Saturday 20 December 2014
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European markets are expected to open higher on Friday following a good day for equities in in both Asia and the US.
In the last Saturday before Christmas 13m shoppers are set to shell out £1.2bn, according to the Centre for Retail Research.
In a new twist in the Sony hack story, North Korea has apparently extended an olive branch to US offering to help investigate the attack.
Next year's general election could prove tougher for Ukip than the current opinion polls suggest, according to new research from Plymouth Universit
This year low interest rates have seen investors who bet on traditional investments receive returns tantamount to chickenfeed.
In a dramatic reversal of policy, Sony Pictures has announced that it is investigating ways to play The Interview, the North Korea comedy film star
The FBI confirmed today that a massive data breach at Sony's movie production arm was, indeed, rooted in North Korea.
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