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Inflation jumps to five-year high, boosting chances of interest rate hike
Inflation surged to its highest level for more than five years last month, increasing the financial pressure on households and boosting the prospect of an interest rate hike.
Inflation Hits Five-Year High As Food And Transport Costs Blamed  HuffPost UK
How does 3% inflation affect me?  BBC News
Financial Times  
Trade deficit is narrowing, new Bank of England rate setter says
The UK's trade balance - the difference between the level of its imports and exports - is improving, according to a member of the Bank of England's monetary policy committee.
Protect yourself against rising inflation  Financial Times
FTSE 100 fairly flat as pound eases with inflation as expected  Proactive Investors UK
OECD urges UK to seek 'closest possible' relationship with EU
The UK must seek the “closest possible” economic relationship with the EU to minimise the damage that will be caused by Brexit, according to the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development.
OECD pokes holes in Conservative economic plans - and says Hammond must U ...  Telegraph.co.uk
UK Treasury rejects OECD's call for second Brexit referendum  The Guardian
Merlin pushes into hotel rooms as shares plunge on back of terror hit to ...
Madame Tussauds and Alton Towers owner Merlin will plough more cash into accommodation after it cut its profit expectations on the back of tough trading caused by terror attacks in the UK.
Legoland owner warns of terrorism impact to its profits  BBC News
Can Merlin bounce back from 20% slump?  Interactive Investor
Look around the Aerospace Bristol museum
The new Aerospace Bristol museum, home to the last Concorde to fly, has opened its doors to the public for the first time. Concorde Alpha Foxtrot, who made her final flight into Filton in 2003, is the centrepiece of the new �19m museum.
Spike Aerospace performs test flight of new commercial supersonic jet aircraft  SOFREP (press release) (blog)
Airbus Boss Nails Bombardier Timing
Just as he was being lampooned in Bild Zeitung's dreaded “Loser-of-the-Day” column, Tom Enders proved his impeccable timing: Within hours, the Airbus chief had blindsided rival Boeing Co.
Q&A: What does Bombardier-Airbus deal mean for Belfast?  BBC News
Airbus takes control of Bombardier jet Boeing tried to kill  CNNMoney
Delays and drips mark Great Western Railway's new train launch
One of GWR's new trains. The new fleet is assembled in Britain at a cost of �5.7bn. Photograph: Alamy Stock Photo. Rail transport.
Hitachi apologises for IEP problems  RAIL magazine
Transport Secretary Chris Grayling stuck on flagship train delayed on its ...  Mirror.co.uk
Stamp duty cut on the cards for first-time buyers in Budget bid to woo younger ...
The Government is considering slashing the tax payable by first-time buyers when they take their first step onto the property ladder, according to reports.
Stamp duty cut lined up for young  The Times
UK to tighten foreign investment rules on security concerns
The government is to tighten its rules on inward investment into the UK making it harder for foreign buyers of small companies that design and manufacture military products and other key technologies.
Minister wants greater powers to block foreign deals  The Times
Government to protect key British firms from foreign takeovers that raise ...  The Independent
Goldman beats forecasts despite bond trading slide
Goldman Sachs' investment bankers have bailed out the bond traders, delivering a forecast-busting quarter despite a big drop in revenues from trading fixed-income, currencies and commodities.
Goldman Sachs' Results Beat Forecasts Despite Trading Drop  U.S. News & World Report
Goldman Sachs earnings: $5.02 a share, vs $4.17 EPS expected  CNBC