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TASI 10,206.19
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GBP/USD 1.6043 -0.0070 (-0.43%)
GBP/EUR 1.2687 0.0000 (0.00%)
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GBP/AUD 1.8299 0.0000 (0.00%)
Taxpayer-backed bank Lloyds is set to cut 9000 jobs and replace them with ...
High street bank Lloyds is planning to slash around 9,000 jobs as it looks to replace staff with digital technology. The taxpayer-backed bank will slash around 10 per cent of its workforce in a three-year plan that is expected to include the closure of some ...
Lloyds to Cut 9000 Jobs Over Next Three Years  
Lloyds could axe 9000 more banking jobs under its three-year plan  
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Homebase said the closure of 80 of its stores was at least partly down to the rise of a generation less skilled in DIY projects. Photograph: Frank Baron for the Guardian.
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Facebook paid its average British worker �237,000 last year - more than it has paid in UK corporation tax in the last three years combined.
Tesco is considering spinning off its Asian operations and floating them as a separate company as the embattled grocer examines ways to raise billions of pounds to shore up its stretched finances.
The majority of the Bank of England's Monetary Policy Committee felt the risks associated with a rate rise were too great amid signs the UK recovery was losing momentum.

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