The latest stories from the Business section of the BBC News web site.
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The BBC Price of Football study finds some ticket prices in English football rising at almost twice the rate of the cost of living.
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Stocks on Wall Street make a positive start to the day, raising hopes that they can snap out of their recent losing streak.
Chip-maker Intel says profit for the third quarter rose as demand for personal computers recovered.
Abolition of the "Double Irish" is the start of global action
The German government sharply cuts its economic growth forecast for this year and next, citing "external" factors for the revision.
The Republic of Ireland's Irish finance minister announces he is abolishing the controversial "Double Irish" tax structure that exploited international differences in tax rules.
Global oil prices fall further after the International Energy Agency reports higher output and cuts its forecast for growth in demand.
US banking giant JP Morgan Chase reports a $5.6bn profit for the three months to 30 September, while rival Citigroup makes $3.4bn.
UK inflation fell to a five-year low of 1.2% in September from 1.5% the month before, official figures show, making an interest rate rise less likely.
Tesco asks three more executives to leave as the fall-out continues from the supermarket giant's £250m profit guidance overstatement.
UK fashion house Burberry reports a 7% rise in half-year revenues despite what it describes as a "difficult external environment".
Asian shares have a mixed day following a sell-off on Wall Street as investors worry about how weak global growth will affect companies' earnings.
Luxury handbag maker Mulberry sees shares dive after it tells investors full-year profits will be "significantly" below expectations.
Global regulators have launched a crackdown aimed at cutting risk in "shadow" banking - borrowing and lending which occurs outside the regulated banking sector.
India's inflation rate falls to a five-year low in September because of lower food and fuel prices.
Is the world's top regulator is taking on shadow banking?
Google chairman Eric Schmidt says the firm's biggest rival in the search space is e-commerce giant Amazon.
Indian property developer DLF's shares fall to a record low after the financial market regulator bans it from capital markets for allegedly defrauding investors.