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Business News

HSBC's profit up 10% in first half
Profit at HSBC, Europe's largest bank, was up 10% in the first half of this year compared with a year ago on strong earnings in Hong Kong.

China factory activity shrinks again
Factory activity in the world's second largest economy, China, shrank the most in two years in July as new orders fell more than expected.

Greek shares 'set to plunge 20%'
The Athens Stock Exchange is set to plunge by as much as 20% on Monday when trading finally resumes after a five-week closure, traders predict.

Asian markets start August lower
Asian shares start August lower as disappointing economic data from the US and China weighed on investors' confidence.

Government may begin RBS sale
The Treasury could begin the process of selling part of the government's stake in Royal Bank of Scotland from Monday, according to BBC sources.

Bitcoin chief arrested in Japan
The founder of MtGox - once the world's biggest bitcoin exchange - is arrested by Japanese police investigating losses of nearly $400m.

'Progress' but no deal at TPP talks
Twelve Pacific nations fail to agree a regional trade deal which would cover 40% of the world economy, despite talk of "significant progress".

Greek PM defends ex-finance minister
Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras defends his former finance minister in a row over an "emergency plan" in case of Greece's exit from the euro.

Swiss central bank in 50bn franc loss
The soaring value of the Swiss franc against the euro leads Switzerland's central bank to report a first half loss of 50bn francs.

Eurozone inflation holds steady
A drop in energy prices offset a rise in industrial goods and helped keep the eurozone's inflation rate at 0.2% in July.

Sanctions lifted on two Iran oil firms
The European Union has removed two Iranian oil companies from its sanctions list in the first such action since Iran's nuclear deal.

Airbus reports profits up by 34%
Europe's aircraft maker Airbus group beats forecasts with a rise in profits for the first half of the year.

Celebrity fitness chain to go public
SoulCycle, the indoor cycling fitness chain with a celebrity following in the US, including David Beckham and Lady Gaga, plans to float on the stock market.

Facebook builds drone for net access
The social network Facebook announces it has built its own drone to bring internet connectivity to remote parts of the world.

Weak oil prices hit Exxon and Chevron
Two of the US's biggest companies report sharply lower quarterly results because of falling oil prices.

Google to defy French privacy ruling
Google is to defy a French ruling that the "right to be forgotten" should be applied globally and not just in Europe.

US economic growth picks up to 2.3%
The US economy grew at an annualised pace of 2.3% in the three months to June, official figures show.

BA owner IAG in big profits jump
BA and Iberia owner International Airlines Group (IAG) reports a big jump in second quarter profits.

IMF wary of third Greek bailout
The International Monetary Fund is wary of any financial contribution to a third Greek bailout and is unlikely to provide funds at the first stage.

UK now Santander's biggest market
The UK has become Santander's most profitable market, generating just over a fifth of the bank's profits in the first half of 2015.

'Tourism slump hits' Kenya Airways
One of Africa's largest airlines Kenya Airways announces its biggest ever annual loss citing a slump in tourism and increased competition.

Tunisia and Greece hit Thomas Cook
Travel firm Thomas Cook says its profits will be hit by the impact of last month's attack on a tourist beach on Tunisia and worries over events in Greece.

Audit finds Kenya accounts 'disturbing'
Only 26% of money spent and collected by Kenya's government has been approved in an official annual audit that noted "disturbing problems".

Honda's profit jumps 20% on US sales
Japanese car giant Honda's net profit jumps 20% on strong sales in its biggest market, North America, and cost-cutting moves.

Uber wants to invest $1bn in India
The taxi booking service Uber says it will invest $1bn to expand its business to more cities in India.

Mazda's profits fall, but sales rise
Japanese car maker Mazda reports a drop in operating profit, but sees strong growth in sales.

China stocks trader counts his losses
How Chinese market volatility hit one investor

The eurozone's nagging problems
Why eurozone economies aren't in rude health

Atari's boss on why life is 'a game'
Atari's founder on treating business like a game

Recruit people 'better than you'
Three pieces of make or break advice

Is the Asian tech boom about to bust?
Optimism and concern at HK's tech conference

Russian debtors despair as boom turns to bust
Russian debtors despair as boom turns to bust

NASL football looks for expansion
The US football division seeking inspiration from the 1970s

From boom to bust in Swiss border towns
From boom to bust in Swiss border towns

'Phone farmers' reaping the benefits
The tech helping Kenyan smallholders reap rich rewards
 
 
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