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BT warns on profits after Italian accounting scandal worsens
The deepening accounting scandal at BT's Italian business and a sharp slowdown in public sector spending in the UK has forced the British telecoms group to warn that profits and revenues would be lower than expected in the next two years.
BT shares plunge 19% on Italian scandal  
BT warns on profit over Italian scandal and UK slowdown  
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UK-based low-cost airline easyJet on Tuesday reiterated its plans to expand capacity but warned its results for the year would suffer more than expected from sterling's weakness.
Banks have stuck a deal with the Post Office to allow customers access to over-the-counter services at high street sites as a replacement for closed bank branches.
A bank employee counts pound notes at Kasikornbank in Bangkok, Thailand October 12, 2010. REUTERS/Sukree Sukplang/File Photo. By Patrick Graham | LONDON.
Government borrowing fell by �0.4bn in December to �6.9bn, compared with 2015. The figures, from the Office for National Statistics, means borrowing for the year is �63.8bn, �10.6bn lower than for the same period a year ago.
The base metals for the most part are little changed this morning, Tuesday January 24, lead prices are up 0.6%, copper and nickel prices are both up 0.3% with three-month copper at $5,827 per tonne, while aluminium, zinc and tin prices are off 0.1 ...

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