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Morrisons To Price Match Aldi And Lidl
After two years of development, Britain's fourth biggest grocer launches a price match system against main rivals and discounters.
Morrisons pins hopes on loyalty card  BBC News
Morrisons pledges to match Aldi and Lidl prices  The Independent
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Wonga writes off debts for 330000 customers
The offices of Wonga, the payday loan company, near Regent's Park in London. Photograph: David Levene for the Guardian. The controversial payday lender Wonga is writing off �220m of loans to 330,000 people, admitting that it should never have lent to ...
Wonga writes off �220m debt of 330000 customers  Scotsman
Charity welcomes Wonga's writing off of �220m of debts  BBC News
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Boost for Osborne as Bank of England insists his Help to Buy mortgages are ...
The government's multi-billion pound home loans scheme is not pushing up property prices, the Bank of England insisted today. Governor Mark Carney said Help to Buy does not pose a risk to financial stability and has not driven up house values by ...
UPDATE 1-Bank of England backs flagship government mortgage guarantee ...  Reuters
BoE seeks power to cap LTVs  Mortgage Strategy
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Virgin Money IPO Restricted to Institutional Investors
Richard Branson's banking business Virgin Money has decided against offering shares to retail investors as it announced its intention to go public.
UPDATE 2-Windfalls for Branson, UK government and staff in Virgin Money IPO  Reuters
Virgin Money confirms LSE flotation plans  Mortgage Solutions
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Ebola outbreak: Emirates President says virus has hit Asian demand for Africa ...
The demand for Emirates flights from Asia to Africa has fallen due to fears over the Ebola virus, the airline's president announced on Thursday.
Emirates Expansion Opens Up New Trade Routes in Africa  Wall Street Journal
Emirates Plans to Expand Africa Routes by 2025 With Bigger Fleet  Businessweek
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ECB to begin buying secured debt, bundled loans from mid-month
NAPLES Italy (Reuters) - The European Central Bank will buy bundles of loans and other forms of secured debt from mid-month in an attempt to kick start a languishing euro zone economy, despite misgivings in Germany and elsewhere.
Euro steady after ECB keeps rates unchanged, eyes on Draghi  Reuters
Euro rises ECB details asset buying plans  Financial Times
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Euro to Pound (EUR/GBP) and Euro to US Dollar (EUR/USD) Exchange Rates ...
The Pound (GBP) to Euro (EUR) exchange rate weakened on Thursday after a Bank of England policy reduced expectations for a UK interest rate increase and as the European Central Bank shifted its attention to a new asset-purchasing programme.
EUR/GBP, EUR/USD Exchange Rates Trend Higher after ECB Announcement  Future Currency Forecast
UK construction activity grows strongly in September but slower rises in new ...  This is Money
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Ofcom chief Richards to stand down
Ed Richards is to step down as the head of communications regulator Ofcom after eight years adjudicating fractious disputes between broadband providers and mobile operators.
Richards stands down as Ofcom Chief  Advanced Television
Ofcom chief executive Ed Richards to step down
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Ted Baker targets tall men as profits surge
'People are still buying stuff from us - we're hitting our targets,' Ray Kelvin, the Ted Baker founder and chief executive, said.
Ted Baker profits soar despite warm weather  The Guardian
Ted Baker profits jump despite warm weather  Financial Times
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Grab a slice of Domino's
Enjoying its fourth successive quarter of double digit growth, Domino's Pizza Group (DOM) is benefiting from improved economic conditions in the UK.
The nation's love of pizza has definitely grown.  Irish Independent
Domino's add more dough  Fresh Business Thinking
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