The latest stories from the Business section of the BBC News web site.
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Saudi Arabia is reported to be close to securing a $10bn (£6.9bn) loan deal from international banks - its first in 25 years - as it tries to recover from plunging oil revenues.
The European Commission accuses Google of abusing the dominant position of its Android operating system to stifle competition
Commodities stocks are the main winners at midday in London trading but the FTSE 100 index is lower.
Consumer group Which? has revealed its latest list of shrinking supermarket items that still cost the same, or more.
Mitsubishi Motors admits falsifying fuel economy test data for more than 600,000 vehicles sold in Japan.
More than 100 aircraft repair and maintenance jobs are at risk at Monarch's Manchester base, it is announced.
Women aged in their 20s and 30s are risking poverty in retirement by cutting contributions as they pay for childcare, a think tank says.
UK unemployment rose by 21,000 to 1.7 million between December and February, the Office for National Statistics says.
Ahead of the introduction of plastic £5 notes later this year, BBC News looks at objects used to represent money at the British Museum.
Tata Steel's Port Talbot chief Stuart Wilkie is to launch a management buyout of company's operations in the UK.
How vulnerable are net-connected buildings to cyber-attack?
A Scottish Power warranty scheme that allegedly failed to pay out £75m to hundreds of thousands of customers was "effectively a fraud", according to a report by MPs.