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Email error reveals bank's EU project
The Bank of England confirms it is researching the financial risks of the UK leaving the EU after it "inadvertently" sent details of the project to the Guardian newspaper.

Japanese shares higher on trade data
Japan's shares head higher after data showed the country's trade account fell into a deficit in April, but it beat expectations.

China's Amazon railway plan advances
A Chinese scheme to build a railway across South America, crossing the Amazon rain forest, moves a step closer as Peru agrees to study the plan.

Yellen: US rates may rise this year
The chair of the US Federal Reserve, Janet Yellen, says she expects the central bank to begin raising interest rates "at some point this year".

EU agrees 1.8bn-euro loan to Ukraine
The European Union agrees a €1.8bn (£1.3bn; $2bn) loan to Ukraine - described as a landmark deal for a non-EU member.

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Mazda and Mitsubishi recall more cars
Two more Japanese car giants - Mazda and Mitsubishi - are recalling 630,000 cars to replace faulty airbag inflators made by Takata.

McDonald's faces worker protests
Thousands of workers and union supporters protest outside McDonald's headquarters, as the fast food firm continues to face wage pressure.

HP sells China unit stake for $2.3bn
US tech giant Hewlett-Packard is selling a 51% stake in its Chinese server business for $2.3bn (£1.4bn) to Tsinghua Holdings.

Mexico compensates China rail firm
Mexico will compensate China Railway Construction Corporation (CRCC) $1.31m (£835,953) for cancelling a $3.75bn high-speed rail contract.

Deutsche hit by investor revolt
Deutsche Bank shareholders deliver a strong vote of disapproval on the running of the German financial giant.

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Pickpockets close Eiffel Tower
Famous Parisian landmark the Eiffel Tower is closed to tourists after staff walked out complaining about the growing number of pickpockets.

South Korea 'nut rage' woman freed
Former Korean Air executive Heather Cho, who was jailed for an outburst over macadamia nuts, has been freed after winning a court appeal.

Target beats earnings forecasts
US retail giant Target reports a 52% increase in quarterly profits, helped by a boost from online sales.

Poundworld sold to US firm for £150m
US private equity firm TPG has bought bargain retailer Poundworld, which began as a market stall in 1974.

China to invest $50bn in Brazil
China is planning to invest up to $50bn (£32bn) in Brazil for new infrastructure projects - including a new Pacific-Atlantic railway link.

Airbus warns about UK exit from EU
One of the UK's big manufacturers, Airbus, warns that the UK should remain inside the EU to guarantee future investment.

Deutsche responds to investor anger
Deutsche Bank encountered anger from its shareholders at its annual general meeting on Thursday

German rail strike causes delays
Millions of rail passengers are hit by delays in Germany after Deutsche Bahn's drivers go on strike again.

South African tycoon buys New Look
Fashion retailer New Look has been bought by a South African billionaire in a deal worth almost £800m.

SABMiller buys brewer Meantime
SABMiller has agreed to acquire Meantime Brewing Company, a craft brewer based in Greenwich, London.

Africa telecoms firm plans expansion
One of the leading operators of masts for mobile phones in Africa, Eaton Towers, has put together $350m for new acquisitions, alongside a major deal in Egypt.

Hanergy defends financial position
The parent of Chinese solar panel manufacturer Hanergy Thin Film Power says the firm is in good financial condition despite its shares falling nearly 50%.

Gucci sues Alibaba over 'fake goods'
The French owner of Gucci and other luxury brands sues Chinese internet shopping giant Alibaba over the alleged sale of counterfeit goods.

Japan's Sharp in $1.7bn bank bailout
Japanese electronics maker Sharp agrees a 200bn Japanese yen ($1.7bn) bailout from banks as it announces job cuts and further losses.

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