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JP Morgan to invest heavily in Dublin as part of Brexit...

International bank JP Morgan has announced its intention to invest heavily in the Irish capital of Dublin, revealing plans to create a "significant" number...
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Euro zone business activity hits highest level in six years

Euro zone business activity expanded by more than expected in the second quarter, according to the latest PMI figures released on Thursday. IHS Markit's final...
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Grocery sector sees welcome boost as growth hits highest in three...

Sales at Britain's supermarkets have finally started to pick up after a difficult couple of years, reporting the fastest growth in sales in three and...
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P2P lending platform Kuflink gain full FCA regulation

UK-based lender Kuflink confirmed on Friday that it has received full FCA regulation, becoming the newest regulated peer-to-peer lender to enter the market. Kuflink's peer-to-peer...
spending

UK Retail Sales fall the most in seven years

The UK economy was dealt a severe blow in March as retail sales fell 1.8%, the biggest drop in seven years. Not only was the...
premier league

Premier League revenues soar – but clubs still struggle to profit

Premier League football clubs saw revenues reach record highs last season, but still recorded some of the biggest losses in their history. Revenues reach £3.6 billion...
CEOs

Global economy set to grow, says IMF

The pace of global economic growth is rising, according to a new report from the International Monetary Fund, with growth forecasts upped from 3.1...
stocks

Women investing in stocks and shares up 53 percent, says Selftrade...

Investment platform Selftrade saw a significant increase in the number of women opening a stocks and shares ISA over the past few months, with numbers...
inflation

Article 50 triggered, FTSE resilient but pound sinks

Britain has now triggered Article 50, setting both the FTSE 100 and the British pound off on a volatile course. The FTSE sunk during Prime...
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Tesco shares fall after supermarket agrees to pay £129m fine

Supermarket giant Tesco has agreed to pay a fine of £129 million to avoid prosecution for its false accounting scandal, causing shares to plunge...