BBC News - Business 14 February 2018

European Union grows at fastest pace for 10 years

The EU and the eurozone both expanded at their fastest pace in a decade in 2017, figures confirm.

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Stock markets brace on stronger US inflation data

Inflation rose by more than expected in January, lifting the prospect of faster interest rate rises.

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Premier League raises less from TV rights auction

BT and Sky have bid £4.4bn to screen football matches in the UK, down on the previous auction.

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Oxfam direct debit donations fall amid abuse scandal

Over three days more than a thousand people cancelled their regular donations to the charity.

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Warning over gamblers' 'VIP status'

Online bookmakers must conduct affordability checks before upgrading gamblers to VIP status, a regulator says.

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Bypass firm Galliford Try to raise £150m after Carillion collapse

The building firm is raising extra funds for the Aberdeen bypass after Carillion went into liquidation.

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GKN to sell off assets and return £2.5bn to shareholders

The engineering firms says it will no longer pursue growth at the expense of returns.

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World chess body accounts closed over president's Syria sanctions

The World Chess Federation loses its Swiss accounts as its president is under US Syria sanctions.

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South Africa's Zuma crisis: Gupta home raided by police

One of the three Gupta brothers linked to embattled President Zuma is reportedly arrested.

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Educated survivor

Tara's fundamentalist family in rural Idaho would not let her go to school, but she got a PhD from Cambridge.

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