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BT's Italy scandal deepens and UK slows, wiping $9 bln off shares
LONDON, Jan 24 (Reuters) - BT lost a fifth of its market value on Tuesday when an Italian accounting scandal compounded a sudden slowdown in its British government work, forcing the telecoms group to cut forecasts for the next two years.
BT European chief to resign over Italian scandal  
BT loses �7bn in value as Italian accounting scandal deepens  
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HSBC today announced it is to close 62 more high street branches across the UK as the Supreme Court announced its Brexit ruling. The high street lender said it would shut a further 62 bank branches on top of the 55 closures announced last year, meaning ...
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Britain's national debt is rapidly rising toward �2trillion because clearing the deficit has been pushed into the next decade.
LONDON, Jan 24 (Reuters) - British low-cost airline easyJet said the weaker pound would hit profit more than expected this year, sending its shares lower on Tuesday as it battles to cope with the price war raging in Europe's short-haul travel market ...
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