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Chancellor George Osborne says there will be further cuts to public spending in his Budget, equivalent to 50p in every £100.
Fresh doubts arise over French energy firm EDF's plans for an £18bn nuclear power plant at Hinkley Point in Somerset.
A duty of care from banks to their customers should be enshrined in law to prevent further mis-selling scandals, a consumer watchdog says.
Millions of households could face an increase in insurance costs, following a warning that the chancellor may target premiums in next week's Budget.
There is evidence that oil prices are stabilising and could even begin to rise again, says the International Energy Agency.
Network Rail is considering the sale of a number of the UK's best known railway stations in an effort to shore up its debt-laden balance sheet.
The UK's trade deficit narrowed in January, official figures show, but its goods trade gap with the EU widened to a record level.
The British Chambers of Commerce (BCC) downgrades its growth forecast for the UK economy, blaming "global headwinds and uncertainty".
US carmakers General Motors and Ford both announce strategies geared at taking on the tech world's growing influence in the car industry.
The Office for National Statistics needs to modernise the way it collects, and presents, the data it compiles to remain relevant, a review says.
Apple has accused the US government of trying to "smear" the company, as it continues to oppose demands for access to data on an iPhone owned by a dead gunman.
Owners of tumble dryers requiring repairs in a fire safety campaign are being told they must wait 11 months for their appliance to be fixed.
Doubts have been raised over the British government's target to fund three million new apprenticeship places by 2020
The BBC's political, business and economics editors give their tips on what to watch out for in the Chancellor's Budget.
South Africa's Western Cape is not usually associated with Italian delicacies, but a buffalo farm in Wellington is now producing mozzarella cheese.
Millions of low-income households could see power bills cut after a watchdog's report into the UK's energy sector.
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An Economist Intelligence Unit report has once again ranked Singapore the most expensive place to live in the world.
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