to watch online content
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The American space agency's Dawn spacecraft is bearing down on Ceres, the largest object in the asteroid belt between Mars and Jupiter.
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Tesco allowed the trust of its millions of customers to be "eroded," ex-boss Sir Terry Leahy tells BBC Panorama in his first detailed comments on the crisis at the retailer.
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As Oxfam predicts that the richest 1% of the world's population will soon have more wealth than the rest, the BBC looks at who exactly is the top 1%.
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Genetic mutations that are associated with resistance to the frontline malaria drug are identified, scientists report.
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UK insurance giant Aviva says it plans to cut about 1,500 jobs by the end of 2017, following its acquisition of pensions company Friends Life.
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The company that owns Birmingham City, Birmingham International Holdings Limited, says it believes that a former employee may have "misappropriated" £2.5m.
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The Serious Fraud Office closes its investigation into the 2011 takeover of UK software firm Autonomy by computer giant Hewlett-Packard.
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A "small" number of EE customers will share a refund of roughly £1m after they were wrongly charged VAT.
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In a case of science fiction meeting reality, microscopic machines have journeyed inside a living animal for the first time.
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British Gas becomes the latest energy firm to announce a household gas price cut, promising a 5% fall in late February.
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