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US stocks swung to a higher close in the wake of the European Central Bank's announcement it plans to buy €60bn ($68.1bn) of bonds a month.
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Ten former McDonald's workers file suit against the fast-food chain in federal court in Virginia, alleging racial discrimination.
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Barclays Bank apologises for interruptions to its online and telephone banking services, saying it is looking into the issues on an urgent basis.
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The billionaire investor George Soros has warned that the aggressive stimulus policy rolled-out by the European Central Bank could "reinforce inequality" in the EU.
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Swiss fear long hangover as ECB injects cash
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A Monmouthshire farmer decides to sell all his dairy cows and turn to beef farming because of the falling price of milk.
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George Osborne said that the quantitative easing from the European Central Bank "can help but it is not by itself enough".
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Former European Commission president, Jose-Manuel Barroso, says he 'used blackmail' to get more female commissioners.
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BBC News explains the concept of quantitative easing - in 70 seconds.
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The European Central Bank announces it will inject billions of euros into the ailing eurozone economy by means of a huge bond-buying programme.
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The head of the International Olympic Committee says any country bidding to host the Games must make a commitment to "non-discrimination".
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London Mayor Boris Johnson settles US capital gains tax bill he had described as "absolutely outrageous".
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J.P. Morgan Asset Management's Stephanie Flanders explains why quantative easing has to be believed to be seen.
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Consumer borrowing hit a near seven-year high in November, mainly as a result of new car sales, Bank of England figures show.
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UK government borrowing rose to £13.1bn in December, official figures show, largely as a result of a £2.9bn payment to the European Commission budget.
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Pop star Rihanna wins legal battle against high street store Topshop over a T-shirt bearing her image.
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The FTSE 100 opens higher as investors await news of an expected eurozone stimulus package, while Royal Mail shares rise after its latest trading update.
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Balfour Beatty says it expects profits for 2014 to be £70m lower at its construction business due to problems with contracts.
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South Korean automaker Hyundai reports a 15% in annual profits
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Plans for a new ground for Cambridge United are shelved, with the club to remain at a redeveloped R Costings Abbey Stadium.
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Royal Mail says it delivered 120 million parcels during December, a rise of 4% on a year earlier.
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The World Economic Forum at Davos finds cyber security one of the biggest challenges facing chief executives and political leaders around the world.
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The story of how one entrepreneur's personal drive for fitness lead to a whole new business selling fresh juice.
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Japanese shares are down as investors await the outcome of the European Central Bank's (ECB) monetary policy meeting later on Thursday.
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