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What would it take for North Korea to join the IMF? 12 Oct 4:55pm What would it take for North Korea to join the IMF?
Joining would require the North to open up about its economy, but human rights are unlikely to be an issue.
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US bank gains help lift share markets 12 Oct 4:40pm Updated US bank gains help lift share markets
JP Morgan Chase boss Jamie Dimon says the US economy is strong despite "geopolitical issues".
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China car sales slump ripples globally 12 Oct 2:52pm China car sales slump ripples globally
Car sales in China - the world's biggest car market - slipped in September for the third month in a row.
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Rescue plan for Patisserie Valerie 12 Oct 1:39pm Updated Rescue plan for Patisserie Valerie
Entrepreneur Luke Johnson, who owns 37% of the firm, has provided up to £20m in the form of loans.
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Jamal Khashoggi: Branson halts $1bn Saudi investment talks 12 Oct 1:20pm Updated Jamal Khashoggi: Branson halts $1bn Saudi investment talks
Virgin boss says the disappearance of a journalist raises questions about dealing with the Saudis.
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Hamleys reports toughest year since 1760 12 Oct 10:01am Updated Hamleys reports toughest year since 1760
The world's oldest toy retailer, Hamleys, plunges into the red after a "challenging year".
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Patisserie Valerie says finance chief arrested 12 Oct 10:01am Updated Patisserie Valerie says finance chief arrested
The embattled chain says Chris Marsh was arrested and bailed, meanwhile the SFO is investigating.
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Regis hairdressing group seeks rescue 12 Oct 8:37am Regis hairdressing group seeks rescue
The firm is looking to slash rents as it struggles with lower footfall and the apprenticeship levy.
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Pub industry in plea over Budget tax rise 12 Oct 7:16am Pub industry in plea over Budget tax rise
An alliance of publicans and brewers warns 6,000 pubs could close over five years if beer duty rises.
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Sports Direct buys iconic Glasgow Frasers building 12 Oct 6:51am Updated Sports Direct buys iconic Glasgow Frasers building
It plans to secure the iconic Frasers building for £95m and turn it into the "Harrods of the North".
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RBS pays first dividend in 10 years 12 Oct 6:29am RBS pays first dividend in 10 years
The bank pays 190,000 small shareholders 2p a share, the first payout since the 2008 financial crisis.
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