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By Gerald Heneghan HSBC has seen its underlying profits rise in 2012, despite the financier being hit by a $1.9 billion (£1.26 million) fine for money laundering.
By Lauren Grice Unemployment in the euro area hit 11.9 per cent in January 2013, Eurostat has revealed today (March 1st).
By Gerald Heneghan House prices in the UK rose by 0.2 per cent during February, hitting an average cost of £162,638.
By Laura Moulden Sports Direct has acquired the Republic chain of high-street fashion shops for an undisclosed amount.
By Gerald Heneghan Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) has revealed it suffered a pre-tax loss of more than £5 billion in 2012.
By Gerald Heneghan The eurozone's financial downturn will continue into 2013, the European Commission has warned.
By Laura Moulden Workplace pension scheme membership is at its lowest level since 1997, dropping to 46 per cent.
By Gerald Heneghan Manchester has been named the worst parliamentary constituency for child poverty in the UK.
By Laura Moulden Living standards must be a "defining issue" during the next general election, the Trades Union Congress (TUC) has claimed.
By Laura Moulden Ed Miliband has pledged to bring back the 10 pence starting rate of income tax if Labour wins the next general election.