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Bank of America's $16 Billion Mortgage Settlement Less Painful Than It Looks
Credit Lauren Victoria Burke/Associated Press. Related Links. $16.65 Billion Mortgage Deal Nears for Bank of America (Aug. 20, 2014) · Interactive Timeline: Bank of America and the Financial Crisis · Documents on Bank of America.
Bank of America reaches record $17bn settlement  The Independent
Bank of America agrees $17 billion deal over dodgy mortgages  Times of India
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Market Report: City pulses set racing by speculation two dead-in-the-water deals ...
Traders and M&A bankers can be a hopeful lot sometimes. Yesterday City pulses were set racing by speculation that two dead-in-the-water deals could be back on: a takeover of AstraZeneca by Pfizer and a swoop for Vodafone from AT&T.
London Report: Reports of new Pfizer Astra bid pushes up FTSE  CITY A.M.
Market report: AstraZeneca buoyed by bid hopes  Telegraph.co.uk
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Which? reveals the best and worst UK airports
Which? reveals the best and worst UK airportsSouthend and Doncaster top our airports survey. 22 August 2014. Best and worst airports infographic.
Luton airport voted worst in Britain for second time running  The Independent
Which? survey: Smaller airports earn passenger praise  BBC News
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Threat of EU slump grows as business activity slows
Jonathan Cable and Xiaoyi Shao. Published 22/08/2014 | 02:30. 0 Comments; Share. London's financial district. Business growth in Europe and in China slowed this month, new surveys showed, providing more evidence that the world economy is stuttering ...
RPT-GLOBAL ECONOMY-Business growth slows in China and Europe, but ...  Reuters
Slowdown in eurozone growth cools hopes that economy will bounce back  The Guardian
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Deficit-reduction target in doubt as tax revenues come up short
The Government's deficit-reduction programme is looking shaky after public finance figures for July, released yesterday, showed a disappointing boost to tax revenues in what is normally a bumper month for the Exchequer.
Government borrowing down by half in July... but the deficit rises  This is Money
UK borrowing target still in doubt despite stronger tax receipts  Telegraph.co.uk
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London faces Tube strike on Friday
London commuters face disruption on the underground network on Friday as train drivers take strike action over what their union described as an �increasingly bullying� management style.
A million passengers disrupted as Central Line shuts for Tube driver strike  London24
Central and Waterloo & City line strike happening tomorrow  Time Out London
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Quindell shares fall over cash flow fears
Shares in Quindell fell 12 per cent on Thursday, despite upbeat first-half results that the insurance claims processor said showed upcoming improvements in its cash flow.
The most depressing thing about the Quindell saga  Stockopedia
Quindell presents a quandary  Investors Chronicle
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Quindell points finger as profits soar but shares fall
The embattled insurance outsourcer Quindell has moved to put six months of turmoil behind it, revealing a trebling of profits as its chairman blamed short-sellers for destroying the company's value.
Quindell suffers � despite profits quadrupling  CITY A.M.
Rollercoaster goes on for Quindell investors as shares fall 12% despite ...  This is Money
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Pressure on Salmond as expert ignites debate over North Sea oil reserves
Scottish Labour MSP Kezia Dugdale meets volunteers with unanswered questions on what independence will mean for Scotland, outside the Scottish parliament in Edinburgh yesterday.
Scottish independence 'second chance' for oil cash  Scotsman
Scottish Independence Referendum � Today's views  The Edinburgh Reporter
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UK energy firms appear unruffled by Labour plans
Major UK energy firms appeared unruffled on Thursday as the latest plans to crackdown on their abuses and behaviour towards thousands of beleaguered customers emerged.
Labour unveils plans to crackdown on energy industry abuses  The Guardian
Labour Promises to Give Ofgem More Power  International Business Times UK
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