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    Gold soared to a fresh record high as its safe-haven appeal, a weaker dollar and growing central bank appetite propelled it ahead.

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    Lloyds Banking Group has topped the list of the most complained about financial institutions for the third time. Rhian Nicholson reports.

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    Nearly half of consumers are put off switching broadband providers because they deem the process too difficult, according to regulator Ofcom.

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    The Bank of England's Monetary Policy Committee kept interest rates at their record low of 0.5% today, amid concerns of a double-dip recession.

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