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Soft drinks firm AG Barr reports a 1.1% fall in sales amid a "competitive and volatile" market.
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People living in the Scottish Borders see the fastest rise in disposable incomes of anywhere in the UK, according to new figures from the ONS.
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The EU and Switzerland have signed an agreement to prevent EU residents from hiding money in Swiss banks, the European Commission says.
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The Queen's Speech outlines a bill that plans to cut red tape, potentially saving British business at least £10bn.
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Shares in Aer Lingus rise 3% in the wake of the Irish government's agreement to sell its 25% stake to IAG, the owner of British Airways.
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Future increases in the income tax personal allowance will be linked to rises in the national minimum wage, the government announces.
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The FTSE 100 rises in early trade, with shares in Imperial Tobacco leading the way after it closes in on the purchase of four cigarette brands.
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Banknote printer De La Rue sees its shares lose 10% after reporting a fall in profits and a cut in the payout to shareholders.
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South Korea's Hyundai becomes the first carmaker to offer Google's Android Auto system in its Sonata model.
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Asian markets opened lower after losses in European and US shares as worries about Greece's debt default and higher US interest rates weighed on investor sentiment.
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China outlines a plan to boost the capability of its navy amid tension over disputed areas of the South China Sea.
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The US Air Force clears billionaire Elon Musk's SpaceX to launch military and spy satellites.
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How will the new Right to Buy actually work?
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How tough will the new voting rules be?
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A former Petrobras executive was sentenced in Brazil to five years in prison for money laundering.
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School children these days no longer just have to learn traditional subjects such as English, Maths or Sciences. They are also expected to acquire computer skills and in some cases, programming knowledge.
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Hong Kong kids get private lessons
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The Irish government agrees to sell its 25% stake in Aer Lingus to IAG, the owner of British Airways.
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Deutsche Bank is paying $55m (£36m) to settle civil charges by US regulators for allegedly mis-stating financial reports.
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The number of people falling victim to identity theft in the UK rises by almost a third in the first three months of 2015, figures from fraud prevention agency Cifas show.
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India's Tata Motors posts a 15% rise in pre-tax profit for the year to the end of March, with profits also up at its Jaguar Land Rover division.
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Three men are facing fines of nearly £80m from the City regulator for misleading thousands of investors into buying so-called "death bonds".
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In her first major economic speech since the general election Nicola Sturgeon condemns the "scale and speed" of spending cuts planned by the UK government.
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Retail sales growth accelerated strongly in the year to May, according to a survey from the CBI.
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China's yuan has strengthened over the past year to its correct value, according to the International Monetary Fund.
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