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The department store chain John Lewis warns pension costs will hit its profits this year.
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House price inflation across the UK is now likely to hit 6% this year, according to the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (Rics).
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Union workers for Hyundai Motor vote to strike on Thursday after being unable to reach a deal in wage talks.
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The FTSE 100 index was almost 1% lower in early trade, with supermarket Morrisons among the biggest fallers.
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The retailer Next sets out the effect it thinks the government's National Living Wage will have on its prices by 2020.
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Supermarket chain Morrisons is to close 11 stores with the potential loss of 900 jobs as part of its plans to turn the company's fortunes around.
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Sharply rising food prices in China pushed up inflation to a one-year high in the world's second largest economy.
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Chinese Premier Li Keqiang says the country is on track to meet all its economic targets this year despite fears of a deepening slowdown.
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The San Gabriel Valley in Los Angeles is dominated by Chinese businesses - but economic uncertainty in China is a big threat.
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Markets in Asia moved mostly into negative territory on Thursday after New York closed lower after a drop in Apple shares
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Brazil has lost its investment-grade credit rating following a downgrade by Standard & Poor's to "junk" status.
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Bosnian businesses mending past tensions
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France plans for expanded Euro 2016 football championship
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The nine people who determine the UK's interest rates
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Sir Vince Cable has criticised government reforms of trade union laws as provocative, unnecessary, vindictive and ideologically driven.
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Apple chief Tim Cook unveils a large new iPad Pro, an updated Apple TV set-top box and two updated iPhones.
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Apple unveils a larger iPad, an app-centric TV set-top box and new iPhones at a launch event in San Francisco.
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Union protests against 'Victorian' work practices fail to unseat Sports Direct founder Mike Ashley from the retailer's board.
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The supermarket chain Morrisons agrees to sell its 140 M local convenience stores for about £25m.
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The UK manufacturing sector had a weak month in July, according to official figures.
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The number of homes sold under the government's Help to Buy scheme hit a record during the month of June, figures show.
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The former head of BP, Lord Browne, says the relationship between business and society is becoming "more and more dangerous".
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Lufthansa has cancelled 1,000 flights affecting 140,000 travellers on the second day of its pilot's strike in a continuing dispute.
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The Department for Transport releases its list of the most crowded trains in England and Wales for 2014, with a service to Manchester Airport topping the rankings.
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Taxpayers trying to call HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) can be kept waiting for more than three-quarters of an hour, Citizens Advice is claiming.
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