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HSBC first-quarter profit falls 14 percent on weak trading, but beats expectations
HONG KONG HSBC (HSBA.L) (0005.HK) reported a smaller-than-expected 14 percent drop in quarterly profit, as a surge in revenue at its commercial banking unit partly offset the weak trading business caused by the grim global market environment early in ...
HSBC profits fall sharply as global volatility hits bottom line  
HSBC First Quarter Profits Dive 18% To �2.9bn  
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Two reports warn over the effects of soaring house prices on family finances and what they risk inflicting in the future. 07:36, UK, Tuesday 03 May 2016.
An executive of British-based firm Reckitt Benckiser has been slapped by a protester as he offered a public apology for selling a deadly disinfectant that killed at least 100 people in South Korea.
LONDON, May 2 (Xinhua) -- A major study of tipping practices in restaurants and bars was announced Monday by the British government.
Deutsche Lufthansa AG reduced its loss for the seasonally weak first quarter by more than two-thirds after benefiting from lower fuel prices and cutting costs through the streamlining of its short-haul network.
Tata Steel's plant at Port Talbot, south Wales, is one of the UK assets being sold by the Indian parent company. Photograph: Geoff Caddick/AFP/Getty Images.

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