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US federal workers get blank payslips as shutdown drags on

US public sector workers missed their first payday of the year on Friday as anxieties about mortgage payments and unpaid bills deepened. An estimated 800,000...

Greece planning return to bond markets with or without ECB support

Greece will return to financing itself on international bond markets with or without the support of the European Central Bank's (ECB) bond-buying programme, the...

Barclays is launching contactless cash withdrawals

Barclays is rolling out contactless cash withdrawals across the UK, becoming the first British bank to allow customers to withdraw money without inserting their...

Barclays sells Spanish and Portuguese credit card business

Barclays has completed the sale of its Spanish and Portuguese credit card business as the bank charges ahead with asset disposals as part of...

IMF approves massive bailout loan to help Egyptian economy

The International Monetary Fund's executive board has approved a three-year bailout totalling 12 billion dollars to Egypt to support the country's ailing economy. The IMF...

US Fed decision to hold interest rates ‘a close call’

US Federal Reserve officials last month kept key interest rates unchanged but saw the decision as a "close call", minutes from the meeting show. Minutes...

Deutsche Bank shares dip after failure to agree deal with US authorities

Deutsche Bank shares took another tumble today after the German lender failed to reach a deal with US authorities over a multi-billion dollar fine...

Apple CEO Tim Cook pens open letter to customers following €13bn tax arrears ruling

In a 800 word letter Mr Cook accuses the European Commission of launching an effort to rewrite Apple's history in Europe, ignoring Ireland's tax...

Paddy Power Betfair records 18% growth

Paddy Power Betfair saw its revenue rise by 18% to £759m (€885m) during the six-month period to June, as its time as a combined...

IMF to grant Egypt $12bn loan to fix ailing economy

The International Monetary Fund (IMF) is to grant Egypt a $12bn loan over three years to help the country mend its ailing economy following...

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