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Brexit deal acceptable, says top Barclays banker

Sir Ian Cheshire, chairman of Barclays' UK operations, says business leaders want to see certainty.

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China economy: Third quarter growth misses expectations

The world's second largest economy is battling a trade war with the US and slowing domestic demand.

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Savile Row in firing line as US tariffs hit the UK

British luxury goods are targeted by the US as new taxes on exports take effect.

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Global investors taking risks for higher returns, says IMF

In its latest economic assessments, the IMF says risks to global financial stability remain high.

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The UK cities where rent is rising the fastest

New research reveals a geographical split in how the cost of renting a UK home has changed in a year.

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Criminals 'could exploit' no-deal Brexit gaps

With two weeks to go, the National Audit Office warns governments and firms are not fully prepared.

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HS2 must be built in full, say the CBI's regional heads

The call by regional heads of the CBI business lobby comes amid worries HS2 could be scaled back.

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UK jobs market 'shows signs of slowing'

The unemployment rate rises unexpectedly to 3.9% between June and August.

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Budget date revealed by chancellor Sajid Javid

Sajid Javid says it will be the UK's first Budget after leaving the EU.

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Nobel economics prize winner: I want to inspire women

Esther Duflo, who won the prize as part of a team of three, is only the second woman since 1969 to win.

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Labour's nationalisation price tag would start at £196bn, CBI says

The CBI employers' group claims Labour's plans would cost the combined health and education budgets.

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Trump optimistic about US-China trade talks

Markets have edged higher amid renewed optimism over the talks, despite diplomatic tensions.

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'The devil's excrement': How did oil become so important?

What would it take to overturn the world's dependency on oil?

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The farmers who worry about our phone batteries

Lithium is being mined in Chile to make batteries, but at what cost to the local environment?

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The town battling the High Street blues

Stockton-on-Tees has made great efforts to regenerate its town centre, but with mixed results.

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What is the UK's GDP?

A basic guide to how the economy is measured and what that calculation is used for.

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Why smartphones are no longer driving the search for 'blue gold'

Despite mine closures, human rights abuses and price crashes, cobalt may still have an electrifying future.

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Exchange rates: Why has the value of the pound jumped?

A simple guide to how currency is valued and what it means for your finances.

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Yuan fall: Why is China's currency getting weaker?

A drop in the value of the yuan poses far-reaching consequences for markets and the US-China trade war.

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US-China trade war: 'We're all paying for this'

The US-China trade war is costing jobs and pushing up prices, say firms on both sides of the Pacific.

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How Japan's trade row with South Korea could hit tech supplies

A trade row between Japan and South Korea could pose a threat to supplies of smartphones and devices.

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World Trade: Is Trump undermining a key dispute court?

The US government has been blocking the appointment of judge to a key international trade court, we ask why?

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'I lost £4,000 in a call centre scam'

Doug Varey was offered security software which turned out to be a frightening and costly scam.

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Syrians in Brazil: 'I am not a millionaire, but I will be'

Two Syrian refugee chefs hope their food businesses will make them millionaires in Brazil.

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BA passengers: Cabin fumes affected our health

Passengers on a British Airways flight that filled with smoke mid-air say they're still having breathing difficulties two months on.

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My way to stop boardroom infighting

CEO Gordon Wilson says his way to stop execs infighting is for people to open up about themselves.

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Staff back at work in former Thomas Cook shops

Former Thomas Cook staff go back to work in their travel shops.

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Turning Paris's underground car parks into mushrooms farms

Paris is renovating many of its underground car parks and some are now growing mushrooms.

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