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London's leading shares head lower in early Tuesday trading, with mining stocks the biggest losers.
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The head of Bangladesh's central bank resigns after cyber-thieves stole more than $100m from the country's foreign currency reserves.
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Eurostar says a strong pound, the Paris attacks in November and disruptions have contributed to a drop in profits.
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Sainsbury's has reported the first rise in sales in two years as it continued to cut back on multi-buy promotions and lowered prices on everyday grocery items.
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Climate laws will be tightened to cut carbon emissions effectively to zero, the government says.
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Sony is paying Michael Jackson's estate $750m (£526m) for the late pop star's share of a joint music venture that it does not already own.
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The government should give some women early access to their state pension if they accept lower weekly payments, a committee of MPs recommends.
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The brand behind the struggling Australian electronics retail stores Dick Smith has been scooped up by online retail entrepreneur Ruslan Kogan.
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Investors in Asia were trading with caution on Tuesday ahead of a US Federal Reserve meeting on Wednesday and amid a fall in oil prices.
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The cost of sending one and two-year-olds to nursery may have to increase substantially when free childcare for older children doubles, nurseries tell the Victoria Derbyshire programme.
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Around 90% of American television animation is estimated to be co-produced in Asia. Russell Trott reports on why the industry is so successful.
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The HS3 rail link needs 'kick-starting' as part of a broader plan to improve transport links in northern England, a report concludes.
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The Chinese finishing school teaching etiquette
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What are the long term prospects for China's first finishing school - a business teaching Western manners in the East?
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Britain's biggest business lobbying group says that 80% of its members surveyed want the UK to stay in the EU.
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The apps that make it easier to get to the gym
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The cosmetics company Avon plans to move its headquarters to the UK and cut 2,500 jobs worldwide as part of a turnaround plan.
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Farmers in Brussels sprayed milk outside a meeting of EU agriculture ministers, in a protest calling for more market regulations.
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Extinguishing Indonesia's forest fires
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Meet the newly discovered dinosaur that could hold the evolutionary key to how T-rex became such a giant.
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A newly discovered species of tyrannosaur reveals clue to T-Rex's great size, according to scientists.
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Investor Bill Gross can move forward with a lawsuit against his former company, Pimco, a judge ruled.
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The boss of Fastjet is stepping down two weeks after the African budget airline's major shareholder Sir Stelios Haji-Ioannou called for his immediate dismissal.
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The shortlist for the 2016 Wellcome Book Prize, which recognises books about health or illness, has been revealed.
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A consultation on plans to halve air passenger duty (APD) on flights from Scottish airports has been launched.
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