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UK household debt hits a record
Household debt in the UK has reached a record level, according to figures from the Bank of England.
Accounting hole hits Speedy Hire
Shares in Speedy Hire dive 16% and its chief executive resigns following the discovery of a £5m hole in its accounts.
How Europe must save 'lost generation'
Europe has been in financial crisis for years, and its young are suffering. Now, there are pleas for the region to stop being nationalistic if it is to save a lost generation of youth.
Ministers 'not seeking price freeze'
The government denies BBC reports it is seeking a commitment from energy firms to hold their prices down until 2015.
Eurozone unemployment rate falls
The eurozone's unemployment rate has fallen for the first time since early 2011, according to official data, while consumer inflation has risen slightly.
'Strong' rise in UK house prices
Prices of houses and flats have picked up strongly, according to figures from the Nationwide building society.
Parents 'to share childcare leave'
Mothers and fathers will be able to share up to a year of parental leave by April 2015, but one business group calls the plan a "nightmare".
S&P raises Spain's economic outlook
The economic outlook for Spain is improving, says ratings agency Standard and Poor's, but it downgrades its rating for the Netherlands.
Japan consumer price rises speed up
Consumer prices in Japan rise at the fastest pace in five years in October, suggesting policymakers' attempts to end years of deflation are working.
Why cars get your motor revved up
Richard Quest speaks to Dr. David Lewis about how particular designs elicit strong emotions from those that look at them.
Australia blocks GrainCorp takeover
Australia blocks US conglomerate Archer Daniels Midland's (ADM) A$3.4bn ($3.1bn; £1.8bn) takeover of GrainCorp - its biggest grain merchant.
Argentine threat over Falklands oil
Argentina threatens oil businesses operating off the Falkland Islands with prison sentences, fines and confiscation of assets.
How a Spanish winemaker went global
High Streets need 'radical action'
Africa's first start-up bus hits the road
How bees drove one firm's success
What is Black Friday anyway?
Were houses cheaper in the past?
Computers 'dream of electric sheep'
English clubs may stay in Heineken Cup
Two charged over match-fixing claims
Mortgage help scheme scaled back
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