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Bank warns of money 'scramble'

Anything other than a decisive No vote in the Scottish referendum risks an economic slump in the country, banking giant UBS has warned.

Thomas Cook sees German slowdown

Europe's uncertain economic prospects cast a cloud over Thomas Cook's recovery today after a slowdown in bookings in Germany.

Yes vote austerity warning issued

First Minister Alex Salmond has insisted Scotland cannot default on a debt it is not legally liable for

An independent Scotland would face "unprecedented austerity" and be forced to introduce its own currency within one year if it reneges on its share of UK debts, according to a report.

Ireland's business tax faces test

Ireland's much-maligned corporation tax is facing its stiffest test after a world recognised think-tank set out far-reaching reforms to halt aggressive tax avoidance by big business.

New record high for property prices

Property values in London are rising faster than the rest of the country

House prices have reached a new record high of £272,000 across the UK as the average property value in London has topped half a million pounds for the first time, an official report shows.

HR excellence puts firms in line for coveted awards

. Lorna Pestana, chairwoman of the CIPD Jersey branch

Some of the Island’s biggest companies are in line for an award for their employment practices after a shortlist of names for annual accolades handed out by the leading human resources professional body were announced.

Long-term deal for ferry company

The £50m 102-metre vessel built by Austal whichwill be plying the route between Jersey and the UK

A ten-year deal for Condor Ferries to continue to provide passenger and freight services between the UK, Channel Islands and France has been signed.

Broadband boost for users on the go

Some 95% of households have at least one mobile phone, 84% have a landline and 82% an internet connection

Islanders will be able to access superfast broadband on the move from next year after licences were granted to the Island's three telecoms companies to provide revolutionary 4G networks.