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JP Morgan most positive on dividend restarts at NatWest Group and Barclays

Analysts at JP Morgan sounded a particularly positive note on the outlook for Barclays and NatWest Group after Bloomberg reported at the weekend that the Prudential Regulatory Authority would consider easing their resistance to dividend payouts from UK lenders on a case-by-case basis.

12:27
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Second national lockdown hits household finances - survey

Household finances deteriorated in November, research showed on Monday, as ongoing lockdown restrictions across the UK continued to hit home.

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National lockdown hits service sector output

Private sector output contracted sharply in November as the second national lockdown shuttered the leisure and hospitality sectors, research showed on Monday.

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Retail footfall down more than 50% on prior year, up week-on-week

Footfall across UK retail destinations was fell 55. 4% year-on-year in the week ended 21 November, with regional city centres continuing to be hardest hit.

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Eurozone business activity slumps amid Covid-19 second wave

Eurozone business activity fell sharply in November, putting the bloc on track for a double-dip recession as governments imposed restrictions to stem a second wave of Covid-19 infections.

20 Nov
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Mnuchin tries to play down dispute with Fed

US Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin tried to play down his decision not to extend several emergency Federal Reserve lending facilities but economists said his move risked damaging the economy.

20 Nov
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MPs launch inquiry into financial services

UK regulators and leading bankers are set to be called for evidence by MPs after the Treasury committee launched an inquiry into the future of financial services.

20 Nov
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Ofgem calls for increase in price cap, opens consultation

Ofgem is considering upping the price cap after the Covid-19 pandemic prompted a rise in bad debts, hitting the finances of energy suppliers.

20 Nov
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UK retail sales continue to grow despite lockdown - BDO

Retail sales held up during the first full week of lockdown, research published on Friday showed, as consumers got their Christmas shopping underway early.

20 Nov
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Unions call for frontline workers to have priority access to Covid-19 vaccine

UK unions called for key frontline workers to be given priority access for a Covid-19 vaccine once its rolled out after they were omitted from the list.

20 Nov
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Consumers 'losing their nerve' as confidence dips - GfK

Consumer sentiment dipped further in November as households worried about their personal finances, a widely followed survey showed.

20 Nov
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UK borrows less than expected as taxes exceed forecasts

The UK government borrowed a less than expected £22. 3bn in October as tax receipts outstripped forecasts, official figures showed.

20 Nov
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UK borrowing rises less than expected, retail sales see early Xmas boost

UK retail sales rose for the sixth consecutive month in October, underpinned by the online segment, while government borrowing hit its highest level on record for that month but was still lower than forecast, according to figures released on Friday by the Office for National Statistics.

19 Nov
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UK factory orders drop amid virus second wave - CBI

UK factory orders fell at a faster pace in November as the second wave of Covid-19 hit demand, a Confederation of British Industry survey showed.

19 Nov
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UK foreign investment appeal dips during crisis - survey

The UK has become less attractive as a place for overseas companies to invest during the Covid-19 crisis but its appeal is relatively strong compared with the rest of Europe, a survey showed.

18 Nov
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Carnival to raise $1bn to buy back notes

Carnival said it planned to raise $1bn (£753m) with an equity offering to buy convertible bonds back from their holders.

18 Nov
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House prices accelerate faster than expected - ONS

UK house prices accelerated faster than expectations in September fuelled by the Chancellor's stamp duty holiday and households looking for more space, official figures showed.

18 Nov
UK inflation ticks up in October as clothing prices rise

UK inflation edged higher in October as the price of clothing rose, according to figures released on Wednesday by the Office for National Statistics.

17 Nov
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FCA urges lenders to support mortgage customers hit by Covid-19

The Financial Conduct Authority has banned lenders from repossessing homes until February 2021 and extended mortgage payment holidays, it was confirmed on Tuesday.

16 Nov
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Morgan Stanley says keep faith with V-shaped recovery

Morgan Stanley predicted a V-shaped global economic recovery and advised investors to take 'overweight' positions on global equities and credit as the world emerges from a turbulent 2020.