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Packaging giant Bunzl’s profit warning stuns investors

Used a paper plate or serviette at a party lately?

Airline industry faces turbulence ahead

Lufthansa, Germany's largest airline and the third-biggest in Europe by stock market value, reported an operating loss of €336m (£290m) for the first three months of the year

Russian-owned US aluminium plant a victory for Donald Trump

Another, perhaps, will be today's announcement from Rusal, the Russian aluminium giant, that it is investing $200m (£153m) in what is expected to be America's largest new aluminium plant in 37 years

How William Hill is hoping to score in US sports betting...

If Philip Bowcock gets his way, though, you might soon start to think of a UK gaming company that has expanded very successfully in the United States

The extraordinary family row at the heart of Aldi

But the secretive clan behind one half of the Aldi discount supermarket chain has found itself under attack for its ostentatious lifestyle

Renewed crisis of confidence in Turkey as economy creaks

Calm, of a sort, was restored in September when the Turkish central bank shrugged aside pressure from Mr Erdogan and cranked up interest rates from 17.75% to 24% in an attempt to curb runaway inflation

Market strategists signal caution after strong first quarter

Global equities as measured by the FTSE All World Index, which measures 98% of the world's equity market capitalisation and whose 3,195 constituents include Microsoft, Apple, Nestle and Royal Dutch Shell, rose by 11.4% during the first three months of the year

Investor anxiety pushes bond market to extremes

Quite a lot of people, to judge by what has been happening in the bond market

Ferguson returns to the UK after Swiss tax changes

In the name of tackling tax avoidance, the then Labour government had changed the rules on how profits earned in low-tax countries elsewhere were taxed in the UK, sparking a rush among companies with comparatively few earnings derived in Britain to move their domiciles elsewhere

Can Shell really crack the green energy market?

Few would volunteer, as an answer to that question, the name of Royal Dutch Shell