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Tories vow to use fine to help jobless

Deutsche Bank levy will be used to fund apprenticeships

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China becomes increasingly core to Apple

Asian powerhouse is poised to become Apple’s largest market

BP profit slides 20% as oil prices plunge

Energy group remains on track to divest a further $10bn of assets

Whitbread chief to step down next year

Andy Harrison to retire as profits leap to £488m

Premier League fairy tale for Bournemouth

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Kier confirms Mouchel takeover

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A regulatory spoof

Navinder Singh Sarao faces prison for what generations of traders did before him

Why Japan is vulnerable

Foreign inflows could trigger spike in rates which would hit its banks, writes John Plender

Best comments from our readers

"A central question now is are there similar creditors to Lehman's, investors that have effectively lent hundreds of millions or even billions of dollars to Greece when they don't know they have done so and will be shocked if a default leads to losses on their investments? Few Americans know what assets they really own by owning shares in mutual funds."
By Doug Cliggott on US fears a European sequel to Lehman Brothers

"Where does HSBC think it will be able to relocate? Hong Kong? Isn't the concern about China the reason why it moved to the UK in the first place. Singapore? In the long term is that where it wants to be? New York where the regulators are even more difficult? It does not really have too many choices but to sit tight."
By Disputator on HSBC reviews future of UK headquarters

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