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British exit from European Union would cost UK billions, German study warns
David Cameron in Brussels. The Conservatives have promised a national referendum on EU membership if they win the general election.
If Britain decides to quit the EU, 'everybody would lose'  The Times (subscription)
British exit from the European Union could cost �3500 per person
Irish Examiner  
Ukraine's Blavatnik tops UK rich list
Blavatnik, who has been a US citizen for more than 30 years, knocked Indian-born brothers Sri and Gopi Hinduja, who run the multinational conglomerate of the same name, off the top spot.
Four charts that show what it takes to be one of the UK's 117 billionaires  The Independent
UK rich list filled with foreigners  New Zealand Herald
GLOBAL MARKETS-Wall St falls; European shares rise on optimism over Greece
... * Drop in healthcare stocks leads U.S. shares lower. * Reshuffled Greek negotiating team helps European shares. * Euro gains on Greece optimism.
Wall St falls; European shares rise on optimism over Greece  Reuters UK
Markets: optimism on Greek debt boosts bourses  Irish Times
Britain's biggest banks face further �19bn of fines and charges to pay for ...
Britain's biggest banks face another �19billion of fines and charges over the next two years to pay for their financial scandals, experts predicted yesterday.
Barclays, HSBC, Lloyds and RBS banks set for new �19billion hit from past ...
UK banks could be facing �19bn worth of charges  Director of Finance online
Euro perks up on Greek hopes, dollar dips
SYDNEY (Reuters) - The euro hovered just under a three-week peak early on Tuesday, having pushed higher overnight as the dollar came under broad pressure and on renewed hopes that cash-strapped Greece was a step closer to securing fresh funding.
Dollar Weakens Ahead of Fed Policy Meeting  Wall Street Journal
Euro racks up third straight gain against dollar  Channel News Asia
Embattled chairman of United Spirits in stand-off with Diageo
Diageo, the owner of the Johnnie Walker and Smirnoff brands, is facing a bitter legal battle with Vijay Mallya,the Indian businessman and Kingfisher Airlines founder.
Mallya under pressure to quit spirits giant  Herald Scotland
Vijay Mallya probe: UB entities, others under multi-agency scanner  Financial Express
Privatisation of PTSB begins with �500m sale
Small shareholders in Permanent TSB have three weeks to decide whether to reinvest in the bank on the same terms as so-called institutional investors who bought �500m of the stock yesterday.
Permanent TSB may repay �2.7bn to State by 2018  Irish Times
Permanent TSB funding cuts State stake to 75%  Irish Examiner
Housebuilders hit by Miliband's move to restrict rents and new home sale
Nearly �300 million was wiped off the value of Britain's biggest housebuilders yesterday morning after the market recoiled from Ed Miliband's plans to control rents and restrict the sale of new homes to outside investors.
Labour plan wipes �200m off listed builders  Irish Independent
Q & A: Breaking down labour's latest housing proposals  City A.M.
Centrica's shareholders protest over new chief's pay package
British Gas-owner Centrica was hit by the City's latest pay revolt yesterday, over incentives handed to its new chief executive, the former BP man Iain Conn.
Chillier start to year set to boost profits at owner of Scottish Gas  Scotsman
British Gas in cold weather bills windfall
Scottish manufacturers suffer sharp fall in output
SCOTTISH manufacturers have suffered their sharpest fall in output volumes for two years, a key survey has revealed. SCOTTISH manufacturers have suffered their sharpest fall in output volumes for two years, a key survey has revealed.
Recovery in UK manufacturing sees slowdown  City A.M.
Rate of manufacturing growth easing, says CBI  The National