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Cost of Living: Seven in ten workers have not seen their pay increase in line with inflation who are now ‘crutinising their their pay...

With households feeling the squeeze from soaring energy bills and rapidly increasing interest rates, almost half (49%) of UK workers feel they’re not being paid fairly for the hours they… The post Cost of Living: Seven in ten workers have not seen their pay increase in line with inflation who are now ‘crutinising their their…

Latest business survey shows economic outlook is weakening amid ‘inflation, continued supply chain disruptions and uncertainty’

The economic outlook is weakening according to the findings of this quarter’s Economic Survey (QES) conducted by Greater Manchester Chamber of Commerce. The Greater Manchester Index, a composite indicator made… The post Latest business survey shows economic outlook is weakening amid ‘inflation, continued supply chain disruptions and uncertainty’ appeared first on London Business News |…

Savers plough £4.4bn into NS&I, but green bonds fizzle

£4.4bn of savers’ money went into NS&I in 2021-22, figures out today showed. Premium Bonds are the most popular accounts, with £10.3bn of net inflows. Guaranteed Bonds and Income Bonds… The post Savers plough £4.4bn into NS&I, but green bonds fizzle appeared first on London Business News | Londonlovesbusiness.com.

Another red day for markets

So much for the big stock market comeback. Another day, another sea of red on the market. Asian equities were firmly in the doldrums including a near-2% decline in Hong… The post Another red day for markets appeared first on London Business News | Londonlovesbusiness.com.

Boots owner takes it off the market as the UK economy stutters

For a while it looked like Boots would be a tasty bone fought over by rival suitors and ultimately snapped up for a decent, if still rather low price.  UK plc has been in the spotlight… The post Boots owner takes it off the market as the UK economy stutters appeared first on London Business News | Londonlovesbusiness.com.

Falling sales for B&M and Nio under fire

Value retailer B&M should have been in its elements as the country faces a stalling economy. Its cheap prices appeal to cash-strapped individuals who are watching every penny and people… The post Falling sales for B&M and Nio under fire appeared first on London Business News | Londonlovesbusiness.com.

Government’s flawed NIC tax policy should be reversed immediately

The government should immediately reverse its flawed National Insurance (‘NIC’) policy to benefit working families, say leading tax and advisory firm, Blick Rothenberg. “The government’s direction to introduce a 1.25%… The post Government’s flawed NIC tax policy should be reversed immediately appeared first on London Business News | Londonlovesbusiness.com.

British Defence Secretary warns there is a ‘very real danger’ Putin could end up ‘lashing out’ at other countries

The British Defence Secretary Ben Wallace has warned on Tuesday that there is a “very real danger” that Vladimir Putin could end up “lashing out” at other EU countries or… The post British Defence Secretary warns there is a ‘very real danger’ Putin could end up ‘lashing out’ at other countries appeared first on London…

Horrific footage shows the moment a Russian missile hits the shopping centre with more than 1,000 civilians inside

On Monday Russia deliberately fired a missile at a shopping centre in Kremenchuk in central Ukraine killing at 18 people with around 36 still missing and many more injured. The… The post Horrific footage shows the moment a Russian missile hits the shopping centre with more than 1,000 civilians inside appeared first on London Business…

One in three drivers prefer to pay for car on a monthly basis so they don’t have to think about the total cost

Almost one in three (30%) drivers prefer to pay for their car on a monthly basis, because they prefer not to have to worry about the total cost and also… The post One in three drivers prefer to pay for car on a monthly basis so they don’t have to think about the total cost…

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