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Bombardier sells 10 jets for $259m

Canadian aerospace manufacturer Bombardier says it has sold 10 Challenger jets for $259m (£157m) to an anonymous buyer.


China local debt surges by 70%

China has local government debts of 17.7 trillion yuan ($2.9tn), up 70% from three years ago, according to an official report.


'Debt crisis will affect millions'

Millions of UK households will face "perilous" levels of debt when interest rates begin to rise, according to a think tank focused on living standards.


France's 75% tax rate gets approval

France's highest court approves a 75% tax on high earners that is one of President Francois Hollande's signature policies.


Miliband makes cost of living vow

Labour has a "credible" plan to help families struggling with the cost of living and will continue to focus on the issue, Ed Miliband insists in his new year message.


Japan close to escaping deflation

Japanese consumer prices rise at the fastest pace in five years, showing government policies to end its deflation problem may be taking effect.


BBC computer server 'was hacked'

Reports suggest a computer server used to send media files to the BBC was breached by a Russian hacker.


US jobless to lose unemployment aid

One million Americans will lose their unemployment benefits, after US lawmakers failed to reach a deal on an extension of the federal aid plan.


Barclays fined $3.75m over data loss

Barclays is fined $3.75m (£2.28m) by a US regulator for allegedly failing to keep proper electronic records, emails and instant messages.


GM recalls 1.5m cars in China

General Motors and its Chinese partner firm are recalling about 1.46 million cars amid concerns about their safety.


Lenders ease Johnston Press pressure

Johnston Press, the newspaper and online publisher, is helped by its lenders to ease pressure of managing its debt.


Retailers eye post-Christmas boost

The traditional post-Christmas sales are expected to provide a boost to High Street shops, as consumers look for discounts, while Christmas Eve has proved increasingly important for online retail.


Cheques to be paid in via smartphone

Plans are being announced to allow bank customers to pay cheques into their account by taking photos on their smartphones.


Jackets help chickens cross the road

Entrepreneurs in Banbury have found a global market for a new product - jackets for chickens.


Days of the 'bank job' are numbered

Robberies on British bank branches have dropped by 90% in the past decade, figures suggest, citing better technology for the decline.


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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