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GBP/JPY 162.1551 +1.1539 (0.72%)
GBP/HKD 11.4120 +0.0596 (0.53%)
GBP/CNY 9.6404 +0.0546 (0.57%)
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Shell cuts 2200 more jobs due to prolonged low oil prices
Royal Dutch Shell will cut 2,200 more jobs, taking the total tally of losses to 12,500 from 2015 to 2016 as the world's second-biggest oil company continues to adjust to the slump in prices.
Shell to cut 2200 more jobs in face of weak oil prices  
Shell to cut 2200 more jobs in reaction to low oil prices  
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LONDON A warning from Marks & Spencer's new boss of a short-term profit hit from efforts to turn around its clothing business by cutting prices and improving ranges knocked its shares on Wednesday.
Greece has got some debt relief from the eurozone. Or has it? It was one of the key items discussed by eurozone finance ministers at a meeting in Brussels.
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The European Commission has proposed an update of EU audiovisual rules to create a fairer environment for all players, promote European films, protect children and tackle hate speech better, as well as presenting a new approach to online platforms.
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