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Sainsbury's profits slip in supermarket price war
Sainsbury's has warned that it expects the market to remain competitive for the "foreseeable future" after posting a near 14pc fall in annual profits due to the cost of the intense supermarket price war.
Sainsbury's warns on 'competitive' UK grocery market  
Sainsbury's Reports Annual Profits Of �548m  
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Standard Life is acquiring Axa's portfolio services business, known as Elevate, in a deal that will create one of the country's biggest investment platforms for professional financial advisers.
Shoppers have been able to pay less for their goods than the year before for the last three years, according to a retail body. 07:28, UK, Wednesday 04 May 2016.
Controversial lender Wonga saw losses more than double in 2015 as tougher regulation of the payday loan sector led to a sharp fall in its revenues from consumer lending.
Retailer Next has slashed its guidance to investors on its sales for the second time in the space of two months and warned of “a potentially wider slowdown in consumer spending”.
The average council in England will need to pay more than �25 million a year to fund the Government's controversial right-to-buy extension, research has revealed.

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