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Bank overdraft cap could be re-examined, says FCA

A decision by the competition regulator not to recommend a cap on excessive overdraft charges could be re-examined.

UK service sector 'moves up a gear' report says

The UK service sector "moved up a gear" in October, according to a closely watched survey of purchasing managers.

Pound jumps in wake of Brexit ruling

Sterling rises 1% following the High Court ruling on Article 50, while the FTSE 100 falls back.

Volkswagen appoints expert to examine Brazil torture claims

Volkswagen commissions an expert to examine if it allowed the torture of employees under Brazil's former military regime.

Egypt allows its currency to float freely

Egypt is floating its currency in a move that has reduced its value by almost 50% against the dollar.

Jamie Oliver to buy back Australia restaurant business

British celebrity chef Jamie Oliver is set to buy back his Jamie's Italian business in Australia, after the franchise holder went into receivership.

Petrol and diesel prices reach 15-month high, says RAC

Petrol and diesel prices rose sharply in October, says the RAC, taking them to their highest level since July 2015.

Wahaca: Hundreds ill due to 'norovirus outbreak'

More than 300 people are ill following a suspected outbreak of norovirus at a restaurant chain.

Morrisons sales helped by 'biggest ever' Halloween

Supermarket Morrisons reports another rise in sales, helped by a big rise in Halloween business.

PPI complaints continue to flood in at Ombudsman

Fresh complaints about the mis-selling of payment protection insurance continue to dominate the workload of the Financial Ombudsman Service.

Facebook warns advertising revenue growth will slow

Facebook warns advertising revenue growth will slow, sending its shares down 7% in New York.

Ask Andy: What is quantitative easing?

Economics correspondent Andy Verity explains what the Bank of England's practice of quantitative easing means - against the clock.

Engineers using drones to farm crops

A team of engineers is using remotely controlled machinery, including drones, to farm a field of crops without the need for a farmer

America's coal country feels left behind by Washington

Thousands of people have lost their jobs in West Virginia's coal industry in the last two years - a major issue for the state in next week's presidential election.

Nissan deal 'minor' - Japanese business strategist

One of Japan's top business strategists Kenichi Ohmae has called the recent deal at Nissan's plant in Sunderland a "minor decision" involving one company.

Make provision to cover mental illness in policies: IRDAI
Insurance Regulatory and Development Authority of India (IRDAI) has directed all the insurance companies to make a provision to cover mental illness also in insurance policies.
Dos and don'ts while filing your motor insurance claim
At the time of receiving the policy cover note, the insurer also sends the policy document containing the inclusions, exclusions, and so on in detail.
Operators must pay attention to cyber security, reasonableness of charges: Urjit Patel
While unveiling UPI 2.0 version yesterday, RBI governor Urjit Patel said, UPI has the potential for further facilitations.
Kerala floods: IRDAI sets guidelines to make claims process easier for insurance claimants
In case of the Kerala floods, IRDAI has asked insurers to take immediate steps to mitigate the hardships of the affected insured population of the State.
ICRA lowers long-term rating for Tier II bonds of Syndicate Bank
According to ICRA, the rating is attributed to Syndicate bank’s weak financial performance as shown by high losses and weakened capital ratios.


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