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Labour leader calls bankers speculators and gamblers

Labour leader Jeremy...

Oil exporters agree to extend output curbs

The world's leading oil...

Corbyn to Morgan Stanley: 'You're right, we're a threat'

Jeremy Corbyn has issued a furious retort to Morgan Stanley after the major investment bank warned a Labour election victory could pose a bigger...

Corbyn hits back at Morgan Stanley in banker row

{$inline_image} Jeremy Corbyn has issued a furious retort to Morgan Stanley after the major investment bank warned a Labour election victory could pose a bigger...

Care homes: Public 'pay unfair fees to plug £1bn shortfall'

Care homes have been...

Bitcoin slides amid rollercoaster ride

The price of digital...

Pound goes over $1.35 on Brexit hopes

The pound broke through...

Oil production cuts extended until end of 2018

Members of the OPEC oil cartel and other nations, including Russia, have agreed to extend production cuts aimed at propping up prices until the...

UberEats boss is latest UK executive to quit

The boss of Uber's restaurant delivery service in Europe is leaving the company, the latest in a string of executives to quit in the...

Rate rise blamed as house price growth stalls

House prices grew more slowly than expected last month, according to Nationwide, as it was claimed rising interest rates have dampened demand. The figures from...

'No festive cheer' as consumers shun big buys

Consumer confidence has fallen to its lowest level since just after the Brexit vote as households shun major purchases, according to a closely-watched survey. The...

Pound at fresh two-month high on EU deal hopes

The pound has climbed to new two-month highs on hopes that the UK is nearing a divorce deal with the EU. Sterling rose by nearly...

Campaign sues Google on behalf of 5.4m Britons

Google is facing legal action launched on behalf of 5.4 million people in England and Wales over allegations it unlawfully collected their personal data. If...

Ministers fire starting gun on £5.5bn auction

Taxpayers will on Thursday take another step towards recouping money injected into the banking system during the 2008 financial crisis with the formal launch...

American Airlines 'glitch' means no Christmas pilots

An airline is facing mass Christmas disruption after accidentally allowing all its pilots holiday over the festive period. American Airlines has given holiday to hundreds...

Just Eat joins FTSE 100 as Merlin drops out

Just Eat is to be promoted to the FTSE 100 next month - its market value having soared by more than a third this...