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Stocks fell after reports showed an unexpected slump in Chinese exports and slower growth in Japan than economists had projected.
And five of Europe’s largest lenders face up to another €10 billion in litigation costs in the next two years.
And WPP chief executive Sir Martin Sorrell has received shares worth almost £23 million as part of the advertising giant’s long-term incentive scheme.
And Poland, Hungary, the Czech Republic and Slovakia have urged the US Congress to help them buy American natural gas.
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US labour report seen as supporting Federal Reserve's current pace of stimulus 'tapering'.
Saving into an ISA or individual savings account is like putting your money in storage. You have up to three boxes you can use: a cash ISA, stocks and shares ISA and a junior ISA.
Angry savers gathered outside the Bank of England to protest about low savings rates they say have damaged, rather than helped, the economy.
Interest rates have been held at an historic low for five years contributing to a a vicious squeeze on savers.
Paul Niven to take over reins of flagship £2 billion trust on 1 July.
UK Special Situations fund manager to be temporarily replaced by co manager Roland Arnold
Green energy and infrastructure just two of the alternative sectors popular with the income-starved
The 126-year old trust is working on registering companies in England ahead of the Scottish referendum on independence in September.
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And Britain might have to endure an extra year of austerity before its public finance is balanced.
The S&P 500 registered yet another record high on upbeat jobless claims data and the European Central Bank's move to keep rates unchanged.
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