The chances of one ending up in your pocket are as tiny as the etchings, but curious shoppers can start by checking the serial number: they all start with the same seven digits, reading 'AM32 885'.
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More than 2.5 million new cars have been purchased in 2016 so far. It's the first time this landmark figure has been achieved by the eleventh month of the year in recorded history.
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The FTSE 100 index was down 12.5 points at 6,735.0, little changed from the opening bell.
Monte dei Paschi requires a €5billion bailout as early as this weekend but its private sector options have dried up since Italy's PM Renzi announced he would resign.
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Serious collectors are willing to pay around £800 to £1,000 for the most iconic mobile phones but you can still make money even if your phone isn't that old with the iPhone 7 Plus going for £618.
Brentwood in Essex saw average property prices increase by 16 per cent in a year, compared to an 11 per cent increase for properties in London, new research reveals.
As markets swung wildly following Sunday’s referendum vote, senior bankers held emergency talks to save Monte dei Paschi di Siena, which is crippled with £25.5bn of bad debt.
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Shoppers buying more food also gave a boost to the figures, although sales of clothes, home accessories and jewellery declined.
In an alarming vision for workers, Mark Carney warned many UK jobs would be 'hollowed out' as huge technological advances meant roles could be automated instead.
Speaking at Liverpool John Moores University, Mark Carney, who earns £874,000 a year, said how globalisation meant ‘the superstar and the lucky’ thrive while others struggle.
Employers described their ultimate red flags on Reddit, and aside from showing up on time and dressing the part, job-seekers would be well advised to leave their smart phone at home.
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The euro fell to its lowest point for 20 months today after the Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi said he would resign after a referendum voted against constitutional reform.
The luxury car maker, which sells 95 per cent of its cars outside its home country, gained nearly 3 per cent in early trading in Milan to give it a value of £8.5bn.
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