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Theresa May warns extremists could take over at Davos 2017
Theresa May banged the drum for post-Brexit Britain in a speech to the power elite in Davos today - but also took them to task for failing to heed fears about immigration and inequality.
Behind the bravado: why Theresa May has to play hardball on hard Brexit  The Conversation UK
If you thought Brussels was tough, wait until corporate America writes the rules  The Guardian
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European inflation and the capacity of small changes to shock
From cucumbers to quark, ran the headline in the German tabloid newspaper this week, as Bild informed its readers about sources of inflation, shocked by goods suddenly more expensive than before.
Telling critics to be patient, ECB sticks to ultra-easy policy  Daily Mail
Draghi Urges German Patience on Inflation as Euro Area Heals  Bloomberg
Yorkshire and Clydesdale Bank announces 79 branch closures: Full list of ...
The Clydesdale and Yorkshire banking group (CYBG) have announced plans to close 79 UK branches, with the loss of around 400 jobs over the next five months.
Clydesdale reveals plan to close 40 branches across Scotland  Scotsman
Clydesdale and Yorkshire Bank to close 79 branches - taking total closures ...  Yahoo Finance UK
Theresa May faces bank bosses in Davos as lenders prepare post-Brexit jobs move
Theresa May is facing down Wall Street bank bosses at Davos following news that several lenders are preparing to shift thousands of jobs out of London after Brexit.
Barclays: UK will still be the 'financial lungs' of Europe  Daily Mail
London mayor warns on EU rivals trying to grab City finance jobs  Financial Times
How Netflix took over the world: Video streaming membership grows to 93.8 million
Even by Netflix's standards, the numbers it announced in Wednesday's earnings update were pretty astonishing. Worldwide membership grew to 93.8 million (which is equivalent to more than 17 times the population of Scotland) after 19 million people ...
Netflix Up 6%: Subs Trump Cash Burn and Everything Else  Barron's (blog)
Netflix Has Its 'Best Quarter Ever': What Wall Street's Saying
Brexit jitters mean less junk mail (and less money for the Royal Mail)
There is less marketing mail - better known as junk mail - going through the letterbox, which means less cash going into Royal Mail coffers.
FTSE 100 movers: Royal Mail and gloomy REITs note dents blue chips  DIGITALLOOK
Here's why the Royal Mail (LON:RMG) share price has fallen over five per ...  City A.M.
Bank of CyprusThe repair job at Cyprus's biggest lender
THE banking woes of Italy, the euro area's third-biggest member, pale next to those that, four years ago, plagued Cyprus, its second-smallest.
Bank of Cyprus joins the London stock market
Bank of Cyprus listing a 'vote of confidence' in London, says chief  Financial Times
REVEALED: The top 10 most complained-about television advertisements of 2016
FOR some they are an irritant, while for others they are the best part about television but people do like to moan and complain about television advertisements.
Moneysupermarket and Paddy Power lead advert complaints  BBC News
Moneysupermarket revenue jumps despite ad complaints  Financial Times
Christmas sales boost drives up Halfords shares
Shares in Halfords jumped after the bike and car parts retailer reported a "strong sales performance" for the crucial Christmas period.
FTSE 250 movers: Halfords speeds ahead; Tullow Oil slips  DIGITALLOOK
Halfords Motors on with 5.9% sales hike over festive period  Norfolk Eastern Daily Press
Pets at Home shares wilt on 'subdued' Christmas trading
Pets at Home shares tumbled by more than 8pc after disappointing investors with "subdued trading" over the Christmas period in its biggest division.
Should you make room for Pets At Home Group plc after today's update?  Yahoo Finance UK
Pets at Home shares dip on 'subdued' pet food, accessories sales  Daily Mail