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MARKET REPORT: Anglo American subsides 8 per cent as miner loses battle to expand pit in Australia - while rival Rio Tinto wins approval to extend mine in same region
The stock fell 35.65p to 400.15p as Anglo vowed to shut its Drayton coal mine in New South Wales next year after failing to win planning permission to extend it.
Investors in Shanghai’s stock market suffer heaviest losses since ‘Great fall of China’ three months ago
The Shanghai Composite Index closed down 5.5 per cent after an investigation into the country’s brokerage firms widened.
Britain’s biggest retailers left with red faces after consumers go online rather than hit shops to bag Black Friday bargains
Tesco, Argos owner Home Retail Group, and Dixons Carphone, all drafted in thousands more staff and filled their shops with a extra goods.
Sports Direct boss Mike Ashley facing run-in with City’s biggest names over his efforts to secure more influence over board of Findel
Findel has attacked an attempt by Ashley to place one of his lieutenants on its board in what one analyst has described as ‘all out war’.
ALEX BRUMMER: It is inexplicable FCA uncovered Barclays' secret ‘elephant deal’ but felt need to keep name of client involved secret
The disclosure that Qatar was the client behind the £1.9bn loan in 2011-12 at the centre of the latest Barclays scandal should not come as enormous surprise.
RUTH SUNDERLAND: Opportunities in China immense - if Britain wants to avoid becoming a backwater economy, we need to look east
Business dealings with China are controversial. But whatever one’s moral or political view, China is undeniably a land of opportunity for UK businesses – for now.
Former HSBC employee who plunged bank into crisis after blowing whistle on tax evasion by wealthy clients sentenced to five years in jail
Herve Falciani, who worked for HSBC’s Swiss private bank, was found guilty of aggravated industrial espionage following the biggest leak in banking history.
Many people will think they've bagged a bargain this Black Friday, but have they made a saving of £100,000? That's what Kahn Automobiles is offering a classic supercar buyer.
FTSE CLOSE: Footsie finishes the week on bum note as US investors return from their Thanksgiving holidays
The London market has ended the week lower after light trading in the US and steep overnight falls in China.
How will the new housing proposals issued this week change the lives of Britons?
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SMALL CAP MOVERS: Shares in no-win no-fee law firms crash after Autumn Statement; tech companies higher
NAHL, better known as National Accident Helpline, saw its share price crash to 296p from 389p. But the tech sector performed well, with Eckoh leading the way.
The average Briton buys seven used cars in their lifetime, but the chances are, no matter how painstaking the search, they end up unhappy with what they purchase.
Shoppers are set for a retail frenzy today as thousands of retailers unleash their Black Friday deals. So where are the best discounts and offers online and on the high street?
George Osborne likes to portray himself as a low-tax Conservative who lets hard-working families keep more of their own money. But this is only part of the story.
The 5.5 per cent increase in imports meant the trade deficit doubled from £7.7billion to £14.2billion quarter on quarter, the ONS second GDP estimate for the period has revealed.
The influence of financial services on the economy is spelled out again as City brokers steal top spot in this year’s official list of highest earners.
Musicians have seen pay rises averaging nearly 20 per cent in 2015, while cleaners are getting 17.8 per cent more, and window cleaners 12.3 per cent.
The company behind high street clothing chains, Peacocks, Jane Norman and Ponden Mill, has been buying chains and now has more than 1,000 shops across the UK.
The Institute for Fiscal Studies said the tax hike could put off property developers, who would see lower incentives to invest, slowing down the building of new homes.
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