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Jan 16 - Markets closed

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Rolls-Royce to pay �671m over bribery claims
Rolls-Royce, Britain's leading multinational manufacturer, is to pay �671m in penalties after long-running investigations into claims it paid bribes to land export contracts.
Rolls-Royce agrees to pay �671m to dodge prosecution over bribery and ...  
Rolls-Royce to pay �671m to settle bribery probes  
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British households have ignored Brexit doom-mongering and continued to splash out since the vote to leave the European Union, the governor of the Bank of England declared last night.
The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has raised its forecast for the UK's economic growth this year, following a better than expected economic performance since the Brexit vote.
The restriction will apply to the front row of six seats on economy flights and comes after reports some women were being groped by other passengers.
Jan 17 (Reuters) - Gold prices inched up on Tuesday, after hitting more than seven-week highs in the prior session, ahead of a speech by British Prime Minister Theresa May on plans for a "hard Brexit", which could dent risk sentiment and boost safe ...
Ministers brought in Concentrix in 2014 to clamp down on fraud and error in the tax credits system. Photograph: Alamy. Rajeev Syal.

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