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Grant cuts for electric cars condemned 11 Oct 8:52pm Grant cuts for electric cars condemned
Motoring groups have expressed their concern over the government cutting grants for new electric and hybrid cars, calling it a "step backwards".
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Currencies in USD
GBP 1,26 -0,796%
EUR 1,13 -0,709%
CHF 1,00 -0,399%
300 jobs at risk as fashion chain Coast collapses 11 Oct 1:50pm 300 jobs at risk as fashion chain Coast collapses
Fashion chain Coast has collapsed into administration putting 300 jobs at risk.
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Home of Crufts in £800m Blackstone takeover 11 Oct 1:21pm Home of Crufts in £800m Blackstone takeover
The world's largest property investor is close to clinching an £800m-plus takeover of the NEC Group, the live events complex which plays host to Crufts.
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FTSE 100 sell-off sees £36bn wiped off value 11 Oct 11:40am FTSE 100 sell-off sees £36bn wiped off value
The FTSE 100 has seen £36bn wiped off the value of its constituent companies in a single session as the global market sell-off showed little sign of abating.
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OBR likens no-deal Brexit impact to three-day week 11 Oct 11:18am OBR likens no-deal Brexit impact to three-day week
Britain's fiscal watchdog has likened the possible scale of impact of a no-deal Brexit to the three-day week when the country was plunged into crisis more than 40 years ago.
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Patisserie Valerie owner warns on future as crisis deepens 11 Oct 8:26am Patisserie Valerie owner warns on future as crisis deepens
The crisis-hit owner of Patisserie Valerie has warned that without an immediate injection of capital there is "no scope for the business to continue trading in its current form".
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Q&A: The global stock market sell-off explained 11 Oct 7:07am Q&A: The global stock market sell-off explained
Wednesday saw the beginning of a slump in stock market values worldwide but what is behind the declines?
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HSBC to hire Guyett in wake of ‘mutiny memo’ 11 Oct 6:09am HSBC to hire Guyett in wake of ‘mutiny memo’
HSBC is to appoint a former JPMorgan banker to a top role in its global investment bank as it seeks to draw a line under a recent mutiny which has raised questions about the future of the unit.
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Rutland races to avert Gardman collapse 11 Oct 5:23am Rutland races to avert Gardman collapse
The former owner of Maplin, the electrical goods retailer which collapsed this year, is racing to prevent another of the companies it owns crashing into administration within days.
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Owner of the i and The Scotsman up for sale 11 Oct 2:28am Owner of the i and The Scotsman up for sale
Johnston Press, the company behind a string of newspaper titles including the i, The Scotsman and The Yorkshire Post, has put itself up for sale.
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