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Bank of England unanimous on 0.50% rate
Bank of England policymakers unanimously agreed to keep its main interest rate at a record low level of 0.50 percent.
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Spanish economic growth to gather pace
The Bank of Spain says the country's economy continues to show signs of recovery, growing by 0.5 percent in the second quarter compared with the previous three months.
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Daimler profit rises
The German carmaker Daimler reported a 12-per-cent rise in second-quarter profit thanks to strong demand for its luxury Mercedes-Benz cars.
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UK's FTSE flat, Capita gains on strong results
Britain's top share index steadied, as tensions between the West and Russia and the conflict in Gaza made investors cautious.
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Lambie keen to flex his biceps
Sharks flyhalf Pat Lambie is looking forward to more game time in Saturday’s Super Rugby clash against the Crusaders.
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Amla expresses confidence in Tahir
SA skipper Hashim Amla has backed struggling leg-spinner Imran Tahir to come good as a match-winning bowler.
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City’s U-21s blow whistle on racism
City’s U-21s abandoned a friendly against Croatia’s HNK Rijeka after one of their players was apparently racially abused.
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Barca poach Valencia defender
Barcelona has signed Valencia’s French defender Jeremy Mathieu for a fee of $26.9 million the Catalan club says.
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‘Helping hand’ tries to rape woman
A man has been arrested for attempted rape, robbery, and perjury after he allegedly robbed and tried to rape a woman he had offered to help.
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ANC welcomes Gaza envoy plan
The ANC has welcomed President Zuma's announcement that South Africa would send a special envoy to Israel and Palestine.
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Krejcir trial: State witness continues testimony
State witness Bhekizitha Khumalo continued to give evidence in the trial of Czech fugitive Radovan Krejcir and five others.
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EFF to face criminal charges over ‘anarchy’
The EFF and Julius Malema will face criminal charges after the “anarchy” they caused at the Gauteng Legislature.
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