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Euro zone inflation strengthens as investors search for signs of a stronger start to 2016 amid a raft of key price and growth data, but German consumer spending has weakened. David Pollard reports.
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The Bank of Japan has stunned markets by moving interest rates into negative territory, effectively charging financial institutions to park money with the central bank. But will it make a difference to the real economy? Kirsty Basset reports.
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The Bank of Japan shocks markets as it unveils plans to effectively charge lenders to park their cash with it, ramping up its long-running battle to kickstart the world's number three economy.
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A new app that allows users to send anonymous text messages is causing alarm among parents, politicians and some teenagers, who say it is being used as a weapon for cyber-bullying. Hayley Platt reports
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The Bank of Japan shocks markets with a negative interest rates surprise. Julian Sattherthwaite reports.
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Amazon results fell short of expectations, despite growth in holiday shopping and its cloud services business. Stocks rose in Thursay's trading session. Bobbi Rebell reports.
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Mattel is trying to broaden the appeal of its iconic doll by rolling out three new sizes: tall, petite and curvy. Bobbi Rebell reports.
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Britain's economy ended 2015 on a soft note after the annual pace of growth slowed to its weakest in nearly three years as the global economic slowdown weighed on its previously rapid expansion. David Pollard reports.
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France and Iran have hailed a set of business tie-ups and export deals. As Sonia Legg reports they include the sale of dozens of Airbus planes and a car factory revamp that re-ignites a decades-old relationship between Tehran and carmaker Peugeot.
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Alibaba produced solid results despite the slowdown in China's economy. It saw huge growth in mobile revenue. Fred Katayama reports.
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Deutsche Bank Chief Executive John Cryan urges investors to bear with him as he expects the overhaul of Germany's biggest lender to peak this year, following a record loss in 2015. Hayley Platt reports
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Japanese Economy Minister Akira Amari says he is resigning to take responsibility for a political funding scandal that has rocked the government, but denies having taken bribes. Sara Hemrajani reports.