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Bank of England set to raise interest rates for 11th time in 18 months
The Bank of England is expected to raise interest rates for the 11th time in less than 18 months after Wednesday's surprise jump in inflation.
More than a million universal credit payments cut over the past year because of historical overpaid tax credits
The government is cutting benefit payments to some of Britain's poorest families or threatening them with debt collectors in a raid that is "plunging people into poverty".
RMT suspends plans for rail strikes on 30 March and 1 April
The RMT has suspended plans for rail strikes on 30 March and 1 April.
US interest rates increased despite worst banking turmoil since 2008
The Federal Reserve - the US central bank, known as the Fed - has increased interest rates for the ninth time in a row.
More Amazon warehouse strikes on the cards after 'insulting' pay rise
Striking Amazon workers have vowed to step up industrial action following an "insulting" new pay rise.
Investment banks Cenkos and finnCap to merge in all-share deal
Cenkos Securities and finnCap Group, the London-listed brokers, are in advanced talks to merge in an all-share deal that will create the City's biggest dedicated investment bank serving small-cap growth companies.
Audioboom investors tune into sound of maiden dividend
Audioboom, the London-listed podcasting group, is drawing up plans to pay a maiden dividend amid continued growth in the sector.
Inflation takes surprise leap to 10.4% with food and booze costs to blame
The rate of inflation has taken a surprise leap, driven by a rising cost of alcoholic drinks in pubs and food - partly a consequence of the recent salad shortage.
Centrica boss Chris O'Shea sees pay for 2022 reach £4.5m despite prepayment meter investigation
The boss of the owner of British Gas has seen his pay top £4.5m for 2022.
Price of some everyday groceries have 'more than doubled over the last year'
Mozzarella, cornflakes and brie are some of the food products to have more than doubled in price in the last year, new analysis has found.
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