BBC News - Business Tata Steel: Unions close to deal to keep Port Talbot open 2016-12-05T15:46:50.000000Z Unions are close to agreeing a deal with Tata Steel which would keep the Port Talbot works open along with other UK plants, BBC Wales understands. Italian banks' shares fall after vote 2016-12-05T15:44:37.000000Z Shares in Italian banks lose ground in volatile trade, following Prime Minister Matteo Renzi's heavy defeat in Sunday's referendum. FTSE 100 higher as markets stabilise after Italy vote 2016-12-05T12:37:57.000000Z UK shares rise, as European markets shrug off the result from Italy's referendum. Troubled times 2016-12-05T11:58:48.000000Z Italy's struggling banks now face added uncertainty after Prime Minister Matteo Renzi's heavy referendum defeat. Trump attacks China in Twitter outburst 2016-12-05T11:31:52.000000Z US President-elect Donald Trump tweets criticism of China's monetary and South China Sea policies. Doom-mongers? 2016-12-05T11:09:48.000000Z Were the official GDP forecasts from the Office for Budget Responsibility too gloomy? UK service sector growth 'continues to strengthen' 2016-12-05T10:35:41.000000Z The UK's key service sector grew at its fastest pace since January last month, according to a closely watched survey. 'Dangerous wait' with fire-risk dryers 2016-12-05T09:51:45.000000Z Households with fire-prone tumble dryers still face "unacceptable" delays for repairs, a consumer group says. RBS settles three claims over 2008 fund raising 2016-12-05T09:37:20.000000Z Royal Bank of Scotland has reached a deal with three of five shareholder groups who allege they were misled over the bank's £12bn fund raising in 2008. Shenzhen-Hong Kong trading scheme kicks off 2016-12-05T05:15:59.000000Z Cross-border share trading between Shenzhen and Hong Kong gets underway after a one-year delay.