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GBP/USD 1.6374 +0.0107 (0.66%)
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Pound hits two-year high as Scotland votes
The pound hit a two-year high against the euro on Thursday as markets increasingly bet that Scotland will vote in favour of remaining part of the United Kingdom.
Scotland ready to call London's bluff over sterling  
Pound and bank shares rally ahead of Scottish referendum result - business live  
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A swath of early investors in Alibaba will be able to sell more than $8 billion in shares when the e-commerce company goes public.
Phones 4u's administrator has dashed hopes of rescuing the stricken retailer through a debt-for-equity swap. Instead PwC, charged with finding buyers for the business, is trying to sell parts of the company to the mobile network operators who have been ...
The UK's manufacturing growth remained steady for the period between 20 August and 10 September, but this didn't halt export orders from worsening "significantly".
Ireland's economy is growing at an annual rate of nearly 8 per cent, a surge in economic activity not seen since the early 2000s when what became known as the Celtic Tiger went into overdrive.
Sports car manufacturer Lotus has announced a major restructuring as it looks to cut costs that could result in more than a quarter of its workforce being made redundant.

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