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Bitcoin drops below $60,000 as correction from record high continues

Bitcoin drops below $60,000 as correction from record high continues

The price of Bitcoin dropped below $60,000 on Wednesday as the correction from the all-time high hit last week gathers pace. The surge to a new rec [...]
UK retail sales pick up, but supply shortages hit new record-CBI

UK retail sales pick up, but supply shortages hit new record-CBI

British retailers reported a stronger-than-expected sales rise in October after a September slowdown but global supply chain problems reduced their st [...]
UK annual pay data shows biggest rise since 2008

UK annual pay data shows biggest rise since 2008

Full-time earnings in Britain rose by the most since 2008 in April, up by 4.3% from a year earlier, although the government's furlough scheme and oth [...]
Xi’s not there? COP26 hopes dim on Chinese leader’s likely absence

Xi’s not there? COP26 hopes dim on Chinese leader’s likely absence

The leaders of most of the world's biggest greenhouse gas emitters gather in Glasgow from Sunday, aiming to thrash out plans and funds to tilt the pla [...]
U.S. Housing Starts Fell Last Month, Led by Multifamily Slowdown

U.S. Housing Starts Fell Last Month, Led by Multifamily Slowdown

U.S. housing starts decreased in September, driven by a pullback in multifamily construction, as lingering supply-chain constraints, shortages of skil [...]
China approves imports of breeding pigs from Ireland

China approves imports of breeding pigs from Ireland

China has allowed imports of breeding pigs from Ireland, the country's customs office said on Tuesday. The breeding pigs must be put under quaranti [...]

Euro zone trade surplus smaller than expected in Aug

The euro zone's unadjusted trade surplus was much smaller then expected in August as the bloc had to pay much more for imported energy, data showed on [...]

UK shoppers, hit by fuel crisis, turn more cautious on spending

British shoppers increased their spending in September at the slowest pace since January, when the country was stuck in a coronavirus lockdown, as the [...]
UK jobs hit record high as Bank of England mulls first rate hike

UK jobs hit record high as Bank of England mulls first rate hike

British employers took their payrolls to a record high in September, shortly before the end of the government's wage subsidies programme, potentially [...]
UK starting pay jumps by most on record as staff shortages bite – survey

UK starting pay jumps by most on record as staff shortages bite – survey

British employers increased pay for new staff by the most since at least the 1990s, according to a survey that will be studied by the Bank of England [...]
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