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Sterling briefly falls to day's lows on Brexit nerves (2018-11-15 00:15:00)
Sterling extended its falls in volatile trading today, a move traders attributed to a report saying that the UK attorney general had raised significant concerns about the customs backstop review mechanism.

UK inflation holds steady at 2.4% in October (2018-11-15 00:15:00)
British inflation unexpectedly held steady in October, according to data today that raises the prospect that the rate could return to target faster than the Bank of England expects.

Taoiseach says Irish priorities upheld in Brexit text (2018-11-15 00:15:00)
Taoiseach Leo Varadkar has said he is pleased that Ireland's concerns and priorities have been addressed in the new draft Brexit deal.

Q&A: What comes next after EU/UK Brexit text agreement? (2018-11-15 00:15:00)


Italy rejects EU demands to revise big spending budget (2018-11-15 00:15:00)
The Italian government has defied European Commission calls to revise its big spending budget plans.

Pearson sells Financial Times building to M&G (2018-11-15 00:15:00)
British education publisher Pearson is selling its property at One Southwark Bridge in London, the current home of the Financial Times newspaper, to M&G Real Estate for £115m, it said today.

Germany's Q3 GDP drops by 0.2% (2018-11-15 00:15:00)
Economic output in Europe's largest economy Germany shrank by 0.2% in the third quarter, more than reversing a gain of 0.5% in the previous three months, official data showed today.

Irish universities invest little in digital marketing (2018-11-15 00:15:00)
A new survey shows that only 22% of universities and colleges have increased investment in digital marketing despite its impact on student recruitment.

SSE to consolidate renewables business as profits slump (2018-11-15 00:15:00)
UK energy supplier SSE said it plans to create a new company that will include its renewable energy assets in the UK and Ireland.

Euro zone GDP growth rate confirmed at four-year low (2018-11-15 00:15:00)
The euro zone economy grew at its slowest pace in four years in the third quarter of 2018, while employment growth also eased during the period, data released today showed.

Energy drives US consumer prices to 9-month high (2018-11-15 00:15:00)
US consumer inflation got a bump in October, as prices for fuel and electricity shot up, rising along with the cost of shelter and medical care, the government said today.

UK airline Flybe soars on talks with potential buyers (2018-11-15 00:15:00)
UK regional airline Flybe Group said today it was in talks with potential buyers, as it grapples with higher fuel costs, lower demand and a weak British pound, sending its shares up as much as 44%.

Sports Direct to close four more House of Fraser stores (2018-11-15 00:15:00)
Sports Direct plans to close four more House of Fraser department stores after Christmas, having failed to agree terms with landlord Intu Properties, the sportswear retailer said today.

UK brings forward planned changes to gambling stakes (2018-11-15 00:15:00)
The UK will bring forward a planned cut to the maximum stake on fixed-odds betting terminals by six months to April 2019, UK culture minister Jeremy Wright said today.

As it happened: UK cabinet agrees draft Brexit deal (2018-11-15 00:15:00)
British Prime Minister Theresa May has said that the UK cabinet has agreed the draft Brexit withdrawal agreement after a five-hour meeting at Downing Street.

200 new jobs in AI technology for Galway (2018-11-15 00:15:00)
200 jobs are to be created in Galway by a US firm that specialises in Artificial Intelligence (AI) technology.

Property price growth falls for fifth consecutive month (2018-11-15 00:15:00)
House and apartment price growth fell for the fifth consecutive month in September, according to latest figures from the Central Statistics Office.

May secures cabinet support for draft Brexit deal (2018-11-15 00:15:00)
British Prime Minister Theresa May has secured cabinet support for her draft Brexit deal, after a five-hour meeting with ministers at No 10 Downing Street.

No-deal Brexit would cost Britain 6% of GDP, IMF warns (2018-11-15 00:15:00)
Leaving the European Union without a transitional trade deal would cost Britain about 6% of GDP - roughly four years of economic growth - compared with staying in the bloc, the International Monetary Fund has said.

Solution found to avoiding Irish hard border - Barnier (2018-11-15 00:15:00)
The European Union's Chief Brexit negotiator Michel Barnier has said that a solution to avoiding a hard border on the island of Ireland has been found.




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