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US economy adds 178000 new jobs making Fed rate hike likely
Shoppers with their arms full walk to their cars during the Black Friday sales at a Best Buy store in Culver City, California. Photograph: Mark Ralston/AFP/Getty Images.
FTSE 100 falls as solid US jobs data supports Fed rate hike later this month  
'Huge drop' in unemployment is giving a clear signal about interest rates  
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Britain's poorest regions would be worse off if the Bank of England had not cut interest rates or introduced its money printing scheme following the financial crisis, its chief economist has said.
RBS's conduct chief is to leave the bank as it agrees settlements with investors over its 2008 rights issue, Sky News learns. 02:50, UK, Saturday 03 December 2016.
Network Rail is to lose control over Britain's train tracks as power is handed to private operators in a major shake-up of the railway system, the government will reportedly announce next week.
BRITAIN'S oldest manufacturing firm The Whitechapel Bell foundry, is set to close at its current site and bring an end to a family business that has run for almost 500 years.
The owner of a vegetarian café who refuses to accept the new £5 note because it contains animal fat has become the target of internet trolling.

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