NEW YORK (Reuters) - Oil prices resumed their downward march on Monday, doubling back on the biggest one-day gain in over two years, after Saudi Arabia's powerful oil minister said OPEC would not cut production at any price.
Traders caught rigging foreign exchange markets will face up to seven years behind bars under plans confirmed today by Chancellor George Osborne.
Hundreds of online supermarket shoppers have been experiencing frustrating technical problems amid the rush for Christmas. Some Sainsbury's customers found orders were wrongly cancelled after a computer failure on Sunday evening.
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Tesco disclosed earlier this year that it had overstated its first-half profit forecast. Reuters. By. Ian Walker And. Ian Walker. The Wall Street Journal.