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Interest rate held but MPC hints of rise soon
A first rise in interest rates is inching closer, despite mounting confusion among policymakers about the state of the recovery, minutes to this month's rate-setting meeting showed.
Hamish McRae: It's not a question of if, but when... interest rates have been kept ...  
Relief for homeowners as Bank of England put off interest rise  
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Major banks are considering outlining new risks associated with a Scottish Yes vote at their half-year results, Sky News learns. 11:15pm UK, Wednesday 23 July 2014.
This week's news that Tesco is dumping CEO Philip Clarke - just days before he was to celebrate his 40th anniversary at the group - leaves me with mixed emotions.
Facebook launched its much anticipated mobile-advertising network in April. This crucial and long-awaited step fallows advertisers to buy targeted ads through Facebook that appear on other mobile apps.
GlaxoSmithKline slashed its growth forecasts and stopped a billion-pound plus share buyback yesterday as its chief executive, Sir Andrew Witty, said he remained �concerned� about allegations that it bribed doctors in China to prescribe its drugs.
Three supermarket chains have begun investigating their supplies of chicken after alleged hygiene failings at processing plants were uncovered.

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