Inflation defies slowdown forecast to hit 2.1%

Finance and Legal
Inflation defies slowdown forecast to hit 2.1% 15th August 2019. Inflation in Britain accelerated to 2.1% in July, driven by rises in the prices of computer games, toys, hotel rooms, clothing and shoes. Economists had expected annual inflation to drop
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Markets falling again

Brexit
Markets falling again. 14th August 2019. Shares tumbled today as investors were spooked after the UK and US Yield curves inverted. The yield on the benchmark 10-year Treasury note on Wednesday broke below the 2-year rate, an odd bond market
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Wages surge amid rising employment

Business
Wages surge amid rising employment. 14th August 2019. Wages surged amid rising employment according figures released by the Office for National Statistics. Pay is rising at the fastest rate in 11 years with a record number of workers in employment. 
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Trade bodies to bid for no-deal ‘Readiness Grants’

Brexit
Trade bodies to bid for no-deal ‘Readiness Grants’ 14/08/2019  The government has called on 19 industry groups representing hundreds of thousands of businesses to think of “creative and practical” ways to help businesses prepare for the aftermath of a hard
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Calls for rates reform as shop vacancies peak

Business
Calls for rates reform as shop vacancies peak 14th August 2019. Shop vacancy rate worst since 2015 The number of empty shops in town centres is at its highest for four years, according to a British Retail Consortium and Springboard
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