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Trade deficit hammers UK growth in first quarter
The UK economy expanded at its slowest pace in three years in the first quarter of 2015, amid a poor trade performance and weaker than expected growth in consumer spending.
UK first-quarter growth sapped by surge in imports  
UK recovery dogged by poor export performance  
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Residents in the affluent Westminster borough of London had an average of �43,577 gross disposable income per head in 2013, the highest of any area of Britain, latest Office for National Statistics data shows.
LONDON Strong rises for retailers Kingfisher and Sports Direct limited losses in Britain's top share index on Thursday, which was knocked by weak mining and financial stocks.
Total UK car production dipped in April but a strong performance on home soil helped offset the damage of falling exportation. Figures from the Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders (SMMT) shows that the total number of cars being manufactured in ...
FRANKFURT May 28 Ultra-low interest rates will return to normal levels at some point, a European Central Bank policy setter said on Thursday.
LONDON Mortgage approvals in Britain rose in April to their highest level since June last year and they look set to keep growing, according to data from the British Bankers' Association on Thursday.

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