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BoE's next move is to increase rates, not cut them, says Mark Carney
Bank of England Governor Mark Carney said on Friday that the UK central bank's next move is going to be an increase in rates, dismissing claims that there will be a cut, even though there is record low inflation.
UPDATE 2-Carney says BoE rates likely to rise, contrasts with Haldane  
BoE likely to raise rates says Carney  
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Sports Direct is facing yet more fallout from its handling of its fashion chain USC's collapse, after it was alleged that it ignored attempts to consult with staff who were made redundant as it entered administration.
LONDON: Britain's Co-operative Bank will close 57 more branches this year and more in the future under a turnaround plan that saw it cut 15 per cent of its staff last year and make a loss of £264 million ($392m).
Greece submitted a long-awaited list of structural reforms to its creditors yesterday as its leftist-led government warned it would stop meeting debt obligations if negotiations failed and aid was not forthcoming.
Yellen will speak in San Francisco on monetary policy in a speech scheduled for 1945 GMT and traders will be listening for clues on when the Fed may begin tightening monetary policy.
Almost 50 MPs were accused last night of claiming hundreds of thousands of pounds in expenses for renting and using hotels in London despite owning properties in the capital.

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