RBS makes £400m provision for forex probe

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

UK to repay part of perpetual war loans

Government to redeem £218m in 4% Consol issued in 1927

IAG raises 2014 profit target

British Airways’ parent benefits from rivals’ problems

Eurozone inflation edges up in October

Figure remains well below the ECB’s policy target

Nikkei hits 7 year high on BoJ boost

Global stocks rally, dollar jumps, yen and gold slump

Hungary abandons plan for internet tax

Orbán’s announcement follows demonstrations against government

Poll predicts Scottish wipeout for Labour

Mori suggests party could lose almost all of its 41 seats

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Lapid vetoed spending on settlements

Israeli finance minister refused funding that would inflame tensions

Sony to pull back from China mobile market

Move aims to fix smartphones business after $1.2bn quarterly loss

WPP revenues beat forecasts

World’s largest advertising group warns of tough year ahead

Warm weather to hurt SuperGroup profits

Clothing retailer’s new chief executive rules out discounting

Comment and Analysis

Markets wobble as policy crutches removed

Stronger growth needed for markets to stand on their own feet

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The party is ending for Latin America

The region is looking at a slowdown, but things could be worse, says John Paul Rathbone

Good news with bad and ugly for Barclays

Investment bank performs poorly and forex woes persist

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