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UK manufacturing output stabilises in August - CBI

Output in the UK manufacturing sector stabilised in August following a drop the previous month, according to the latest survey form the Confederation of British Industry.

Boris Johnson plans information campaign ahead of no-deal Brexit

The UK government will kick-off an information campaign in September aimed at preparing the British public for a no-deal Brexit.

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'Big four' supermarkets see sales and market share declines - Kantar

Sales at Britain's 'big four' supermarkets fell in the 12 weeks to 11 August, according to figures released by research firm Kantar on Tuesday.

19 Aug
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Eurozone inflation lower than expected in July

Eurozone inflation was lower than expected in July, according to data released by Eurostat on Monday.

19 Aug
Pre-Brexit buying spree boosts August house sales - Rightmove

House sales in August were boosted by a pre-Brexit buying spree, according to the latest data from property website Rightmove.

16 Aug
US consumer sentiment deteriorates in August

Consumer sentiment in the US deteriorated in August, hitting its lowest level since the start of the year, according to a preliminary reading from the University of Michigan.

16 Aug
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FTSE 100 and 250 open delayed, LSE investigating issue

Trading in London stocks will open at 0940 BST, the London Stock Exchange said, having been delayed by a technical issue.

15 Aug
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US housebuilder sentiment picks up a touch in August - NAHB

Sentiment among US housebuilders improved a touch in August, according to data released on Thursday.

15 Aug
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US initial jobless claims rise more than expected

The number of Americans filing for unemployment benefits rose more than expected last week, according to figures released by the Labor Department on Thursday.

15 Aug
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Altitude Group confirms unsolicited approach for Manchester-based business

Altitude Group confirmed on Thursday that it has received an unsolicited approach for its Manchester-based promotional product trade only supply business, AdProducts. com Limited (ADP).

15 Aug
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UK retail sales rise unexpectedly in July

UK retail sales unexpectedly rose in July, according to data released on Thursday by the Office for National Statistics.

14 Aug
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Pelosi says trade deal with UK not possible if Good Friday accord compromised

House speaker Nancy Pelosi said on Wednesday that a trade deal between the US and the UK will not happen if the Good Friday accord is compromised.

14 Aug
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Heathrow strikes for next week postponed

Heathrow announced on Wednesday that the strikes scheduled for 23 and 24 August have been postponed.

14 Aug
NHS to get £8.0m payout from Aspen over anti-competitive practices

The Competition and Markets Authority on Tuesday ordered that pharma company Aspen payout £8. 0m to the NHS after an investigation found that it had engaged in anti-competitive practices.

14 Aug
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German GDP shrinks in second quarter

Germany's economy shrank in the second quarter as exports fell, according to preliminary data released by Destatis on Wednesday, sparking worries that the country is teetering on the brink of recession.

14 Aug
China industrial output drops to 17-year low

Industrial production growth in China fell to a 17-year low in July, according to data released on Wednesday by the National Bureau of Statistics.

14 Aug
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Eurozone economic growth slows in second quarter

Economic growth across the eurozone slowed in the second quarter, figures from Eurostat confirmed on Wednesday.

14 Aug
UK inflation overshoots Bank of England target

UK inflation rose faster than expected in July, according to figures released by the Office for National Statistics on Wednesday.