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7 Oct 11:59pm Updated U.S. Blacklists 28 Chinese Entities Over Abuses in Xinjiang
The companies and security bureaus were barred from buying American products because of their roles in human rights violations against Muslim minorities, the Trump administration said.
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F.D.A. Approves New H.I.V.-Prevention Drug, but Not for Cisgender Women 7 Oct 9:32pm F.D.A. Approves New H.I.V.-Prevention Drug, but Not for Cisgender Women
Citing a lack of evidence, the agency will require Gilead to conduct additional trials.
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Swine Fever? Trade War? China Turns to Strategic Pork Reserve 7 Oct 8:53pm Swine Fever? Trade War? China Turns to Strategic Pork Reserve
The tariff fight has added to Chinese shoppers’ grocery bills. How is the government coping? By tapping its gigantic stockpile of emergency meat.
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US blacklists 28 Chinese companies and government agencies over Uighur repression 7 Oct 8:09pm US blacklists 28 Chinese companies and government agencies over Uighur repression
Xinjiang Police College and video surveillance company Hikvision among those blacklisted for implications in human rights violations The US Commerce Department said on Monday it was putting 28 Chinese public security bureaus and companies – including video surveillance company Hikvision – on a US trade blacklist over Beijing’s treatment of Uighur Muslims and other predominantly Muslim ethnic minorities. Those added to the so-called “Entity List” include the Xinjiang Uighur Autonomous Region People’s Government Public Security Bureau, 19 subordinate government agencies and eight commercial firms, according to a Commerce Department filing. The companies include Zhejiang Dahua Technology, IFLYTEK Co, Xiamen Meiya Pico Information Co and Yixin Science and Technology Co.
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PopSugar Acquired by Group Nine Media in Latest Digital Media Deal 7 Oct 7:59pm PopSugar Acquired by Group Nine Media in Latest Digital Media Deal
Group Nine, run by Ben Lerer, adds a brand with an audience of young women to its roster of websites.
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NBCUniversal Shakes Up Leadership at Peacock, Its Streaming Service 7 Oct 7:26pm Updated NBCUniversal Shakes Up Leadership at Peacock, Its Streaming Service
A new leader was announced for the company’s competitor to Netflix and Disney Plus, which is scheduled for an April debut.
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7 Oct 7:12pm Can UK bookseller James Daunt revive Barnes & Noble?
Waterstones boss James Daunt has taken charge of America's biggest bookseller, the ailing Barnes & Noble.
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7 Oct 7:05pm IFS: No-deal Brexit would push UK debt to 50-year high
Government borrowing would reach its highest level in over half a century, the think tank warns.
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U.S. Using Trade Deals to Shield Tech Giants From Foreign Regulators 7 Oct 6:58pm Updated U.S. Using Trade Deals to Shield Tech Giants From Foreign Regulators
The push is the latest salvo in a global fight over who gets to set the rules for the internet.
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Impeachment Fight May Help a New NAFTA Deal 7 Oct 6:28pm Updated Impeachment Fight May Help a New NAFTA Deal
As a delegation of Democrats heads to Mexico, the impeachment battle could be a plus when it comes to ratifying a new North American trade agreement.
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Edible Scotch Pods Cause ‘a Bit of a Stir’ With Whisky Fans 7 Oct 6:15pm Updated Edible Scotch Pods Cause ‘a Bit of a Stir’ With Whisky Fans
Glenlivet’s new cocktail capsules come in small pouches, and you can eat them like grapes. But all people can think about is laundry detergent.
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ON THE BOARD: Sir John Kingman, Tesco Bank 7 Oct 5:40pm Updated ON THE BOARD: Sir John Kingman, Tesco Bank
Kingman was yesterday named a non-executive director of the supermarket chain's banking arm, and is expected to become chairman once regulatory hoops have been cleared.
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German gloom as latest figures suggest country is already in recession 7 Oct 5:40pm Updated German gloom as latest figures suggest country is already in recession
Finance Minister Olaf Scholz has said that Germany would be able to cope with an economic crisis but added he did not expect a downturn to be as bad as it was in 2008/09.
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De La Rue appoints Clive Vacher as new chief exec 7 Oct 5:39pm Updated De La Rue appoints Clive Vacher as new chief exec
Clive Vacher joined yesterday at a tricky time for the business. After a French rival beat it to the passport deal in 2017, it announced a string of profit warnings.
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Mike Ashley pledges to fight on with House of Fraser 7 Oct 5:39pm Updated Mike Ashley pledges to fight on with House of Fraser
In a thundering statement, the Sports Direct boss said he was renewing leases and investing in the department store chain as he battles to revive its fortunes having bought it out of administration.
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Do You Really Need a Straw With That? 7 Oct 5:36pm Updated Do You Really Need a Straw With That?
As plastic alternatives proliferate, some choose to sip instead of suck.
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7 Oct 4:53pm Thomas Cook refund website sees 60,000 claims on day one
The Civil Aviation Authority says the process is now running smoothly after delays due to high demand.
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City grandee Michael Spencer gallops in to support £100m sale of bookie The Tote 7 Oct 4:51pm City grandee Michael Spencer gallops in to support £100m sale of bookie The Tote
The Tote is being sold by gambling empire Betfred to Alizeti Capital. The bookie was created by Winston Churchill as a state-backed alternative to illegal gambling in 1928 when he was Chancellor.
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Shares in Woodford Patient Capital Trust hits record low after falling 4.1% 7 Oct 4:51pm Shares in Woodford Patient Capital Trust hits record low after falling 4.1%
The stock market listed trust, which raised £800m from investors when it opened in April 2015, has been caught up in the crisis engulfing fund manager Neil Woodford's empire.
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ALEX BRUMMER: Crossroads for the London Stock Exchange 7 Oct 4:50pm ALEX BRUMMER: Crossroads for the London Stock Exchange
Deadline day is tomorrow for the Hong Kong Stock Exchange to make its formal bid for the London Stock Exchange. The timing could not be worse for Charles Li and HKEX.
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Marks and Spencer pins revival hopes on relaunch Per Una fashion label 7 Oct 4:50pm Marks and Spencer pins revival hopes on relaunch Per Una fashion label
The company said it has kicked off a major campaign to try to shift the perceptions that its clothes are dowdy and 'too frilly' as it tries to broaden its appeal to a younger, 'family age' customer.
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Layoffs and Canceled Shows at WBAI-FM, a New York Radio Original 7 Oct 4:47pm Updated Layoffs and Canceled Shows at WBAI-FM, a New York Radio Original
The foundation that owns the station abruptly scrapped local voices on Monday while also laying off 10 of 12 employees.
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Chris Collins Found a Constitutional Protection for Congress Goes Only So Far 7 Oct 4:27pm Chris Collins Found a Constitutional Protection for Congress Goes Only So Far
A judge rejected Mr. Collins’s argument that the “speech or debate” clause shielded materials in his insider-trading case from a Justice Department inquiry.
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No-deal Brexit would push borrowing above £100bn, IFS warns 7 Oct 4:16pm No-deal Brexit would push borrowing above £100bn, IFS warns
A no-deal Brexit would see government borrowing rise to almost £100bn a year and overall debt reaching levels not seen since the 1960s, a leading economic think-tank has warned.
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Walter Hood Wins the Gish Prize 7 Oct 4:10pm Updated Walter Hood Wins the Gish Prize
The landscape designer, public artist and MacArthur fellow will receive a cash award of about $250,000.
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7 Oct 3:27pm Updated Quartz Editor in Chief Steps Down in Shake-Up
Kevin Delaney co-founded the digital publication in 2012.
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Jeffrey Katzenberg’s Mobile Start-Up, Quibi, Makes a Deal With ESPN 7 Oct 2:34pm Jeffrey Katzenberg’s Mobile Start-Up, Quibi, Makes a Deal With ESPN
With $1 billion to work with, the veteran Hollywood executive finds more material for his short-form video platform.
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PM urged to stop Trump imposing tariffs on Scotch whisky 7 Oct 1:36pm PM urged to stop Trump imposing tariffs on Scotch whisky
Boris Johnson has been urged to try and stop Donald Trump imposing 25% tariffs on Scotch whisky.
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NBCUniversal Changes Leadership at Its Streaming Service, Peacock 7 Oct 1:18pm NBCUniversal Changes Leadership at Its Streaming Service, Peacock
A new leader was announced for the company’s competitor to Netflix and Disney Plus, which is scheduled for an April debut.
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Now is the time for the government to increase the supply of homes | Larry Elliott 7 Oct 1:03pm Now is the time for the government to increase the supply of homes | Larry Elliott
A cut in stamp duty may be politically expedient for Sajid Javed, but it would be a big mistake For anybody who has their home on the market, the news from the
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Universal Resort Costumed Character Made White Supremacy Sign, Family Says 7 Oct 11:47am Updated Universal Resort Costumed Character Made White Supremacy Sign, Family Says
The actor, who was dressed as a “Despicable Me” character and posed for photographs with two biracial children, made an upside-down “O.K.” sign with his fingers.
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7 Oct 11:18am Thomas Cook refund website sees 40,000 claims on day one
The Civil Aviation Authority says the process is now running smoothly after delays due to high demand.
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Climate and Energy Experts Debate How to Respond to a Warming World 7 Oct 10:53am Climate and Energy Experts Debate How to Respond to a Warming World
Experts in energy and environmental fields weigh in on the need for an urgent transition to alternative energy.
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Pizza Express lining up for painful debt restructuring 7 Oct 10:31am Pizza Express lining up for painful debt restructuring
Lenders expected to be bruised while fears for chain’s immediate health played down Pizza Express appears destined for a debt restructuring that could bruise its lenders, as sources with knowledge of the situation played down concerns it was in financial difficulty. The pizza chain is reportedly in early talks to refinance two tranches of borrowing worth a combined £665m, part of a debt pile that had reached £1.1bn by the end of December 2018.
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Super-rich renting London homes for £5,000-plus a week amid Brexit worries 7 Oct 10:03am Super-rich renting London homes for £5,000-plus a week amid Brexit worries
Weak pound means overseas tenants able to increase budgets, says Knight Frank Mounting uncertainty around Brexit and the global economy has prompted growing numbers of super-rich people to rent rather than buy in London, with demand for lettings at £5,000-plus a week hitting a seven-year high. Knight Frank, the upmarket estate agent, recorded 40 lettings for super-prime properties between April and June, up from 33 a year earlier and the highest second-quarter figure for more than seven years. There were 153 super-prime tenancies agreed in the year to June, up from 130 and the highest annual total. Super-prime tenancies are defined as those at £5,000 or more a week.
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7 Oct 10:03am Updated Daryl Morey backtracks after Hong Kong tweet causes Chinese backlash
The general manager of the Houston Rockets had expressed support for Hong Kong protesters.
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UK retail sales spooked by Brexit, as German factory orders slide - as it happened 7 Oct 9:51am UK retail sales spooked by Brexit, as German factory orders slide - as it happened
Rolling coverage of the latest economic and financial news, as UK retailers suffer their worst September since at least 1995
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From the Rooftops, Big Box Stores Are Embracing Solar 7 Oct 9:44am Updated From the Rooftops, Big Box Stores Are Embracing Solar
Target and Walmart are trying to out-green each other in proving to customers they are environmentally responsible businesses.
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Seeking New Energy, an English Town Digs Deep 7 Oct 9:42am Updated Seeking New Energy, an English Town Digs Deep
The county of Cornwall hopes that tapping an underground rock formation will bring electricity, economic stimulus and year-round swimming.
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Is the U.S. Oil Industry Dominant? On the Verge of Oblivion? Neither 7 Oct 9:40am Updated Is the U.S. Oil Industry Dominant? On the Verge of Oblivion? Neither
Energy dominance is not possible in today’s world, but even if new restrictions are imposed to ease climate change, the industry has reason to be optimistic.
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Electric Roads Could Be a Path to a Driverless Future 7 Oct 9:37am Updated Electric Roads Could Be a Path to a Driverless Future
Israel and Sweden experiment with a new way to increase the uses of electric cars.
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Did I Really Want to Visit That Oil Field? 7 Oct 9:34am Updated Did I Really Want to Visit That Oil Field?
The answer was yes, and the experience was both eerie and enthralling.
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How to claim EU flight delay compensation | (EC) 261/2004 7 Oct 9:29am How to claim EU flight delay compensation | (EC) 261/2004
Passengers who are on a flight which is heavily delayed or cancelled have the right to compensation under European law. We explain what how much you're entitled to and how to claim it.
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Pipelines From Russia Cross Political Lines 7 Oct 9:28am Updated Pipelines From Russia Cross Political Lines
Critics say the Nord Stream 2 project would make Germany too dependent on Russian natural gas and economically punish Ukraine.
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Energy Transition? Not So Fast, One Expert Says 7 Oct 9:25am Updated Energy Transition? Not So Fast, One Expert Says
One of Britain’s foremost authorities on energy predicts the transition from fossil fuels will take longer and be more expensive than people hope.
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Oil Companies Ponder Climate Change, but Profits Still Rule 7 Oct 9:24am Updated Oil Companies Ponder Climate Change, but Profits Still Rule
They are caught between investors who want greener energy and those who simply want a strong return on their investments.
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Thomas Cook refund website crashes after 7 Oct 9:16am Thomas Cook refund website crashes after "unprecedented demand"
The Thomas Cook website set up to deal with customer refunds in the wake of the firm's collapse has crashed moments after going live.
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Website set up to refund Thomas Cook customers under strain 7 Oct 9:13am Website set up to refund Thomas Cook customers under strain
‘Unprecedented demand’ for CAA service leaves customers angry and frustrated A refunds website set up for Thomas Cook customers with future holiday bookings struggled to cope with the “unprecedented demand” as the final repatriation flight touched down in the UK. What was described as the largest-ever refunds programme of its kind was launched by the UK’s Civil Aviation Authority on Monday – but many customers were left angry and frustrated after receiving error messages when attempting to submit their claims.
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From the right bedding to quality mattresses, follow these tips to aid a decent night sleep 7 Oct 9:06am Updated From the right bedding to quality mattresses, follow these tips to aid a decent night sleep
A U.S. study recently reported that if students really want to gain perfect grades they'll need a whole month of perfect slumber. Here are some of the latest advances in the basics of bedtime.
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Savers are attracted to risky investments with risk-free adverts, finds Which? 7 Oct 8:41am Savers are attracted to risky investments with risk-free adverts, finds Which?
Which? found more people were drawn to adverts promising high returns than those which explained that investors' capital could be at risk in the event things went wrong.
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UK retailers demand Brexit deal after worst September on record 7 Oct 7:54am UK retailers demand Brexit deal after worst September on record
Consumers holding off from non-essential purchases due to uncertain outlook, says BRC
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7 Oct 7:50am Drax: Block on power station development over-ruled
The Planning Inspectorate had ruled against new gas-fired turbines on climate change concerns.
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HSBC plans to cut 10,000 more jobs worldwide, says report 7 Oct 7:42am Updated HSBC plans to cut 10,000 more jobs worldwide, says report
Bank forced to shed jobs due to low interest rates, Brexit and global tariff wars HSBC plans to lay off up to 10,000 staff as it embarks on a fresh cost-cutting drive just months after ousting its chief executive. The cuts would mostly affect high-paid roles and shrink the global workforce by 4%,
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Building supplies firm SIG sees its shares plummet after warning on profits 7 Oct 7:30am Building supplies firm SIG sees its shares plummet after warning on profits
The Sheffield-based business shed more than a fifth of its share value in early trading after it told investors that annual profits in its core business will be 'significantly lower' than previously predicted.
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House price growth at slowest rate in six years 7 Oct 7:19am House price growth at slowest rate in six years
In a signal of Brexit's negative impact on the housing market, September was the worst month for house price growth in the UK for more than six years, according to mortgage lender Halifax.
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Vodafone customer: I was charged for MobPair but never signed up 7 Oct 6:48am Updated Vodafone customer: I was charged for MobPair but never signed up
The Vodafone customer said she started receiving text messages from a firm called MobPair but initially ignored them as she thought they were a scam.
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City tycoon Spencer places bet on future of the Tote 7 Oct 6:40am City tycoon Spencer places bet on future of the Tote
Michael Spencer, the billionaire financial services entrepreneur, is placing a big bet on the future of the Tote by snapping up a substantial minority stake in its parent company.
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7 Oct 6:38am Thomas Cook refund website struggles to cope with demand
Customers tell the BBC they have tried to submit the claim form several times, but receive error messages.
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DealBook Briefing: How a Tweet Put the N.B.A. in Hot Water in China 7 Oct 6:37am Updated DealBook Briefing: How a Tweet Put the N.B.A. in Hot Water in China
A quickly deleted post by a Houston Rockets executive opened the league, which has had huge success in China, up to blowback in a vital overseas market.
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7 Oct 6:37am Updated Unilever to cut plastic use to appeal to Gen Z
The owner of brands such as Comfort, Dove and Domestos says it will recycle more plastic than it sells.
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German factory orders slump as investor confidence hits six-year low - business live 7 Oct 6:24am Updated German factory orders slump as investor confidence hits six-year low - business live
Rolling coverage of the latest economic and financial news, as fears of a global slowdown continue to weigh on markets
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7 Oct 6:03am Thomas Cook refund website hit by glitches
Customers tell the BBC they have tried to submit the claim form several times, but receive error messages.
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MIDAS SHARE TIPS UPDATE: Should you check out Tesco shares?  7 Oct 5:58am Updated MIDAS SHARE TIPS UPDATE: Should you check out Tesco shares? 
Tesco is one of those shares that investors and customers used to buy and hold, because, like the banks and Marks & Spencer, it was safe and reliable.
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REGIONAL REIT: Real estate trusts remain hot property  7 Oct 5:56am Updated REGIONAL REIT: Real estate trusts remain hot property 
Regional REIT was launched in 2015 by London & Scottish Property Investment Management, of which Stephen Inglis is chief executive.
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Halifax: House prices rise at slowest pace this year 7 Oct 5:51am Halifax: House prices rise at slowest pace this year
Halifax's latest house price index found prices rose 1.1 per cent in the 12 months to September, with the average price now £232,574.
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7 Oct 5:49am Is this the in-flight meal tray of the future?
Each year, an estimated 5.7 million tonnes of cabin waste is generated on passenger flights.
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Johnson & Johnson Lawsuits Raise Fears Over Baby Powder 7 Oct 5:45am Updated Johnson & Johnson Lawsuits Raise Fears Over Baby Powder
Thousands of people who trusted Johnson’s Baby Powder for decades are suing the company after developing cancer. Our reporters investigate their allegations.
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7 Oct 5:43am House price growth at six-year low, says the Halifax
The Halifax says growth will remain subdued for as long as economic uncertainty in the UK continues.
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Aberdeen funds boss Martin Gilbert admits: I jumped before I was pushed 7 Oct 5:43am Updated Aberdeen funds boss Martin Gilbert admits: I jumped before I was pushed
Until March this year, Gilbert, along with Keith Skeoch, was co-chief executive of the group. He reveals that he decided to jump because he feared being pushed out by new chairman Douglas Flint.
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UK house price growth at slowest rate in six years, says Halifax 7 Oct 5:33am UK house price growth at slowest rate in six years, says Halifax
Lender expects housebuying and price growth to remain subdued amid Brexit uncertainty Annual house price growth in the UK has slowed to the lowest pace in six years, according to Halifax, one of the country’s biggest mortgage lenders. The average price of a house was £232,574 in September, down 0.4% from in August – the first monthly fall since May,
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RUTH SUNDERLAND: More trouble ahead for Metro as it seeks new chairman 7 Oct 5:30am RUTH SUNDERLAND: More trouble ahead for Metro as it seeks new chairman
Tense times are ahead for Metro Bank as it searches for a new chairman to take over from Vernon Hill, who launched the bank in the aftermath of the financial crisis in a blaze of razzmatazz.
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JEFF PRESTRIDGE: Wake up... and do your job, Financial Conduct Authority 7 Oct 5:25am Updated JEFF PRESTRIDGE: Wake up... and do your job, Financial Conduct Authority
Little that the City regulator does fills me with confidence that it is really on top of its game - as it damned well should be. It exists to stamp out bad practice and hold offending companies to account.
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Trailfinders founder wants to stop travel firms spending cash on debt-fuelled deals  7 Oct 5:18am Updated Trailfinders founder wants to stop travel firms spending cash on debt-fuelled deals 
Mike Gooley, the founder and chairman of Trailfinders, has hit out at 'impotent and flawed' rules that let travel agents 'embezzle' customers' money to meet everyday running costs.
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Can you REALLY get rich by going green? How to make money and stick by your principles 7 Oct 5:16am Updated Can you REALLY get rich by going green? How to make money and stick by your principles
For investors who do want to embrace a greener future, ethical investment can be profitable. Market analysts Good With Money produced a recent study showing that sustainable investing pays.
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MIDAS SHARE TIPS: Ten Entertainment in line for returns that could bowl you over!  7 Oct 4:55am MIDAS SHARE TIPS: Ten Entertainment in line for returns that could bowl you over! 
Ten Entertainment Group , the UK's second largest ten-pin bowling chain, recently released strong half-year figures and expressed confidence about the year ahead.
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MIDAS SHARE TIPS: Bowling group in line for returns that could bowl you over!  7 Oct 4:49am Updated MIDAS SHARE TIPS: Bowling group in line for returns that could bowl you over! 
Ten Entertainment Group , the UK's second largest ten-pin bowling chain, recently released strong half-year figures and expressed confidence about the year ahead.
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Ex-Treasury mandarin Kingman appointed to Tesco Bank board 7 Oct 4:46am Ex-Treasury mandarin Kingman appointed to Tesco Bank board
Tesco Bank has appointed Sir John Kingman, an instrumental figure in the rescue of Britain's banking system during the 2008 crisis, to its board.
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Can you rely on gold, silver and bronze medals on wine bottles? 7 Oct 4:19am Updated Can you rely on gold, silver and bronze medals on wine bottles?
Evidence suggests that a shiny sticker can sell as much as seven times as many bottles as the same wine without, but what does a gold, silver and bronze medal award actually mean?
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The M1 had more roadworks in the last 5 years than any other motorway 7 Oct 4:09am Updated The M1 had more roadworks in the last 5 years than any other motorway
The 193-mile route connecting Leeds with London is not the nation's longest route or busiest, though has been undergoing renovations to convert big parts of it into smart motorways.
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Top Barclays bankers set for trial over Qatar payments 7 Oct 3:20am Top Barclays bankers set for trial over Qatar payments
Three former senior bankers at Barclays are set to appear in court charged with criminal offences over the bank's relationship with Qatar during the 2008 financial crisis.
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7 Oct 3:18am Thomas Cook refund form launched online
It will take 60 days for customers of the collapsed firm to get their money back.
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Earl Shilton Building Society charges £10 fees on Faster Payment withdrawals 7 Oct 2:52am Earl Shilton Building Society charges £10 fees on Faster Payment withdrawals
Leicestershire-based Earl Shilton Building Society, which has 'over 10,000 members', does not allow users to transfer money out of its savings accounts online.
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Volvo sent me a £10,000 repair bill for a three-year-old car 7 Oct 2:00am Volvo sent me a £10,000 repair bill for a three-year-old car
Volvo at first told me it would pay for the problems with my V60 – but it then said I should ask the dealer
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7 Oct 1:58am Thomas Cook: Final repatriation flights touch down
Operation Matterhorn has returned 150,000 passengers to the UK since the holiday firm collapsed.
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Unilever pledges to halve use of new plastics 7 Oct 1:01am Unilever pledges to halve use of new plastics
Consumer goods giant to push reusable packs, refills and alternative materials and halve usage by 2025
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