BBC News - Business 29 March 2018

Bargain Booze firm Conviviality close to administration

Conviviality, which owns Bargain Booze and Wine Rack, announces plans to file for administration.

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Barclays pays $2bn to settle US fraud case

The US had sued the bank for alleged fraud over the sale of mortgage-backed securities.

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Trump attacks Amazon for paying 'little or no taxes'

As well as its tax record, President Trump launches into Amazon for destroying retail jobs.

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VW to buy back cars hit by German city diesel bans

Volkswagen says it will buy back new or nearly new diesel cars affected by diesel bans in German cities

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Bonus pay gap revealed at Facebook UK

Women working at Facebook in the UK are paid bonuses worth less than 60% of those their male colleagues receive.

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Borrowing more likely than saving in UK

Households became net borrowers last year for the first time since data began to be collected in 1987.

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Air India sale: Who'll buy the debt-laden carrier?

The government is to try to sell a 76% stake in the airline in a long-awaited privatisation.

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Brexit: UK hopes to roll over 40 EU trade deals, says Liam Fox

Liam Fox says he hopes to have the arrangements with 70 countries in place by the end of 2020.

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Row over deposit demands on tenants

MPs and landlords are at loggerheads over the acceptable level of deposits demanded of tenants in England.

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UK house price growth 'subdued in March'

The Nationwide building society says prices grew at an annual rate of 2.1%.

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Renault shares jump after Nissan merger report

Shares in the French car maker accelerate after a report that it is in merger talks with Nissan.

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