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Shanghai 3,253.43 +2.06 (0.06%)
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Nikkei 225 19,283.54 -87.92 (-0.45%)
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IPC 47,047.67 -158.69 (-0.34%)
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Barclays apologises for cash machine and debit card faults
Barclays has apologised after customers reported problems using cash machines, debit cards and phone banking. Some customers reported being unable to withdraw money from cash machines or use cards in shops.
Barclays card payment system fails for several hours  
Barclays apologises to angry customers who couldn't use debit cards in shops ...  
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News outlets around the globe have been reporting on a new phone scam involving cold callers asking “Can you hear me?” - but is it all that it seems?
The government is due to announce a �17.3m ($22m) investment in artificial intelligence and robotics research carried out by British universities.
Norwegian Air Shuttle ASA (NWC.OL) plans to offer transatlantic flights on 10 new routes between the United States and Europe with tickets starting at $65 (52 pounds) one way, putting pressure on U.S.
OMAHA: Billionaire investor Warren Buffett always draws a big audience with his annual letter to Berkshire Hathaway shareholders, but this year's edition didn't break much new ground.
International Airlines Group on Friday reported a 9 per cent rise in operating profit for 2016 and announced its first ever share buyback, worth €500m, as the company disclosed a €460m hit to earnings mainly stemming from sterling's weakness after Brexit.

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