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Malaysia PPI Inflation Accelerates In January

Malaysia's producer price inflation accelerated markedly at the start of the year, figures from the Department of Statistics showed Tuesday.
RTTNews

MPs: Keeping the pensions triple lock means no one will retire until age 70

mps: keeping the pensions triple lock means no one will retire until age 70
The state pension age may need to rise beyond the life expectancy of some of the UK's poorest places in order to be compatible with retaining the “triple lock” on payments, MPs have today..
City A.M.

Videos for inflation

News video: Is the Bond Market Calling the Fed's Rate Bluff?

Is the Bond Market Calling the Fed's Rate Bluff? 03:39

Feb.27 -- Bond traders are calling the Fed's bluff. For weeks now, everyone from Janet Yellen to Fed newcomer Patrick Harker has been trying to jawbone investors into believing an interest-rate..
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News video: Prices spike in Spain but government says it’s temporary

Prices spike in Spain but government says it’s temporary 00:35

Spanish inflation hit 3 percent in February compared to the same month last year. That was up from January’s 2.9 percent and is well above the European Central Bank’s price stability target. A big..
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News video: RBC's Jonathan Golub Says the Fed Needs to Get on With It

RBC's Jonathan Golub Says the Fed Needs to Get on With It 04:03

Feb.27 -- Jonathan Golub, chief U.S. market strategist at RBC Capital Markets, explains why he believes the Federal Reserve needs to move on interest rates. He speaks on "Bloomberg Surveillance."
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News video: Bruegel's Papadia Sees Central Bank Independence Threats

Bruegel's Papadia Sees Central Bank Independence Threats 03:47

Feb.27 -- Francesco Papadia, non-resident fellow at Bruegel and former director general for market operations at the European Central Bank, discusses central bank independence and when he sees the..
Source: Bloomberg Global Business -

News video: Siddharthnagar Votes For A Pro Development Govt

Siddharthnagar Votes For A Pro Development Govt 01:16

While UP votes in this phase of elections spotlight will be on baahubalis or musclemen and regional satraps. Locals in Siddharthnagar who are casting their vote said that they want inflation and..
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BofAML Explains Why The Ag Economy Isn't Likely To Get Much Better In 2017

bofaml explains why the ag economy isn't likely to get much better in 2017
The fact that farm incomes have come under increasing pressure over the past couple of years should come as little surprise to our readers (for those who missed our latest update, see: "Midwest Farm..
Zero Hedge

Older people will work longer

older people will work longer
Older workers are preparing to work until 70 years of age, according to a poll by the Chartered Institute of Professional Development (CIPD). The survey polled 1,600 UK employees and showed that a..
City A.M.

Ministers must back the City by tackling costs in the Budget

ministers must back the city by tackling costs in the budget
Momentum behind the post-Brexit consumer-spending boom appears to be slowing. As City A.M. reports today, a GfK poll found that UK consumers’ confidence took a turn for the worse this month, with the..
City A.M.

Businesses place trust in UK economy as consumers brace for inflation

businesses place trust in uk economy as consumers brace for inflation
Businesses remain confident in the UK economy’s prospects despite consumers bracing for the impact of inflation, according to a long-running survey by the European Commission (EC). Confidence in..
City A.M.

Arqiva looks beyond masts and towers

arqiva looks beyond masts and towers
Telecoms infrastructure firm Arqiva has raked in the cash over the last six months, growing its business by 10 per cent. The Macquarie-backed firm, which owns 8,000 tower sites across the UK,..
City A.M.

Factories in Plymouth say they are thriving after the Brexit vote

factories in plymouth say they are thriving after the brexit vote
Confidence levels among Plymouth's manufacturers are sky high despite the current political turmoil – but they fear growing inflation, reports reveal.The latest Business Trends Report by South West..
Plymouth Herald

Inflation and business rates to deliver £6.8bn hit to small businesses

inflation and business rates to deliver £6.8bn hit to small businesses
Inflation and business rate rises could deliver a £6.8bn hit to small and medium-sized businesses this year. The rising costs are leading more than half (57 per cent) of these firms to predict..
City A.M.

Discretionary income is "fading fast" as fuel prices squeeze families

discretionary income is "fading fast" as fuel prices squeeze families
Growth in discretionary income is "fading fast" as fuel prices soared in January. UK families had an average £205 of disposable income available each week last month, according to Asda's income..
City A.M.

Primark owner warns benefit of sterling's fall will only last so long

primark owner warns benefit of sterling's fall will only last so long
Primark owner Associated British Foods' (ABF) share price edged downwards this morning after it warned its boost from the devaluation of sterling will fade later in this year. *The figures* In..
City A.M.

Persimmon cements strong 2016 with 23 per cent surge in profits

persimmon cements strong 2016 with 23 per cent surge in profits
No shaky foundations here. Persimmon has announced a rise in underlying profit of nearly a quarter and growing sales for 2016 too as the FTSE 100 firm built more homes. *Read more*: Persimmon lays..
City A.M.

Interest rate rise could push 18,000 more into bankruptcy

interest rate rise could push 18,000 more into bankruptcy
A hike in interest rates will push thousands more Britons into bankruptcy, according to calculations from the government’s Insolvency Service. The forecasts show an extra 18,000 people could be..
City A.M.

Alarm bells sound over rising costs and inflation

alarm bells sound over rising costs and inflation
Business groups have renewed calls for government to support companies in the upcoming Budget as firms face a toxic mix of rising inflation, spiralling operating costs and squeezed..
City A.M.

Price of a bottle of wine could rise by more than 50p

price of a bottle of wine could rise by more than 50p
Experts claim wine is facing a potential ‘triple whammy’ – with inflation, the pound’s fall after the Brexit vote and a further hike in excise duty all affecting the £20 billion industry.
MailOnline

What you can do with your money before the tax-year ends.

what you can do with your money before the tax-year ends.
With such low interest rates and rising inflation, experts are advising against simply putting your money into a traditional 'safe bet' cash Isa. So what are your other options?
MailOnline

Gloucestershire police to see £1.6million funding cut as...

gloucestershire police to see £1.6million funding cut as...
Gloucestershire's police force is set for funding cuts of £1.6million this year despite violent crime in the county going up by 16 per cent.The county's police force will have its grant from central..
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One chart showing how UK banks' bonus rounds stacked up this year

one chart showing how uk banks' bonus rounds stacked up this year
Bad news if you're a UK-based banker: your bonus probably dropped this year. As bank results season came to a close, it turned out three out of the four UK lenders shrank the size of their bonus..
City A.M.

Gold has surged past its highest level since the US election in November

gold has surged past its highest level since the us election in november
Gold has surged today, surpassing $1,250 for the first time since the week of Donald Trump's US election win in November. Prices for the yellow metal jumped to $1,257.10 per ounce, up $5.70 or..
City A.M.

Atom launches new one-year fixed-rate savings paying 2%

atom launches new one-year fixed-rate savings paying 2%
Beating the current top-paying one-year bond by 0.4 percentage points, Atom Bank has sent ripples through the savings market and provided an inflation-beating haven for cash.
MailOnline


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