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GEORGE Osborne has suffered a blow with official figures showing a rise in UK Government borrowing that will make it harder for the Chancellor to produce any pre-election giveaways and raises the prospect of more spending cuts to meet the ...
Putting in place plans to ring-fence retail deposits from riskier areas of banking could cost HSBC as much as �2 billion, the bank has warned.
STAFF at Royal Bank of Scotland were prevented from receiving bonuses worth twice their salaries after Chancellor George Osborne stepped in to block the payments.
Household cleaner and pharma group Reckitt Benckiser (LON:RB.) cited Brazil and India as the reasons for a lower than expected sales forecast this year.
Ah, the highs and lows of the public market - Arm Holdings started the day at the top of the blue-chip index but by the close of play it was the biggest loser.

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