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BT suffers worst day in more than 30 years as shares are battered by accounts ...
BT suffered its worst ever day as a public company as an accounting scandal in Italy and the loss of lucrative big contracts at home wiped out all the gains its shares have made under chief executive Gavin Patterson.
BT faces mounting clean-up cost of Italian scandal  
BT's accounting black hole to be investigated by Italian prosecutors  
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HSBC plans to slash almost 400 jobs after it announced more branch closures around the country as well as further cuts to its IT division to help bring down its costs.
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Donald Trump was sharply criticised by Native Americans and climate change activists on Tuesday after he signed executive orders to allow construction of the Dakota Access and Keystone XL oil pipelines.
15:30: The Footsie was holding onto gains, while Wall Street opened higher ahead of a splurge of earnings releases and President Trump's meeting with top car bosses.
Strong demand for flat-screen TVs boosted sales at Dixons Carphones beyond City estimates for the crucial Christmas trading season.

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