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Greece's debt turmoil has found a favorite conduit for spreading contagion: the $5.3 trillion-a-day foreign-exchange market. From Sweden to Switzerland, central banks are battling to contain an appreciation of their currencies versus the euro.
A recovery in Marks & Spencer's clothing business has stalled after cool weather in May and June hit demand for summer fashion.
The UK's competition watchdog is effectively telling energy consumers to look sharp and think about switching providers. Over a third have never considered it, the Competition and Markets Authority says.
Rolls Royce engine sales, typically for Airbus A330-300s, have proved difficult to predict. Supplied. by The Lex Column. Warren East learns quickly.