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Greece's cash-strapped government has begun the transfer of €750m (£544m, $834m) in debt interest to the International Monetary Fund.
Business leaders set out what they see as priorities as Sajid Javid takes up the business secretary role, previously held by Lib Dem Vince Cable.
UK shares dip in late afternoon trading on Monday, having been in positive territory for most of the day.
Postal business Whistl - formerly known as TNT Post - has suspended delivery services and is consulting 2,000 workers about redundancy.
The Competition and Markets Authority says UK pub group Greene King's offer for Spirit Pub Company, the owner of the Chef & Brewer chain, could hurt competition.
UK interest rates have been held at 0.5% for another month by the Bank of England.
The Financial Conduct Authority says insurance companies are not being clear enough about the cost of paying premiums in instalments.
The chief executive of Airbus Group has said the company remains committed to its A400M military plane following Saturday's crash in Spain.
Australian Treasurer Joe Hockey announces the introduction of a new tax crackdown against 30 multinational corporations.
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Smartphone shipments the world's biggest market, China, have contracted for the first time in six years, according to a market research firm.