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Australia's Woodside Petroleum sees a 27% jump in first half profit, mainly driven by higher prices for its key product - liquefied natural gas.
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One of India's richest men, Subrata Roy, is selling off investments in an attempt to free himself from prison.
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Food import ban begins to hit Russian shoppers
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Why hundreds of thousands of people have left Ireland
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The man who says he's responsible for a million kids
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Wall Street market report
Yesterday » 1:25:46
Apple shares surged to a record high on Tuesday helping to drive shares on Wall Street up for a second consecutive day.
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A Bradford company which revamps old Citroen 2CVs says more of the cars are being sold to France.
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Former Microsoft chief executive Steve Ballmer announces he is stepping down from the board with immediate effect.
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Why India is struggling to attract tourists
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Houses in the Cotswolds are less affordable than those in London when wages are taken into account, pricing out some locals.
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More than 2,400 former Lehman Brothers bankers will have their pensions paid in full following a six-year legal battle.
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Standard Chartered fined in US
Yesterday » 8:05:20
British bank Standard Chartered has agreed to pay $300m to New York's top banking regulator for failing to improve money laundering controls.
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With Chinese households getting richer, a growing number of people are investing their cash in American real estate.
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The handset maker HTC has unveiled a new smartphone that runs a Windows Phone operating system - the first in more than two years.
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Carillion raises its offer for Balfour Beatty in a further bid to push through a merger of the two UK construction companies.
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Bulgaria suspends South Stream
Yesterday » 4:46:30
Bulgaria suspends work on the Russia-led South Stream project, a pipeline stretching across the Black Sea to southern and central Europe.
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EU sanctions prompt Russia to turn to Swiss cheese makers
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The shortlist of companies bidding to run rail networks in the north of England is announced by the government.
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Russia sees some food price rises as a ban on imported Western products starts to take effect.
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Annual house price inflation was 10.2% in the year to June, driven by a 19.3% London rise, according to the Office for National Statistics.
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A former senior trader at Rabobank has pleaded guilty to interest rate rigging in the US.
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The UK inflation rate falls more than expected in July as the cost of clothing, footwear, food and non-alcoholic drinks eases back in the month.
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Anne Francke from the Chartered Management Institute tells the BBC's Justin Rowlatt about the gender pay gap.
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UK inflation falls to 1.6%
Yesterday » 8:46:25
The UK inflation rate falls more than expected in July as the cost of clothing, footwear, food and non-alcoholic drinks eases back in the month.
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Bank of Scotland has been unfairly double billing customers who fell behind on their mortgages, a High Court judge in Belfast has ruled.
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