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US banks pass first 'stress test'
All 31 US banks have passed the first hurdle in the Federal Reserve's latest round of annual "stress tests" to see how they would cope in the next economic crisis.

Banker lost job 'after risk fears'
A banker who claims he lost his job after raising concerns about his employer will have his case heard at a full employment tribunal hearing after losing a preliminary hearing.

Asia shares rise ahead of job report
Asian markets traded most higher on Friday as investors awaited a US jobs report to see if it would support a Federal Reserve move to raise interest rates.

ECB raises eurozone growth forecast
The European Central Bank raises this year's growth forecast for the eurozone to 1.5%, and says it will begin its quantitative easing programme next week.

Brazil raises rates to six-year high
Brazil's central bank lifts interest rates to a six-year high of 12.75% in an attempt to restrain inflation.

McDonald's in antibiotic chicken move
The world's biggest restaurant chain, McDonald's, is to phase out the use of chicken injected with antibiotics important to human medicine.

Hotel chain confirms hack attack
Hotel chain Mandarin Oriental has confirmed that credit card data has been stolen in a hack attack on the company's network.

AbbVie in $21bn drug firm takeover
US drugmaker AbbVie says it will buy cancer drug specialist Pharmacyclics for $21bn.

UK rates mark six years at 0.5%
UK interest rates are kept unchanged again by the Bank of England, meaning they have now been at their record low of 0.5% for six years.

Fraud office probes Bank auctions
The Serious Fraud Office is investigating liquidity auctions held by the Bank of England during the financial crisis, the Bank says.

Oligarch given North Sea deadline
Russian oligarch Mikhail Fridman has seven days to convince the UK government not to force him to sell newly acquired oil and gas assets in the North Sea.

China shares fall on growth target
Shares in China fall after the country's government sets its official growth target at 7% for this year.

Virgin Money profits more than double
Virgin Money, the financial services provider which floated on the stock market in November, reports "record performance and profits" for 2014.

India surprises with second rate cut
The Reserve Bank of India cuts its key interest rate, in a surprise move for the second time this year.

EU puts off end to roaming charges
EU governments defy the European Parliament by deciding that roaming charges for mobile phone users should remain at least until the end of 2018.

Retail sales boost for eurozone
Eurozone retail sales rose for a fourth consecutive month in January, official figures show, indicating the zone's economy may be picking up.

VIDEO: Japan seeks to reboot innovation
Mariko Oi reports from Japan on the country's quest to rediscover its innovative spirit with "game-changing" products.

VIDEO: Argentina's art-loving property magnate
Eduardo Costantini has built large swathes of Buenos Aires, but it is his art collection that is his passion.

VIDEO: Conjuring up some India budget magic
As Narendra Modi's government presents its first full budget, the BBC's Sameer Hashmi dons his magician's outfit to explain why India's economy could use a little magic.

VIDEO: African doll in a Barbie world
Taofick Okoya sells up to 9,000 of his Queens of Africa dolls a month and claims to command about 15% of the market.

VIDEO: The oil price drop - in 90 seconds
BBC News looks at why oil prices have been falling, and what the impact has been.

VIDEO: Is fashion feminist?
A fashion academic explores the exploitation and celebration of women by the fashion industry.

VIDEO: Drone boss: 'I get a lot of support'
Mexican Jordi Munoz started his company while waiting for a green card - now it's one of the biggest commercial drone makers in the world

VIDEO: Japan's economy: Seaweed lessons
Mariko Oi visits the fishing town of Futtsu in Chiba province and looks at its struggling seaweed industry.

L'Oreal to change 'bad at maths' ad
A numeracy charity's challenge prompts beauty giant L'Oreal to change an advert boasting about not being good at maths.

Passport website sues its customers
An unofficial passport website has sued more than 150 of its own customers after they tried to cancel or refused to pay believing they had been misled.

Tinder to charge over-28s more
Dating app Tinder announces it will charge the over-28s nearly four times as much for its premium features as it does younger users in the UK.

EU-US trade deal text leaked to BBC
A leaked draft of what the European Union wants excluded from a new trade deal with the United States is obtained by the BBC.

Southwest forced to ground planes
US airline Southwest briefly grounds some flights after missing safety checks, but US regulators rule it can continue flying the uninspected planes for five days.

UK government sells Eurostar stake
The UK government says it is selling its 40% stake in the cross-Channel train operator Eurostar to an Anglo-Canadian consortium for £757.1m.

Ukraine raises interest rates to 30%
Ukraine's central bank sharply raises interest rates from 19.5% to 30% in an effort to curb inflation and prop up its beleaguered currency.

Oligarch buys North Sea oil assets
German energy company RWE Dea has closed the sale of 12 North Sea oil and gas fields to a Russian oligarch.

Ghana to receive $1bn loan from IMF
Ghana has secured a $1bn loan from the International Monetary Fund that could stabilise its troubled economy.

South African budget raises taxes
South Africa's budget raises taxes and cuts spending as the government tries to restore growth to an economy hit by power shortages, strikes and high unemployment

IMF gives Kenya $700m insurance loan
The International Monetary Fund agrees to lend $700m (£460m) to Kenya, which the government had asked for as a precautionary measure.

Australia economy grows 2.5% on year
Australia's economy grew 2.5% in the fourth quarter from a year earlier, marking its slowest pace of annual growth last year.

Singapore 'world's priciest city'
For the second year running, Singapore tops the list as the world's most expensive city to live in, says the Economist Intelligence Unit.

China's shares rise after rate cut
Shares in China remained up on Monday after the mainland's central bank unexpectedly cut interest rates for the second time since November.

King will 'delay taking Ibrox chair'
Dave King will delay becoming Rangers chairman after dealing in club shares are suspended ahead of their EGM.

Jockey Club plans record prize money
The Jockey Club says it will increase its contribution towards prize money at its 15 racecourses to a record £19.9m in 2015

Durban eyes Olympic prize after Commonwealth
The South African city of Durban is all set to host the 2022 Commonwealth Games - and it is already aiming for the Olympics.

The art-loving property developer
How Argentine investor, property developer and art collector, Eduardo Costantini, built up his business and made a fortune.

Argentina's love affair with polo
Polo is one of the most popular sports in Argentina, yet unlike football or rugby most of the businesses that keep the game going are small homegrown companies.

The reality of becoming your own boss
Becoming your own boss is many people's dream, but what's it really like to start a business from scratch?

BA owner reports soaring profits
International Airlines Group (IAG) reports a big jump in annual profits and raises its forecast for 2015 after a "remarkable" turnaround at Spanish airline Iberia.

Airbus reports big rise in profits
Aviation firm Airbus reports a big jump in full-year profits despite setting aside €551m (£401m) for delays on its A400M military aircraft.

Currency losses clip AirAsia's wings
AirAsia, one of Asia's most successful carriers, has posted its first net loss in two years, citing currency exchange losses and higher taxes.

Aston Martin targets female buyers
Aston Martin plans to broaden its range of cars to include new sportscars and a small SUV, to attract younger and female buyers.

VIDEO: 'Green supercar' unveiled in Geneva
An "environmentally friendly" supercar has been unveiled at Geneva's International Motor Show.

Lotus pins profit hopes on new model
Troubled car manufacturer Lotus says it hopes the launch of its new supercar will prompt a turnaround in the company's fortunes.

Banking on the internet-only revolution
The online-only banking revolution

The Lean In impact on US women
What impact has Lean In had on women?

Aston Martin battles to reinvent itself
Aston Martin's battle to reinvent itself

Attracting foreign entrepreneurs
How countries are competing to attract foreign entrepreneurs

Wind turbines take to the skies
Is wind power coming of age?

When an ordinary car is not enough
When an ordinary car just isn't good enough

Carmakers face challenge from tech giants
Carmakers face a challenge from Google and Apple

University feeds 270,000 taking refuge from Boko Haram
University feeds 270,000 taking refuge from Boko Haram

Rebooting innovation in Japan
What has happened to Japan's inventors?

Is the era of free electricity approaching?
Is the era of free electricity approaching?
 
 
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