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Black Friday is 'bonkers' for retailers, say critics
Wallets will be feeling a bit lighter this weekend as shoppers turn out in search of a bargain ahead of Christmas. It's estimated that �10bn could be spent in the UK over the Black Friday period, �2.5bn in a single day.
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With excellent timing, Bank of England policymaker Silvana Tenrehro has said that future interest rate moves will largely be dictated by Brexit.
The Bradford-based subprime lender Provident Financial has announced the sudden death on Thursday of its executive chairman Marjit Wolstenhome at the age of 53.
Home insurance companies may be overcharging up to 13 million UK households, new research suggests, with older people particularly hard hit.
In his first Autumn Budget, Philip Hammond delivered a speech clearly designed to distract from the dire economic news with a stream of jokes that were nearly as bad.
Philip Hammond is unlikely to eradicate public borrowing by the mid-2020s, the Institute for Fiscal Studies said on Thursday, as it predicted there would be another spending splurge before the next general election.

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