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S&P 500 hits new record high

The S&P 500 benchmark index hit an all-time high on Tuesday and equalled its longest bull run.

'Continuous' talks in bid for Brexit breakthrough

Britain will hold continuous negotiations with the EU from now on in a bid to achieve a breakthrough in Brexit talks.

Struggling Capita poaches Go-Ahead finance chief

Capita, the embattled outsourcing group which‎ runs London's Congestion Charge, has poached the finance chief of a FTSE-250 transport company as it seeks to accelerate its restructuring.

Business app Slack valued at £5.6bn

Slack has raised $472m in its latest funding round, valuing the popular business messaging app at more than $7.1bn (£5.6bn).

US imposes fresh sanctions over Russian cyber attacks

The US Treasury has imposed fresh sanctions against Russian actors in connection with the Kremlin's aggressive cyber attacks.

Manufacturers boosted by weakness of pound - CBI

Britain's export business remains "strong" and is continuing to benefit from the weaker pound, a survey has found.

'Love Island effect' rubs off as male skincare sales rise

The Love Island boys' preference for minimal body hair and clear sun-tanned complexions may have rubbed off on the sale of male skincare products.

Scepticism as Venezuela chops five zeros off currency

Venezuela is facing its first day of trading after the president removed five zeros from the crippled bolivar - by printing a new currency.

Boost for Hammond as UK logs £2bn budget surplus

Chancellor Philip Hammond has received a boost from official data showing public finances posted their biggest July surplus for 18 years.

Microsoft disrupts new Russian US election hacking bid

Microsoft has disrupted an attempt by Russian hackers to interfere in the US midterms in accordance with a court order, the company has said.

Families 'in fear of bailiffs' as debt level hits £19bn

Households have fallen behind on essential bills like council tax and electricity by as much as £18bn, according to Citizens Advice, which says "families are living in fear" of bailiffs turning up.

House of Fraser's flagship store saved from closure

House of Fraser's flagship store in London's Oxford Street has been spared closure, new owner Sports Direct has said.

Trump: 'No time frame' to end China trade war

President Trump has said he does not "anticipate much" from this week's talks with China aimed at resolving the trade dispute between the world's two largest economies.

Liam Fox: UK can be an 'exporting superpower'

Britain can become a "21st century exporting superpower", Liam Fox will claim as he outlines plans to encourage greater exports post-Brexit.

Foreign Secretary to call for more sanctions on Russia

Jeremy Hunt will use his first speech as foreign secretary to call for further sanctions on Russia in response to the Salisbury novichok poisonings.

600 jobs at House of Fraser warehouses 'at risk'

More than 600 jobs are under threat at House of Fraser warehouses operated by XPO Logistics, a union has said.

Fashion site Farfetch seeks New York share float

Farfetch, a London-based luxury fashion website, has filed plans to list on the New York Stock Exchange.

PepsiCo buys fizzy drinks firm SodaStream for £2.5bn

Drinks and snacks giant PepsiCo has bought Israel's fizzy drink maker SodaStream for $3.2bn (£2.5bn).

Living wage 'failing to cover basic needs of families'

Parents working full-time on the minimum wage are still not earning enough to provide their families with a no-frills lifestyle, research suggests.

Chaos at Gatwick as staff handwrite flight info

Staff at Gatwick Airport have had to write information about flight departures on whiteboards after a technical issue means screens have failed.