Scottish Independence

UK inflation falls to 1.5% in August

Pressure eases on Bank of England to raise interest rates

US banks in race for Apple Pay advantage

Banks are to receive strict guidelines on advertising Apple Pay

Asos shares plunge on third warning

Online fashion retailer will boost spending to aid overseas sales

MPs call for passport fee refunds

Agency ‘making profit on a basic right’

Foreign investment into China slumps

Decline is fastest since height of financial crisis

French government faces confidence vote

Administration needs all its 289 lawmakers in lower house to vote in favour

Two UK universities ranked in top three

Cambridge and Imperial College London come in behind MIT in listings

Publicis retains Lévy as board expands

New talent recruited as chief’s succession discussions delayed

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US jets strike Isis to help Iraqi military

First attacks in direct support of Baghdad’s troops

German gloom hits Thomas Cook bookings

Shares in tour operator fall as consumer confidence drops

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British Virgin Islands under pressure

Money laundering crackdown prompts switch from BVI incorporations

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Analysts divided on what signal the deal sends about Microsoft’s plans

‘Trend-following’ funds bounce back

Computer-driven algo hedge funds have shaken off a losing streak

Russia’s challenge to an oil-hungry world

The world should heed Tony Hayward’s warning on supplies

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