BBC News - Business 3 January 2018

Festive joy for Next as sales rise

Next shares jump after after cold weather boosts pre-Christmas trading.

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TPP: Could UK really join Pacific trade group?

The 11 members of the Trans Pacific-Partnership account for about 8% of British exports.

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Carillion probed by financial watchdog

Troubled construction firm faces FCA investigation following a series of profit warnings

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Mifid II: the new rules aimed at avoiding another crash

Will new European banking rules make financial markets more transparent?

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DJ Khaled signs up for Weight Watchers

Shares gain 8% after the music producer becomes the weight loss firm's new social media ambassador.

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Thousands benefit from stamp duty cut, says Theresa May

The PM says 16,000 home-buyers have saved money since November's cut - but Labour says it drives up prices.

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Why new rules threaten the survival of traditional banks

Banks will have to change radically to survive amid challenges from tech firms, a bank boss says.

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Fed up with motorway driving? Switch to VR

Fed up with motorway driving? Now you can switch to virtual reality thanks to a new driverless car from Renault.

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