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EU mulls $20bn tariffs on US goods over Boeing subsidy row

The European Union's competition watchdog released the 11-page list of US imports it could target on Wednesday, which include agricultural produce from dried fruit to ketchup, fish, tobacco, handbags and suitcases

Greece seeks early repayment of €10bn IMF loan

Greek government spokesman Dimitris Tzanakopoulos said on Monday that his country is hoping to repay a "significant portion" of its remaining €9.6bn (£8.3bn) owed to the IMF, ahead of schedule

Former Volkswagen boss Winterkorn indicted on fraud charges over ‘dieselgate’ scandal

Martin Winterkorn faces four charges, with prosecutors saying he failed to prevent the manipulation of Volkswagen engines that enabled the cars to falsify results

UK travel stocks soar as Brexit delayed until October

The relative certainty brought by the decision to extend Article 50 led to the sector providing the top three biggest gainers on the FTSE 100 index on the day

Business giants to report ethnicity pay gap

A total of 15 companies have signed up to the initiative aimed at tackling workplace inequality and are urging others to follow suit

UK car exports to China fall by 72% in January

Figures released by the Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders (SMMT) showed a decline across both the domestic and international markets for British-made vehicles, as overall production fell by 18.2% year-on-year in the first month of 2019

Wonga customers have been cast aside, MPs say

Around 10,500 people had complaints open with the Financial Ombudsman Service (FOS) when the Wonga went bust last year

Oddbins falls into administration with 550 jobs at risk

Sky News reported this week that European Food Brokers (EFB), which has owned Oddbins since its previous collapse in 2011, had filed a notice of intention to appoint Duff & Phelps to handle an insolvency

TSB blames IT meltdown for £105.4m loss in 2018

The bank said the failed migration of 1.3 billion customer records to a new IT system in April led to £330.2m in costs in the year to 31 December

Eight banks face EU probe for possible market collusion

The EU's competition watchdog has informed the companies - which it refused to identify - of its preliminary view that they breached anti-trust rules by colluding to distort competition while trading European government bonds (EGBs) from 2007 to 2012