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FTSE bosses bought �18m shares after Brexit price plunge: Following referendum ...
Britain's bosses went on a shopping spree as 177 directors snapped up �18.5m of shares following the steep falls after the EU referendum result.
FTSE 250 almost erases Brexit plunge  
FTSE-250 nearly back at pre-Brexit levels  
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Is Britain's economy sliding into recession? The short answer is that no one knows. Uncertainty, however, is no excuse for ducking important decisions and the Bank of England must decide what to do about Brexit next week.
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Summer high street sales fell at their fastest pace in more than four years this month, figures show. Weak consumer confidence was the likely reason for the drop in the immediate aftermath of the EU referendum, but the Confederation of British Industry ...
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