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- China yuan comments buoy markets
Stock markets and Asian currencies rise following weekend comments by China's central bank about its yuan policy.
21 June 2010, 3:37am
- Budget set to freeze council tax
The government is to press ahead with plans to freeze council tax in England next year, the BBC understands.
21 June 2010, 4:43am
- BP 'was told of fault on oil rig'
A Deepwater Horizon rig worker says he identified a leak in its equipment weeks before the blast that caused the Gulf oil spill.
21 June 2010, 4:34am
- Sex and the City firm eyes UK bid
Time Warner is in talks to buy the UK TV production firm behind shows such as Supernanny.
21 June 2010, 3:33am
- Russia cuts gas supply to Belarus
Russian gas monopoly Gazprom begins to cut supplies to Belarus over its debt after President Dmitry Medvedev orders the cuts.
21 June 2010, 3:47am
- Chinese pledge yuan 'stability'
China's central bank says it plans to keep the Chinese yuan "stable" and there will be no major revaluation of the currency.
20 June 2010, 10:50am
- Landlords warned over tax returns
Buy-to-let landlords have been warned not to disguise their profits from the taxman after selling their properties.
21 June 2010, 4:41am
- Hutton to head review of pensions
Ex-Labour minister John Hutton is to head a commission for the Tory-Lib Dem coalition into public sector pensions.
20 June 2010, 7:54am
- Calais stores close doors as appeal of 'booze cruise' fades
The appeal of the "booze cruise" looks to be fading, as Tesco becomes the third UK store to close its Calais branch.
19 June 2010, 6:45am
- How does VAT work?
Which items fit into the three bands of VAT and what would happen if the rates increased?
17 June 2010, 8:42am
- Robert Peston
Besieged BP boss Tony Hayward's future looks bleak
18 June 2010, 8:19am
- Sandwich tax?
Test your VAT knowledge with our quiz
19 June 2010, 8:31pm
The timing of China's currency move is no accident
18 June 2010, 8:19am
- Nuclear powers
Row brews over who can sell what to whom
21 June 2010, 3:50am
- Homes ahoy
Can a boat beat the rising house price tide?
21 June 2010, 4:08am
- Africa's asset?
Defence spending in the continent is rising
18 June 2010, 12:15pm
- Mining chiefs missing in Africa
A plane carrying several Australian mining executives goes missing on a flight between Cameroon and Congo.
20 June 2010, 1:57pm
- BP 'estimated higher oil amount'
An internal document reveals BP estimated 100,000 barrels of oil a day could, in theory, flow from the ruptured Gulf of Mexico well.
20 June 2010, 10:41pm
- Government warned over CGT rise
Raising the rate of capital gains tax (CGT) could result in a fall in tax revenues, one think tank warns.
19 June 2010, 4:32am
- Telstra signs broadband agreement
Telecoms giant Telstra agrees a deal with the Australian government over the building of a new national broadband network.
20 June 2010, 8:26am