RBS makes £400m provision for forex probe

Part-nationailised bank still manages £1.27bn pre-tax profit

SuperGroup blames weather for profit warning

Forecast downgrade echoes those of other retailers

Men earn more if parents have degrees

Report finds qualifications, or lack of them, directly affect earnings

Nikkei hits 7 year high on BoJ boost

Dollar jumps above Y111 and gold slumps

Russia and Ukraine reach gas deal

Agreement forestalls potential winter energy crisis for Europe

BNP Paribas returns to profit

French lender reports 10.6% rise in net income

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Greater Manchester to get new powers

‘Metro mayor’ and more say on schools and housing in package

StanChart faces US sanctions probe

US investigates whether transactions were concealed

Citigroup takes $600m hit on legal charge

Unforeseen bill cuts third quarter result from $3.4bn to $2.8bn

Poll predicts Scottish wipeout for Labour

Mori suggests party could lose almost all of its 41 seats

Australian betting market off to the races

Foreign players piling in to A$22bn bookmaking industry

Comment and Analysis

Good news with bad and ugly for Barclays

Investment bank performs poorly and forex woes persist

US real GDP growth

GDP takeaways: It could be as good as it gets

Takeaways from the strong US growth figures

WASHINGTON, DC - SEPTEMBER 29: An American flag waves outside the United States Capitol building as Congress remains gridlocked over legislation to continue funding the federal government September 29, 2013 in Washington, DC. The House of Representatives passed a continuing resolution with language to defund U.S. President Barack Obama's national health care plan yesterday, but Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid has indicated the U.S. Senate will not consider the legislation as passed by the House. (Photo by Win McNamee/Getty Images)
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US billionaires beat campaign cash rules

‘Common good’ proves to be malleable concept

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