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HSBC glitch payments 'all processed'
A computer glitch that delayed 275,000 HSBC payments has now been resolved, the bank has said. HSBC said at midday it had "processed all outstanding payments".
HSBC customers can make it rain money again because the bank's glitch is fixed  
HSBC Glitch: Delayed Payments Now Processed  
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A rocket mission to put a new spacecraft in orbit for London-based Inmarsat has been declared a success. The Russian Proton vehicle ejected the satellite high above Papua New Guinea in the early hours of Saturday (GMT).
The US Federal Reserve on Friday left the door open to a September interest rate hike even while several central bank officials acknowledged that turmoil in financial markets, if prolonged, could delay the first policy tightening in nearly a decade.
British gross domestic product (GDP) grew by 0.3 percent between the first quarter and the second quarter of 2015, unrevised from the previous as well as first estimate published a month ago, said the Office for National Statistics (ONS) Friday.
David and Samantha Cameron have reportedly spent their holiday in Cornwall accidentally surfing in raw sewage off Polzeath beach. South West Water have confirmed that untreated human effluent was pumped into the sea off the beach on Sunday morning ...
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