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UK unemployment falls by 146000 to 2.02 million
UK unemployment fell by 146,000 to 2.02 million in the three months to the end of July, official figures show. The unemployment rate fell to 6.2%, its lowest rate since the September-to-November period of 2008.
UK earnings edge up, unemployment falls more than expected  
UK unemployment rate falls to 6.2%  
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LONDON (Reuters) - Two Bank of England policymakers again voted to raise interest rates this month, leaving the central bank divided for a second successive month, but the rest of their colleagues remained firmly against tighter policy.
Sony, the ailing Japanese consumer electronics company that has been in constant restructuring in recent years, has warned that its expected annual net loss will be nearly five times as big as initially predicted, exceeding $2bn.
IRELAND FACES OECD PRESSURE ON CORPORATE TAX REGIME - The Government is coming under pressure from the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) to unwind some of the most contentious elements of Ireland's ...
Listed companies must be able to demonstrate how bosses' pay is linked to the long-term success of the business, under new rules from the Financial Reporting Council.
Sky Deutschland's boards have advised the company's shareholders not to sell their shares to sister pay-TV operator BSkyB as part of the latter's European consolidation.

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