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Scottish independence: City shows confidence in No vote as pound bounces back
The pound hit a two-year high against the euro today as the City rushed to gamble on a No result while Scots voted on whether they wanted to stay part of the UK.
UK financial markets bet on Scottish No vote  
Pound hits two-year high as Scotland votes  
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Thousands of workers awaiting their fate at Phones 4U may have to wait months to receive unpaid salaries despite administrators revealing the collapsed retailer has �110m in the bank.
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Factory export order books have fallen to their lowest in 20 months, according to the latest snapshot of industrial sentiment from the CBI.
Ireland's economy is growing at an explosive pace not seen since the glory days of the Celtic Tiger, setting off a scramble for Dublin property.
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