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Economic growth of 0.8 per cent is expected from the ONS's second-quarter estimate for GDP tomorrow, which would result in 3.1 per cent growth for the year.
The oil supermajor said the downstream boss would leave by the end of the year, handing over to Tufan Erginbilgic, his second-in-command.
With the shares just above £3 and the grocer continuing to suffer increasing pressure from Aldi and Lidl, the Qataris are believed to be ready to go on the offensive again.
Russia's fragile economy will all but grind to a halt this year as the crisis in Ukraine takes its toll, a leading global watchdog has warned.
The lender has said explosive claims made by New York attorney general Eric Schneiderman relied on ‘snippets of marketing brochures and brief quotes in news articles’.
The speed with which lawyers Sullivan & Cromwell have come up with the application for dismissal is impressive by the standards of US legal process.
Administrators from KPMG were called into the company and immediately sold off 21 of its 180 branches to rival distributor Andrew Page.
Paul Polman used a disappointing half-year update to pay tribute to Unilever lifer Dave Lewis, who will start at Britain’s biggest retailer in October.
Bremont is to produce just 450 wristwatches that will include pieces of the muslin from the Wright Flyer, built and designed by Orville and Wilbur Wright.
The FTSE 100 Index recovered from a weak start to stand 23.3 points higher at 6821.5, with banking stocks and housebuilders among those doing well.
Card users are risking taking on more debt than they expect, with the survey finding that 57 per cent of people don't know what rate they'll be on once their 0 per cent deals finish.
A week after being named among 61 stocks picked for Woodford's new equity income fund, the litigation finance specialist has issued an eight-year retail bond.
Shares fell by over 5 per cent as chief executive Carolyn McCall said the airline expected annual pre-tax profits to be in the range of £545million to £570million.
For six long years inflation has been eating pay rises, should the Bank of England add to that problem with interest rate rises that will gobble up a little more?
Until he appeared last year, neither he nor his cloud computing business, Outsourcery, had attracted much attention outside the baffling world of the techies.
The ONS said retail sales volumes rose just 0.1 per cent in June, below forecasts for a 0.3 per cent increase, with consumers possibly distracted by the Fifa World Cup.
The English Housing Survey found that in 2012-2013 only 18% of mortgage holders were under the age of 35, down from 21% in 2008-2009.
The Ford Fiesta has officially become the best-selling car of all time in Britain with the manufacturer shifting 4,115,000 in the last 38 years.
Despite five-years of record-low interest rates, mortgage borrowers have struggled to repay debts because of low wage growth and a poor jobs market.
Good spring weather brought forward sales of outdoor and other seasonal products, according to B&Q owner Kingfisher.
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