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Parents spend £400 more a month than single people  PARENTS reveal that life before children is £400 a month cheaper, according to new research. A poll of 2,000 adults found an average month costs around £1,406 for those with...
The Treasury's currency report was all about China.  Although the country wasn't named a manipulator.
UK retail sales in steepest drop since March  Sales volumes fell by 0.8% in September as customers spent less on food after the hot summer.
Firms to highlight employee ownership as an exit option  Representatives from two Tayside firms who have made the move to employee ownership will speak at a Scottish Enterprise event to encourage other business owners to...
UK retail sales pull back after summer splurge  Drop from August driven by sharpest decline in food sales since 2015
Gatwick publishes plans to develop second runway  The airport plans to convert an existing standby runway rather than build from scratch
Retail sales slide as appetite for food dips  Retail sales fell by a worse than expected 0.8% in September after a slide in demand at food stores following a bumper summer, official figures showed.
Domino's Pizza trims profit guidance despite online sales jump  Online sales rose by 11.4 per cent and accounted for over three quarters of total sales in the third quarter, the group's latest results show.
UK plastics sector plays vital environmental role  Sir David Attenborough’s beautifully-filmed Blue Planet documentary series has proved to be one of the most watched – and most influential – television programmes of the past...
Takeda gets Japanese approval for $62 billion Shire purchase  Takeda Pharmaceutical Co Ltd said on Thursday Japan's Fair Trade Commission had approved its $62 billion acquisition of Shire Plc , bringing the Japanese firm...
New Look to close 120 stores in China exit  New Look has confirmed plans to close its remaining 120 stores in China after deciding its below-par sales and profits did not justify continued investment in the country.
Indonesia raids home of Lippo Group deputy chairman in bribery probe  Indonesia's anti-graft agency said on Thursday it had raided 10 locations, including the home of Lippo Group Deputy Chairman James Riady, as part of a...
Tesla pays $140m for Shanghai factory land lease  Facility located near port to have capacity of about 250,000 vehicles a year
Terry Smith's new trust smashing its target shows star fund manager appeal is as strong as ever  The £822.5million raised by Smithson Investment Trust is a remarkable amount of money taken in isolation, but when you consider...
UK fashion retailer New Look to exit China, close 120 stores  British fashion group New Look said on Thursday it has decided to exit its retail business in China and intends to close its remaining 120 stores there by the end of ...
Domino's growth cools amid consumer uncertainty  Domino's Pizza reported a sharp slowdown in UK sales growth and trimmed its profit outlook after "evident uncertainty" among UK consumers and the summer heatwave.
IPF boosted by digital growth but takes a hit from Polish tax proposals  Credit lender International Personal Finance said it has delivered a good performance in the year to date, boosted by strong growth at its digital arm.
Asia stocks falter as dollar, U.S. yields rise to one-week high  China's benchmark stock index skidded to four-year lows on Thursday, dragging Asian equities lower, while the dollar hit a one-week high as minutes of the...
Minister backing fracking drive has never visited shale site  Energy minister Claire Perry, who has defended fracking admits she has ‘not yet had the opportunity’ to visit any site The minister spearheading the UK’s renewed...
Blackstone concedes defeat to Canada's Oxford in battle for Australia's Investa  Private equity giant Blackstone Group has quit a takeover battle for Australian office-block owner Investa Office Fund after it was gazumped by...
Pound LIVE: GBP Sterling struggling to hold ground as EU leaders SCRAP Brexit summit  THE pound is struggling to make gains against the euro as Brexit negotiations continue to take centre stage in exchange rate news. European...
FTSE LIVE: Domino's Pizza delivers despite UK uncertainty; Unilever misses analyst sales forecasts  Domino's Pizza said UK sales rose 2.2 per cent in the last three months despite 'evident uncertainty among UK...
Pernod Ricard gets fiscal year off to upbeat start  Demand for spirits in China, India soars
VW to offer buyer incentive for scrapping older German diesels  Volkswagen on Thursday said it will offer trade-in incentives and a bonus for scrapping older diesel vehicles in Germany, in a move to stave off driving bans in...
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