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Business secretary Vince Cable says the UK's loss of its its AAA credit rating is "largely symbolic" and there are "positive" signs for the economy.
Apple drops a planned vote of shareholders after a US judge blocked the move in an ongoing spat over what to do with the tech giant's huge cash pile.
Labour attacks the government's economic policy after the UK lost its AAA credit rating, but the coalition says it is "making progress".
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Up to £645m in forgotten funds in bank accounts has been returned in the past five years, a tracing service run by the financial industry says.
Details have been released of the £14,000-a-night hotel suite at Le Bristol hotel in Paris, where David Beckham will live for five months while playing for Paris St-Germain.
Three military charities are to share £1.3m from fines imposed on banks that had rigged interest rates, Chancellor George Osborne announces.
The UK has lost its top AAA credit rating for the first time since 1978 on expectations that growth will "remain sluggish over the next few years".
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The UK loses its top AAA credit rating for the first time since 1978, with Chancellor George Osborne saying it will not weaken his "resolve" on the deficit.
London's leading shares rebound in Friday morning trading after gains overnight on Asian markets.
The Bank of England is in negotiations with its Chinese counterpart on a currency-swap deal likely to boost trade between the UK and China in the yuan.
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The number of workers saving in an occupational pension has continued to fall, with fewer than half in scheme, official figures show.
Growing amounts of individuals' financial data are being used to assess loans applications, and credit agencies are seeking more deals with utility firms to access customer information.
The government's multi-billion-pound programme to help the long-term unemployed back into work is branded "extremely poor" by MPs.
Boeing is expected to offer ways to fix the 787's battery problems at a meeting with the US Federal Aviation Administration on Friday.