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Missed George Osborne's budget announcement? Fear not, here are some of the key points condensed into 70 seconds of video.
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The US Federal Reserve has decided to keep interest rates at between 0.25% and 0.5% but halves the number of possible rate rises this year to two.
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How will the chancellor reach his target of a budget surplus?
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Scientists say a strange worm-like fossil with mysterious origins is actually the ancestor of living fish.
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The Chancellor was accused by greens of promising a Budget for the next generation whilst doing too little to combat climate change.
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Small businesses are the clear winners from Chancellor George Osborne's eighth Budget.
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Small businesses welcome what they say are long overdue reforms to tax policy, as the chancellor doubles business rate relief.
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Delivering his third Budget in a year, Chancellor George Osborne found room to announce a series of new plans that will affect your finances.
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The chancellor is forecasting a larger surplus by the end of the Parliament. Until then, he will borrow more and plan for big tax cheques arriving by the next election.
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Changes to Capital Gains Tax (CGT) and National Insurance contributions announced in the Budget will affect several million taxpayers.
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Network Rail should not be privatised but there are "options" for private investment, a report into the organisation's future concludes.
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Millions of adults under 40 will be able to use a new Individual Savings Account (Isa) to buy a home or a pension, the chancellor has announced.
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Duty on fuel will be frozen for the sixth year in a row, the chancellor announces, while duty on beer, cider and spirits is also left unchanged.
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Lawmakers in Argentina back a deal with US holdout creditors, who have been engaged in a lengthy legal battle over debts from its default in 2001.
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The UK economy is expected to grow more slowly in the next five years than had been expected in November, the Office for Budget Responsibility's latest forecast shows.
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Wall Street markets dip lower in early Wednesday trading, hours ahead of the results of a Federal Reserve meeting.
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London's benchmark share index rises, helped by a strong performance from oil companies as the price of crude climbs.
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The Money Advice Service, which has provided financial and debt advice to consumers since 2010, is to be abolished, the BBC understands.
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UK unemployment fell to 1.68 million between November and January, down 28,000 from the previous quarter, official figures show.
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It has been a busy 12 months for George Osborne, who delivered the first Conservative Budget for nearly 20 years.
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The London Stock Exchange Group (LSE) and Germany's Deutsche Boerse agree terms on a "merger of equals".
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Premier Li Keqiang says China's economic growth will stay on track, as the annual parliament ends with the approval of a new five-year plan.
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