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Wall Street markets were mostly unchanged as strong economic data was offset by global worries after the terror attack in Nice.
Holiday booking company Lowcost Travelgroup has appointed administrators, affecting 27,000 holiday makers in resorts and 110,000 with bookings.
Dietary supplement firm Herbalife has reached a deal with the US Federal Trade Commission to avoid being labelled a pyramid scheme.
UK shares claw back earlier losses while the pound slides as investors continue to digest the Bank of England's latest rate decision.
The EU and the US agree the outline of a trade deal following a week of intensive TTIP negotiations - but there is still a lot of work to do.
BBC business editor Simon Jack explains whether and where the UK's vote to leave the European Union has hit the economy.
Citigroup profits fell 14% in the second quarter on weakness at its consumer banking business, results show.
People take to the streets as Zimbabwe runs out of cash and delays wages.
The Bank of England's chief economist says the economy needs a sledgehammer and supports easing monetary policy as soon as August following the decision to leave the EU
Colm O'Regan takes a look at the rapid rise of robots in the manufacturing sector.
Construction output fell by 2.1% in May compared with a month earlier, official figures show.
Shares of Japanese messaging app Line surge by 31% in its Tokyo trading debut, making it the biggest tech listing so far this year.
The Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP), which aims to reduce regulatory barriers between the US and the European Union, is at the end of its 14th round. Why are the talks taking so long?
Nintendo shares record the biggest gain in more than 30 years after millions download Pokemon Go, the virtual reality gaming app.
MPs criticise Volkswagen's failure to compensate UK owners of cars affected by the diesel emissions scandal.
Asian stock markets are logging more gains after shares on Wall Street hit fresh highs and China economic data beat expectations.
China's economy grew by slightly more than expected in the second quarter of the year as the government increased infrastructure spending.
BBC Click's Lara Lewington looks at some of the best of the week's technology news.
Technology that makes audiences feel like they are in the movie, rather than just watching it, is helping cinemas sell more tickets at higher prices.
New Chancellor of the Exchequer Philip Hammond has said the government will restore confidence in the British economy.