5 March 2015
The LibDems are intent on preventing George Osborne announcing any serious tax or spending reforms in the budget.
All 31 US banks have passed the first hurdle in the Federal Reserve's latest round of annual "stress tests" to see how they would cope in the next economic crisis.
Brazil's central bank lifts interest rates to a six-year high of 12.75% in an attempt to restrain inflation.
The Serious Fraud Office is investigating liquidity auctions held by the Bank of England during the financial crisis, the Bank says.
UK interest rates are kept unchanged again by the Bank of England, meaning they have now been at their record low of 0.5% for six years.
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