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The Scottish government lowers its estimates for how much revenue will be generated from North Sea oil and gas.
A South African commission recommends a criminal investigation into police accused over the 2012 deaths of 34 striking workers at the Marikana mine.
Greece and its international creditors remain in deadlock over its debt crisis despite a series of top-level meetings.
Tyre company Goodyear announces plans to close its factory in Wolverhampton - its only UK manufacturing base.
The FTSE 100 loses ground, with investors wary as Greek debt talks show few signs of progress.
The number of children classed as living in relative poverty in the UK is 2.3 million, government figures suggest.
The government says it will delay or cut back a number of modernisation projects that were part of a planned £38.5bn upgrade of Network Rail.
Some energy suppliers charge customers up to £180 to install and remove pre-payment meters from homes, regulator Ofgem finds.
Premium Bonds will no longer be sold over the counter in Post Office branches from the end of July.
The UK's Green Investment Bank, which backs environmentally-friendly infrastructure projects, is to be part-privatised.
Toyota, Nissan and Mitsubishi expand a recall of cars initially issued in North America to the rest of the world to replace airbags made by Takata.
Advice provided by some fee-charging debt management firms is "unacceptably" poor, the City regulator has concluded.
Gatwick Airport says the busiest year in the airport's history proves its case for a second runway.
Supercar maker McLaren Automotive has reported a pre-tax profit of £15m for its financial year which ended on 31 December 2014, up from £4.5m the previous year.
Struggling US fast-food giant McDonald's says it will sell all of its 413 stores in Taiwan to a franchise operator as part of a turnaround plan.
One of Asia's largest pulp and paper producers announces that it has stopped clearing forests as part of its operations.
Asian shares head lower as investors stayed on the sidelines ahead of a meeting of European leaders as Greece continued its last-minute efforts to avoid a default.
Consumer regulators in New York says upmarket US grocery chain Whole Foods routinely overcharged customers by overstating weights.
Legislation key to US President Barack Obama's trade agenda has been approved by the US Senate, paving the way for a huge trade deal in Asia.
Why EU winemakers may not be raising a glass to Russia