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Debt fears remain despite manifesto ‘breathing space’ plans

Pledges should bring legal backing for those in serious debt – but charities say borrowing risks persist. BBC News – Business

Sterling retreats after Manchester blast, euro steady, stocks advance

SINGAPORE (Reuters) – Sterling extended losses on Tuesday after a suspected terrorist attack killed at least 19 people and wounded 50 at a pop concert in the English city of

Wall Street extends gains as defense, tech stocks rise

(Reuters) – Wall Street extended gains in early afternoon trading on Monday, boosted by technology shares and as defense companies rose after the United States and Saudi Arabia signed a

AA calls for crackdown on sharing dashcam video

The next government is being urged to consider new rules on the sharing of dashcam footage. BBC News – Business

Asian stocks post biggest rise in a month as markets settle

HONG KONG (Reuters) – Asian stocks posted their biggest daily rise in a month on Monday following modest gains in U.S. shares, though the greenback came under renewed pressure as

Church of England fund sees ‘stellar’ returns

The Church fund made a 17.1% on its 2016 investments, more than double the 8.2% it made in 2016. BBC News – Business

Boeing signs defense, commercial deals with Saudi Arabia

DUBAI (Reuters) – Boeing Co has signed several defense and commercial deals with Saudi Arabia including for the sale of military and passenger aircraft, the company said on Sunday during

Softbank-Saudi tech fund becomes world’s biggest with $93 billion of capital

RIYADH (Reuters) – The world’s largest private equity fund, backed by Japan’s Softbank Group and Saudi Arabia’s main sovereign wealth fund, said on Saturday it had raised over $ 93

The UK’s most delayed airlines revealed

Icelandair, Air Transat and Norwegian are most likely to arrive late, according to Which? survey BBC News – Business

U.S., Saudi firms sign tens of billions of dollars of deals as Trump visits

RIYADH (Reuters) – U.S. and Saudi Arabian companies signed business deals worth tens of billions of dollars on Saturday during a visit by U.S. President Donald Trump, as Riyadh seeks

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