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New John Lewis boss warns of turbulent times ahead
The new boss at department store chain John Lewis has laid bare the difficulties she faces as she warned over a "turbulent and challenging" high street amid cost pressures from the pound and a dramatic shift in consumer spending.
New John Lewis boss says department store needs reinventing  
John Lewis eyes "flight to quality" in UK consumer downturn  
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The chairman of Lloyd's of London said that he expected other insurance companies to follow it to Brussels, as the insurance market confirmed that it would set up a new EU base in the Belgian capital, which would help it to deal with the expected loss ...
Religious and vegan groups had complained about the use of animal fat in making of the polymer fiver. Photograph: Graeme Robertson for the Guardian.
The pound pushed higher on Thursday, boosted by investor relief in the wake of Article 50, as well as a weaker euro following disappointing German inflation figures.
Stocks in London passed through a relatively quiet Thursday, with numerous ex-dividend equities, a stronger sterling and Brexit worries combining to dampen progress heading into the end of the first quarter.
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