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US markets hit fresh record highs again on Thursday.
The UK's energy firms have been holding on to nearly £4bn of their customers' money, according to figures obtained by the BBC.
McDonald's is to move its non-US tax base from Luxembourg to the UK, according to a Bloomberg report.
The EU is taking legal action against the UK and six other nations for failing to take - or consider taking - action against Volkswagen.
The European Central Bank says it will extend its bond-buying programme until at least December 2017.
MPs say maximum stakes on fixed-odds betting terminals should be cut from £100 to £2.
National Grid agrees to sell a 61% stake in its gas pipe network to a global group of investors.
London's main share index rises but Capita shares sink 9% after it issues another profit warning.
Conditions for final-salary pension schemes will be "tough" in 2017, a review of the sector suggests, with many currently "treading water".
Japan's economy grew much slower than initially estimated in the third quarter of the year, as business investment fell.