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GBP/USD 1.3105 +0.0014 (0.11%)
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GBP/JPY 134.9992 +0.3079 (0.23%)
GBP/HKD 10.1654 +0.0102 (0.10%)
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GBP/AUD 1.7424 +0.0022 (0.13%)
US slams EU, but Apple tax demand first issued in Washington
BRUSSELS - The United States is furious at the European Union for handing Apple Inc a $14.5 billion tax demand on Tuesday but EU officials say it was Washington which put them on to the scheme in the first place.
EU hits Apple with $14.5 billion Irish tax demand  
Apple tax: Downing Street says tech giant 'welcome' to come to UK after EU ...  
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The dollar headed for its first monthly advance against the yen since May on mounting speculation U.S. monetary policy will further diverge from that of the Bank of Japan.
People are 'determined to carry on shopping for today, rather than saving for tomorrow,' said market researchers GfK. Photograph: Chris Radburn/PA.
Oil is poised for the biggest monthly advance since April amid speculation informal talks among OPEC members in Algeria next month may result in action to stabilize the market.
As Sir Philip Green yesterday hid on his �100million super-yacht a former BHS worker tried to question him about the firm's demise.
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