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5 Aug 5:50pm Furious Trump denounces 'major violation' as China intensifies trade war and markets plunge
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US treasury department labels China a currency manipulator for the first time since 1994
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5 Aug 5:32pm Sports Direct rescues Jack Wills in £12.75m deal
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Struggling fashion retailer becomes latest addition to Mike Ashley's high-street empire
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5 Aug 2:24pm Monzo urges 500,000 customers to change their pin codes after discovering security flaw
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British digital bank says account information was wrongly stored on internal system
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5 Aug 10:22am Belfast shipyard that built the Titanic falls into administration
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Workers lock themselves inside once-booming Second World War shipyard amid fears 130 jobs could be lost
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5 Aug 9:55am Tesco announces 4,500 job cuts across stores nationwide
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Tesco has said it will slash around 4,500 jobs as part of measures to "simplify and reduce processes and administrative tasks" mainly across its Metro stores.
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5 Aug 8:39am Brexit: Pound falls to new 23-month low against euro as no-deal fears grow
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Sterling drops more than 0.5% against single currency as Downing Street's Brexit rhetoric hardens
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5 Aug 7:01am Boris Johnson's no-deal bluster has put Leave voters' livelihoods on the line
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The next, Brexit-induced recession will be most painful for poorer households, who are also those that voted Leave in greatest numbers
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5 Aug 6:13am HSBC announces 4,000 job cuts
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Chief executive John Flint steps down as lender begins cull of senior staff
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5 Aug 4:28am Brexit food shortages: Government being secretive over public health risks of no-deal
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Supplies face 'unprecedented' disruption yet ministers have not shared assessments with public for fear of sparking panic buying by consumers
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5 Aug 3:56am UK services sector hardly grows in July and optimism drops to weakest since March, survey shows
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Latest services PMI is much lower than seen on average since end of last recession
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5 Aug 2:37am Councils sue 750 firms a day for struggling to pay soaring business rates, study finds
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One in 10 shops, pubs and other companies face legal action from local authority over property taxes
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5 Aug 1:55am Uber drivers in UK cities go on strike in protest over pay and workers' rights
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Demonstrations part of global day of action against taxi firm ahead of $90bn stock market floatation
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