The Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership aims to create the world's biggest free trade zone
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European Commission fines banks that formed illegal cartels to rig benchmark interest rates
After failed bid from Co-op, Lloyds turns to 'Plan B' and reopens TSB as a separate bank
Interest rates soar as governing coalition descends into chaos in row over EU austerity measures
France, Spain and the Netherlands to be given a waiver on the annual 3% deficit limit
Oil bosses could be prosecuted if they are found to have rigged petrol prices, Prime Minister warns
Computer giant punished for omitting a single line of code from Windows 7 update