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Rise in personal loans dangerous, Bank of England official says
A sharp rise in personal loans could pose a danger to the UK economy, a Bank of England official has warned. Outstanding car loans, credit card balance transfers and personal loans have increased by 10% over the past year, the Bank's financial ...
Bank of England warns more defences may be needed against consumer credit  
Bank of England warns of complacency over big rise in personal debt  
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Builders are to be banned by the government from selling houses as leasehold in England and ground rents on flats could be cut to zero following widespread outrage over exploitative contracts.
For all those shoppers who feel chocolate bars, cartons of drink, toilet rolls and countless other products have been getting smaller, now comes official confirmation.
EasyJet was caught in the chill winds of Ryanair's warning of a late-summer price war among Europe's short-haul carriers with shares sliding across the sector.
It's hard to seriously complain about Alphabet Inc./Google's (GOOGL) second-quarter earnings report, which in most respects was pretty solid.
Renewables will be able to provide more of the UK's energy when companies are able to store it more efficiently. Photograph: Danny Lawson/PA.

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