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Barclays boss sacked in board fall-out PDF Print E-mail
Barclays chief executive Antony Jenkins is fired after falling out with the board over the pace of the bank's cost cutting.

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'Don't let Europe split' - Greek PM PDF Print E-mail
The Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras calls on Europe to avoid division as his country risks being ejected from the euro.

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UK house prices 'hit £200,000 record' PDF Print E-mail
The average cost of properties in the UK exceeds £200,000 for the first time, according to the Halifax

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How cash crunch brought Greeks to their knees PDF Print E-mail
Living under capital controls forces Greeks to spend as little as they can, bringing the economy to a standstill.

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Planned welfare cuts 'to be slowed' PDF Print E-mail
George Osborne will slow the pace of planned welfare cuts when he presents his Budget, the BBC understands.

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How media, risky trading fueled China crash PDF Print E-mail
Read full story for latest details.

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Barclays dumps CEO Antony Jenkins PDF Print E-mail
Read full story for latest details.

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Stocks: 5 things to know before the U.S. open PDF Print E-mail
Here's what you need to know about the markets before you start your business day.

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Over half of China's stocks have stopped trading PDF Print E-mail
About 1,400 Chinese companies have elected to pull their shares after markets started on a crazy roller-coaster ride.

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Chinese shares continue to slide PDF Print E-mail
The dramatic sell-off in China's main stock market continues despite regulators' efforts to try to stem the losses.

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China stocks hammered as crash continues PDF Print E-mail
China stocks plunged in early trading on Wednesday, even as regulators struggled to contain a crisis that has wiped trillions of dollars off the country's stock indexes.

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VIDEO: Volatile China stocks continue to fall PDF Print E-mail
Chinese markets continue to fall despite the emergency measures the government introduced over the weekend to try and protect investors.

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