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Money Shop owner seeks creditor backing for £18m payout pot
One of Britain's biggest short-term consumer lenders is to ring-fence an £18m compensation pot for creditors as it prepares to wind itself up following a surge in customer complaints.
Sports Direct shares slip as House of Fraser weighs on results
Shares in Mike Ashley's Sports Direct have dived more than 10% after the retailer said it had delayed the publication of its annual results.
PM charges ahead with plan to electrify embattled car-makers
Theresa May will pledge to offer new financial support for Britain's embattled automotive sector in one of her final efforts to cement an economic legacy before she leaves Downing Street.
Nomura to pay $26.5m settlement to US securities watchdog
Nomura will pay $26.5m (£21m) to settle charges in the US that it failed to properly supervise five former traders who lied to customers about mortgage bond prices.
Insurance industry irritated by Ogden rate review
Think of the name Ogden and you might think of the American poet Ogden Nash, Coronation Street's busybody Hilda Ogden and her layabout husband, Stan, or even the famous Ogden's Nut Brown Flake tobacco brand, later parodied by 60s rockers The Small Faces.
Trade war damage as China growth slows to 27-year low
China's economic growth slowed to its weakest level since 1992 in the second quarter of the year - damaged by the country's trade war with the US.
Alan Turing: WWII codebreaker revealed as new face of £50 note
World War Two codebreaker Alan Turing has been revealed as the face of the new £50 banknote.
Chief trade negotiator: UK had little influence before Brexit vote
The man in charge of leading the government's global trade negotiations has told Sky News that the UK "had very little influence on the international trade system" before voting to leave the European Union.
No technological grounds for complete Huawei ban, say MPs
There are no technological grounds to completely ban Huawei equipment from the UK's 5G infrastructure, a committee of MPs has reported, but there could be legitimate geopolitical and ethical reasons to do so.
Tech billionaire Peter Thiel urges investigation into 'seemingly treasonous' Google
Peter Thiel, a Silicon Valley billionaire and prominent supporter of Donald Trump, has suggested Google's alleged attempt to work with the Chinese military was "seemingly treasonous".