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Bank ready to lower rates if Brexit is disorderly
The Bank of England would potentially cut interest rates and print more money if there were a "hard" Brexit, the Bank of England governor has signalled.
HMV-owner Hilco nears deal for ailing Homebase
The investor which rescued HMV five years ago is close to striking a deal to buy Homebase, Britain's second-biggest DIY chain, that would inevitably lead to further retail sector job losses.
McLaren boss backs Liberty's Formula 1 plans
McLaren Racing's chief executive has backed Liberty Media's plans for Formula 1, amid speculation that other big names - such as Ferrari - may leave the competition.
Noel Edmonds gatecrashes Lloyds AGM
TV presenter Noel Edmonds was told "this isn't a show" as he lambasted Lloyds bosses during the bank's annual general meeting.
Deutsche Bank to cut more than 7,000 jobs
Struggling Deutsche Bank says it is to cut more than 7,000 jobs, in a move that will see staff numbers in London scaled back.
Deutsche's retreat from global investment banking
Deutsche Bank's decision to axe 7,000 jobs, many of which will be London-based, is more than just another round of cost-cutting of the kind that is being seen at banks everywhere.
Flash cash? The 'vertical' £5 and £10 notes
New £5 and £10 banknotes with a "vertical" design have been shown off, in a first for a UK bank.
US stocks fall after Trump cancels N Korea summit
US stocks have dropped sharply following Donald Trump's announcement that the summit with North Korea has been cancelled.
Some cheer for retail amid high street crisis
Retail sales bounced back last month after the so-called Beast from the East exacerbated the crisis facing the high street, according to official figures.
Guinness owner plots $1bn Goldschlager auction
Diageo, the FTSE-100 drinks giant behind Smirnoff and Guinness, has kicked off an auction of US-focused spirits brands including Goldschlager, a cinnamon schnapps it has owned for more than 20 years.