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Unions are close to agreeing a deal with Tata Steel which would keep the Port Talbot works open along with other UK plants, BBC Wales understands.
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US President-elect Donald Trump tweets criticism of China's monetary and South China Sea policies.
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Doom-mongers?
05 Dec 2016 1:09:48
Were the official GDP forecasts from the Office for Budget Responsibility too gloomy?
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The UK's key service sector grew at its fastest pace since January last month, according to a closely watched survey.
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Royal Bank of Scotland has reached a deal with three of five shareholder groups who allege they were misled over the bank's £12bn fund raising in 2008.
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The London stock market rises in early trade, despite fears that the Italian referendum result could hit shares.
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A unit of Li Ka-shing's conglomerate has made a $5.4bn takeover offer for Australian energy firm Duet Group.
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A link between the Shenzhen and Hong Kong stock exchanges starts up.
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Cross-border share trading between Shenzhen and Hong Kong gets underway after a one-year delay.
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Households with fire-prone tumble dryers still face "unacceptable" delays for repairs, a consumer group says.
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The number of agency workers is set to reach one million by 2020, the Resolution Foundation says.
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Sleeping on toilet floors
05 Dec 2016 0:03:06
How Chris Gardner went from sleeping rough with his young son on the floor of a public toilet to the life of a multi-millionaire investor.
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Debt concerns at Christmas can be alleviated by seeking advice before the bills come in, a charity suggests.
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The euro falls sharply against the dollar after the Italian prime minister announces his resignation.
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Rural Indians are being forced to barter for groceries after the government withdrew larger banknotes.
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China's tech giants are backing sophisticated bike hire as a solution to the country's congested roads.
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Venezuela is issuing higher-value notes to help alleviate the problem of soaring inflation.
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Supermarket Iceland says talks with the Icelandic government over a trademark dispute have failed.
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Apple acknowledges plans to build a self-driving car for the first time in a letter to US transport regulators.
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The tax affairs of football manager Jose Mourinho should be investigated by UK officials, an MP says.
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Langley Steinert, the co-founder of TripAdvisor, shares the business advice he has learned.
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Inflexible friend
04 Dec 2016 0:49:53
The boss of Barclaycard says the plastic credit card is being replaced with new technology, so soon we will need nothing to make a payment.
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The plastic credit card is being replaced by invisible payments, the boss of Barclaycard says.
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Israella Kafui-Mansu gives the BBC a guided tour of her organic beauty business.
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BBC News visits a travel company using DNA testing to challenge its own workplace culture.
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