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London will remain Europe's financial capital despite Brexit
Lloyd's of London staff at the Lloyd's building in the City of London. Photograph: Eddie Keogh/Reuters. Financial sector · Nils Pratley on finance.
ALEX BRUMMER: City deserters are a mere flicker compared to the inward ...  
Lloyd's chairman expects other insurers to follow it to Brussels  
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The new boss of John Lewis says the department store needs reinventing for a new generation of shoppers. Paula Nickolds is the first female managing director of John Lewis, having worked her way up the ranks as a graduate trainee.
The Bank of England is consulting on which materials should be used to make money after the discovery of small amounts of animal fat in plastic �5 notes sparked outrage among animal rights and religious groups.
Workers are reflected in the windows of the Canary Wharf offices of JP Morgan in London. Photograph: Neil Hall/Reuters. Financial sector.
Krispy Kreme is changing its name in the UK, reportedly because us Brits just can't seem to say it right. The company has been selling doughnuts in Great Britain for more than 14 years and apparently people are still unsure whether it's pronounced as ...
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