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Retail sales slide as UK consumer confidence sinks to record low

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Growth in UK retail sales slowed last month as fears over the rising cost of living led to the sharpest drop in consumer confidence since the 2008 financial crisis, according to industry data. The British Retail Conso...

A drowning world: Kenya’s quiet slide underwater

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One of the first scientists to realise that something was wrong with the lakes was a geologist named Simon Onywere. He came to the topic by accident. Between 2010 and 2013 he had been studying Lake Baringo, Kenya’s fo...

THG shares slide as it misses profit margin forecasts

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Shares in THG have fallen sharply after the online shopping group warned profit margins for 2021 would come in below expectations and the early part of 2022 would be more challenging compared with the same period last...

Biden under pressure over Afghanistan and Covid as approval ratings slide

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Joe Biden faced mounting pressure at home and abroad on Monday as he raced against time to deal with evacuations from Afghanistan, a surging coronavirus pandemic and a vital congressional vote on his domestic agenda. ...

NatWest profits rebound, as markets slide ahead of eurozone GDP figures – business live

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UK taxpayer-owned bank announces fresh round of dividends, as Asian and European stock markets retreat

The week in classical: Houses Slide; Manchester Collective x Edmund Finnis; Elias String Quartet

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In a week of flash floods, the world premiere of Houses Slide was all too timely. Who doesn’t currently feel they might be atop a crumbling cliff, metaphorical or otherwise. The composer Laura Bowler and librettist Co...

Stock markets slide as tech selloff spooks investors – business live

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Rolling coverage of the latest economic and financial news

Grosvenor Group posts pre-tax loss in 2020 as property values slide

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The Duke of Westminster’s property company, Grosvenor Group, swung to a pre-tax loss in 2020, its worst performance since 2008, but still paid a £47bn dividend to the duke’s family and its trusts. The privately-owned ...