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Monte dei Paschi bailout 'not an EU fudge' says Eurogroup President Jeroen Dijsselbloem.
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Supreme Court judge Teori Zavascki was in charge of investigating corruption at state oil giant Petrobras.
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The future of thousands of free cash machines is in doubt as bankers demand a cut in the cost of running the Link network.
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Prime Minister Theresa May has had "very good, positive discussions" with big banks about how they might be encouraged to stay in the the City of London.
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Theresa May has had 'positive' discussions with banks about their future presence in London, she told the BBC.
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Tesla will not be ordered to recall its semi-autonomous cars in the US, following a fatal crash in May 2016.
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At the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, Mexico's ambassadors are busy looking for new friends.
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Energy companies have no "obvious reason" for raising standard tariffs, energy regulator Ofgem says.
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Donald Trump's choice of Treasury Secretary, Steven Mnuchin, defends his record during Capitol Hill grilling.
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A group of Swiss teens has been invited to take a virtual reality challenge at the World Economic Forum in Davos.
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A series of TV adverts featuring dancing builders and businessmen wearing hot pants prompted the most complaints last year.
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In her speech at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Theresa May warns businesses that they need to show leadership.
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The European Central Bank keeps its main interest rate unchanged at zero for another month.
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Shares in retailer Pets at Home have fallen sharply after the retailer reported 'subdued' merchandise sales.
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The operator of the UK's ATM network has said it is working hard to keep cash withdrawals free for millions of bank customers
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Fewer letters were posted and less junk mail sent in 2016 affecting Royal Mail's profits.
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Shares in Japanese conglomerate Toshiba dive as investors fear a huge loss from a US nuclear deal.
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Martin Winterkorn says he did not know about VW's emissions cheat until it became public.
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Reaction to the speech from UK prime minister Theresa May at Davos was positive, but there's still a desire for details.
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The Co-op is told to improve quotes, after failing to tell motorists about charges for no claims bonuses.
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Sir Paul McCartney takes legal action against Sony over who controls The Beatles' back catalogue.
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The prime minister says mainstream politicians must tackle a backlash against globalisation.
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When Donald Trump met Mark Lobel at his golf course in the Dubai desert, was he already planning to be president?
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Vegemite is back under Australian ownership after it is sold by US food giant Mondelez.
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19 Jan 2017 9:58:54
It's not just a courgette crisis - supplies of tomatoes, lettuce and more are hit by Europe's big freeze.
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