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Consumers, businesses still not spending
Consumers and businesses are still cautious about spending, despite low interest rates.
BofA to refund Apple Pay customers
Bank of America says it will reimburse customers who have been double-charged when using the newly launched ApplePay payments service.
Lloyds Bank to cut tenth of workforce
Britain's Lloyds Banking Group is to cut a 10th of its workforce, cutting about 9,000 jobs over the next three years, a media report says, citing sources.
NSW facing gas shortage, warns AGL
NSW faces a gas shortage within three years if new coal seam gas projects are stopped from going ahead, AGL Energy warns.
Boart says recap will remove uncertainty
Troubled mining services firm Boart Longyears says it will take time to pay off its massive debt, after securing a refinancing deal with private equity.
NZ dollar drops after tepid inflation data
The annual inflation rate falling to one per cent has cleared the way for the kiwi dollar to fall from "unsustainable and unjustified" levels.
Atlas cuts costs, boosts guidance
Atlas iron has cut its production costs and lifted its full year production guidance as it deals with the lowest iron ore prices in five years
Toys'R'Us pulls 'Breaking Bad' drug dolls
Toys"R"Us has said it was pulling "Breaking Bad" dolls from its shelves after a Florida woman complained about the kids' store selling the drug-themed products.
Fletcher wins Chch home building contract
The NZ government has announced a new project to build a mix of affordable and market-priced homes in Christchurch, with Fletcher winning a contract.
AOFM sells $500m Treasury notes
The AOFM has sold $500 million of Treasury notes, maturing on February 27, 2015.