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BT pushes through 'absurd' price hikes - what's changing and who's affected
BT is hiking prices for broadband and some calls and is to begin charging TV customers �3.50 for BT Sport. The company said copper broadband customers will see a �2-a-month increase from April 2, Infinity fibre broadband will go up by �2.50 ...
BT price hike for all broadband and TV users  
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Britain's retailers suffered a surprise end-of-year slump in sales in a sign that rising prices since the Brexit vote are starting to hit people's spending power.
Chancellor Philip Hammond has acknowledged that Brexit uncertainty may cause firms to delay investment. Speaking at Davos, he said some firms were "quite understandably... waiting for the fog of Brexit to clear". But Mr Hammond said for many foreign ...
The boss of Nissan Carlos Ghosn has admitted that the car giant's UK investments will be "re-evaluated" if Theresa May delivers a bad Brexit deal, despite last October's high-profile commitment by the firm to build its next Qashqai and X-Trail model at ...
Larry Fink forecasts the US dollar to remain strong for foreseeable future, which could impact on competitiveness. Dan Cancian. By Dan Cancian.
As Donald Trump prepares to move into the White House, dollar bulls seem to be rubbing their hands - albeit cautiously. Mr Trump's US election victory in November sent scores of investors back to their drawing boards of economic forecasting as they ...

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