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Goldman boss signals Brexit shift to Frankfurt in tweet
There is further evidence of growing frustration with the pace of Brexit talks in a tweet by one of the most powerful bankers in the United States.
UK retail sales slip in September as prices rise
Retail sales went into reverse last month as prices rose in a sign of uncertain consumer demand ahead of a possible interest rate rise.
UK banks linked to money laundering in South Africa
British banks HSBC and Standard Chartered may have been used as conduits for money-laundering in South Africa, a former Cabinet minister has suggested.
30 years on: How Black Monday stunned markets - and could it happen again?
On this day, 30 years ago, stock markets around the world suffered a collective heart attack.
Low pay 'endemic' as workers struggle to progress, says study
Low pay is "endemic" in the UK with few workers managing to progress into better paid jobs, according to a new study.
Barclay twins to land £200m windfall from Shop Direct deal
The owners of The Daily Telegraph are to pay themselves a dividend of more than £200m from a refinancing of their retail empire, months after abandoning an auction of the business.
Xavier Rolet to step down as boss of London Stock Exchange Group
The owner of the London Stock Exchange is looking for a new boss after announcing that chief executive Xavier Rolet will step down by the end of next year.
China posts robust economic growth in third quarter
China has reported robust growth for the third quarter buoyed by strong retail spending and exports.
Interserve shares slump nearly 40% on fresh profit alert
Shares in crisis-hit construction and support services company Interserve have plunged by nearly two-fifths after it issued a fresh profit warning.
Real-term pay falls for sixth month in a row, reports ONS
British workers have now been squeezed by six months of falling real-term wages, official figures show.