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Bank of America Merrill Lynch fined £35m by UK watchdog

Bank of America Merrill Lynch sanctioned for failing to report £69m in transactions.

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Arqiva: Broadcast and mobile mast company to launch biggest UK stock market listing of 2017

The listing is expected to value the company – which is currently owned by private equity – at around £6bn including the debt it has on its balance sheet

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2018 Ford Mustang GT Performance Pack Level 2

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Ford Turns Up The 2018 Mustang GT To Level 2

Ford cranks up the grip to cut lap times with the new performance pack level 2 for the 2018 Mustang GT

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Japan's Kobe Steel considering withdrawing its full year earnings forecast: Kyodo

TOKYO (Reuters) - Kobe Steel Ltd is considering withdrawing its earnings forecast for this fiscal year as it struggles to quantify the impact of its data falsification scandal, Kyodo reported on Monday.

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Catalonia crisis lifts the pound against the euro; Nikkei 225 buoyed by Japanese PM's landslide victory

Japanese stocks were boosted overnight by prime minister Shinzo Abe securing a landslide victory in the country's snap election, extending the Nikkei 225's winning streak to an incredible 15 days.

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HelloFresh aims for €1.5bn IPO valuation

The healthy meal-kit startup is looking to raise up to €311m to expand its business

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TV tower firm Arqiva eyes £6bn UK listing

The UK's largest owner of broadcasting masts, Arqiva, plans to float on the London Stock Exchange.

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Britons should consider long-haul winter holidays for better exchange rates, says report

Top 12 destinations where the pound has improved include Argentina, Japan and the Seychelles

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Spire shares soar on Mediclinic bid rejection

Private hospital chain Spire shares jump on news of a rejected bid from South Africa's Mediclinic.

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China lifts ban on stinky cheese

Import ban on Roquefort, Brie, Danish Blue, Gorgonzola and Stilton to be lifted immediately.

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Toshiba forecasts loss due to tax hit on chip sale

The Japanese firm agreed last month to sell its chip unit to cover heavy losses at its US nuclear unit.

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Brexit: UK business leaders demand swift transition deal

Five of the UK's biggest business lobby groups call for a transition period to match current trading agreements as closely as possible

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Petrol stations to be required to install electric charging points, according to government plans

Britain investing more than £1.2bn in electric and to create a market the Government estimates could be worth £50bn by 2035

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Bitcoin 'boom' failing to attract big name investors

Mainstream investors view bitcoin as too opaque and volatile

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Grenfell Tower fire: UK insurers consider raising premiums on high rise tower blocks

Renewals, many of which fall due in Jan or April 2018, will give firms a chance to adjust prices

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Capitalism 'has been broken', top UK business leaders warn

Former minister, Baroness Shriti Vadera, who is now chairwoman of Santander UK, said that 'the underlying promise of western capitalist economies [...] has been broken'

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Council bottlenecks add almost two years to time it takes for a home to be built

Cutbacks in local authority planning departments are contributing to bottlenecks which are adding almost two years to the time it takes to get a house built, according to new research.

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Dutch health technology firm Philips posts 12% rise in third-quarter profit

Dutch health technology company Philips said Monday its core profits in the third quarter rose 12 percent to $626.11 million.

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Boeing, Mitsubishi Heavy reach deal to cut costs of 787 wing production

(Reuters) - Boeing Co and Japan's Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Ltd (MHI) said on Monday they had agreed on steps to reduce the cost of producing the wings of the 787 Dreamliner.

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The Blockchain of Food

How to initiate, gain adoption and run a “Blockchain of Food” in the food supply chain.

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Target gears up for holidays with free shipping and gifts under $15

NEW YORK (Reuters) - Target Corp said on Monday it would start free shipping beginning in November and that most of its holiday assortment had been priced at under $15, as the retailer gets ready to take on Amazon.com and Wal-Mart in the most crucial shop

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Big money stays away from booming bitcoin

LONDON (Reuters) - Bitcoin is booming, digital currency hedge funds are sprouting at the rate of two a week and the value of all cryptocurrencies has surged tenfold this year to more than $170 billion.

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Craft beer boom pushes number of UK breweries past 2,000

More than 300 brewers opened in 2016, in reversal of much-criticised consolidation of beer trade over past 70 yearsMore than 300 new breweries were launched in the UK last year as a boom in craft beer sales encouraged startups with specialist offers rangi

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U.S. Midwest oil refiners boost output, cut region's dependence on Gulf Coast

NEW YORK (Reuters) - U.S. refineries from Ohio to Minnesota are capitalizing on access to cheap crude from Western Canada and North Dakota oilfields, helping their region break a historic dependence on fuel from the Gulf Coast while redrawing oil trade ma

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Rolls-Royce And Google Partner To Create Smarter, Autonomous Ships Based On AI And Machine Learning

Rolls-Royce marine has partnered with Google Cloud to apply neural net and machine learning technology to shipping. Their grand plan is to have a fully autonomous ship at sea by 2020, but the technology will also drive safety and efficiency improvements a

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Public 'backs ban on long unpaid internships'

Most respondents to a survey said no-one should have to work for more than four weeks without pay.

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