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Sainsbury's dragged into the red
Sainsbury's followed its rivals into the red today as it blamed a year of "unprecedented" change for the company's first loss in a decade.
Aldi, Lidl and Waitrose are only food retailers growing sales  
Britain's big four supermarkets suffer sales falls  
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Greece has made a �200 million interest payment to the International Monetary Fund, according to Reuters. One official told reporters on the condition on anonymity: "It's done, the money is on its way.
The UK construction industry grew at its slowest pace in nearly two years during April, a closely watched survey has indicated. The CIPS/Markit Construction Purchasing Managers' Index (PMI) fell to 54.2 in April from 57.8 a month earlier.
BRUSSELS�The European Union unveiled a signature plan to unite the region's fragmented online markets and crack down on possible abuses by U.S.
Discount chain Poundland has said it will enter into detailed talks with the competition watchdog in a bid to save its �55 million takeover of rival 99p Stores.
Hewlett-Packard Co. said Autonomy Corp. improperly reported $709 million in revenue over 2� years before H-P bought the British software maker for $11 billion in 2011, as it fleshed out fraud allegations against former Autonomy executives.

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