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US interest rates cut by 0.25%
US has cut its interest rates cut by 0.25%.
British Airways pilots call off strike planned for later this month
A strike planned by British Airways pilots for 27 September has been called off, the pilots' union has said.
Boost for UK car industry as 4x4 maker Ineos to create hundreds of jobs in Bridgend
The UK's Brexit-hit car industry is to set for a major boost, with hundreds of jobs to be created to build a new 4x4 in a town due to be abandoned by Ford.
Inflation falls sharply to lowest level since December 2016
The annual rate of inflation fell to 1.7% in August, its lowest level since December 2016, official figures have shown.
Brexit pain blamed as Car Store owner cuts 300 jobs
The owner of used car chain Car Store is to close almost two-thirds of the brand's sites, citing an impact from Brexit.
'National security' worries threaten £4bn takeover of defence giant Cobham
The government has launched an investigation into the £4bn takeover of defence firm Cobham, citing "national security" concerns.
UK falls behind G7 rivals on work automation planning
The UK is falling behind its G7 rivals when it comes to preparing for mass automation of the workplace and the so-called Fourth Industrial Revolution, MPs have warned.
Free cash machine closures hitting the poor hardest, says consumer group
Free-to-use cash machines are disappearing faster from poorer areas than more affluent ones.
Tinkler plots route to delivering bid for ailing Eddie Stobart
The colourful businessman who fought a running battle with the owner of Southend Airport last year is turning his attention to its former corporate bedfellow by plotting a raid on the struggling haulier Eddie Stobart Logistics.
Credit card interest rates at their highest in 13 years, says Moneyfacts
Credit card interest rates have reached their highest in at least 13 years, putting shoppers preparing to splash out for Christmas at risk of higher bills.