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Jaguar Land Rover has opened its first full overseas manufacturing plant - in China. The first model to be built there is the award-winning Range Rover Evoque.
Shares enjoyed a much-needed rally today on reports of plans for wider stimulus measures in the eurozone and well-received economic data from China.
The increase in the monthly deficit will hinder any pre-election sweeteners from the Chancellor in the last Budget this December before the General Election in May 2015.
Stocks were excited by a news report suggesting the ECB is considering buying corporate bonds as it attempts to fight deflationary pressures and revitalise the struggling Eurozone economy.
Top ten online scams - and how fraudsters stole a victim's money and conned his Facebook friends too
The ten biggest online scams lost victims across the country £670million over the last year – and this figure is likely to be far higher due to unreported cases.
It is always best to be positioned in a stock before it becomes the subject of takeover rumours, says leading fund manager Mark Slater. He reveals six shares he likes and explains why.
Tesco sales were down 3.6%, while itss market share slumped to 28.8%, down from 30.1 per cent a year earlier, although the decline was the weakest since June.
A clutch of luxury vehicles dominate the list of vehicles most likely to have to claim for suspension damage triggered by Britain's crumbling roads, research has revealed.
The firm said it was in talks with Greene King after it increased what is being billed as a merger proposal to 109.5p a share from 100p.
Private banking is usually the reserve of the six-figure salary club. But Investec has a new private banking account for those on a salary of £75,000. Is it worth taking out?
The US tech giant reported a 16 per cent jump in iPhone sales between July and September, and the strongest growth in Mac computer shipments in years.
Hamish Mitchell Cotts and his family are among those featured in a BBC documentary into Britain's eating habits. Here, the 63-year-old invites KATHRYN KNIGHT to the dinner table.
The Local Business Lending Partnership scheme, which enables UK authorities to invest in start-ups and SMEs in their area for a return.
The retailer's pre-tax profits were down to £46.9million in the year to 31 August, with growth of 35 per cent in revenues in its key UK market, down from £54.7million in 2012-13.
Over-55s in record £1billion equity raid on their homes: Older people taking advantage of booming house prices help figure surge by 20% this year
An unprecedented £1billion was released from properties by the over-55s in the first nine months of the year, an increase of 20 per cent on last year.
One in four shoppers have faced problems with online deliveries in the past 12 months, with millions having to put up with late deliveries, no shows and damaged goods, research reveals.
It was only when something went wrong that Linda Harrison found out one of her home's guarantees wasn't worth a thing.
Executives in Korea, the grocer’s biggest market outside the UK, have been told not to leave the country, heaping further pressure on chief executive Dave Lewis.
Britons suffer ‘a huge detriment’ compared with people in other countries because of the high cost of housing, Horta-Osorio is set to say.
Sir Jon Cunliffe, the central bank’s deputy governor for financial stability, said that while shareholders have suffered since the crash, salaries and bonuses are still too high.
- Annonce d'arrêt de Grande Chambre dans l'affaire Mocanu et autres c. Roumanie
- Forthcoming Grand Chamber judgment in the case of Mocanu and others v. Romania
- Arrêt Firth et autres c. R-U - affaires de suivi concernant le droit de vote des détenus
- Judgment Firth and Others v. the UK - follow-up prisoner voting cases
- Grand Chamber judgment Fernandez Martinez v. Spain - Decision not to renew the contract, as religious education teacher, of a Catholic priest who was married, was legitimate and proportionate