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British businesses should consider official forecasts showing inflation will fall this year when setting their prices, Bank of England Governor Andrew Bailey said on Friday. "When companies set prices, I understand that they have to reflect the costs that they face," Bailey told the BBC. Bailey went on to say he did not have any evidence that companies were putting prices up more than necessary.
China's financial hub Shanghai has a goal of 5% growth in property investment in 2023, the city's house management bureau said on Friday, after investment in the city's property sector shrank by 1.1% in 2022. The metropolitan city of 26 million people was hit hard by strict COVID lockdowns a year ago, trapping property buyers at home and disrupting construction by real estate developers. Shanghai is seeking to achieve 5% growth in property investment this year and will let the sector play an effective role in stabilising its economic growth, the bureau said in a public notice.
Over-50s are being urged to work but just 10% of Treasury staff are that age, the BBC has learned.
HONG KONG, March 24, 2023--The eyes of the art world turn to Hong Kong this week as colour, creativity and vibrancy descend upon the city for the arts and culture scene. Headlined by large-scale fairs Art Basel Hong Kong and Art Central, the internationally renowned celebration of arts and culture sees a suite of world-class events, encounters and experiences taking place throughout the city, showcasing Hong Kong’s thriving creative landscape while reinforcing its position as a global cultural h
The burden of tackling climate change must be shouldered by everyone, says Lord Deben.
Mayor Sadiq Khan accused of being ‘out of touch with outer London’ over £12.50 levy
Swift is currently making stops across the country for The Eras Tour, her first tour in five years.
Tech executives don't get an easy ride before Congress, but Shou Zi Chew's hearing was exceptionally bruising.
The Indian stock market may outperform its Asian and emerging market peers in the long term as lofty valuations ease and investors look to bet on the economy's growth prospects, brokerage group Jefferies said in a note. The benchmark Nifty 50 Index's price-to-earnings premium to China's Hang Seng Index declined to 115% from 208% in end October, and is in line with the 10-year average of 118%, Chris Wood, global head of equity strategy, Jefferies, wrote in his "Greed & Fear" report. India's long-term prospects have led the global brokerage to invest 39% of its Asia ex-Japan long-only portfolio in the south Asian country compared with 25% in China.
The BBC said it would be "inappropriate" to resume making the popular TV show's new series for now.
The unusual request prompts a courtroom objection from lawyers for the plaintiff in the 2016 ski crash.
There’s a bit of something for everyone with the best films hitting streaming this week.
The Cleaner BBC One, 9.30pm The second series of Greg Davies’s The Cleaner is just as delightfully dark and playful as the first. Based on German comedy Der Tatortreiniger, it stars Davies as Paul “Wicky” Wickstead, a droll crime-scene cleaner who specialises in getting blood out of carpets. In this opening episode, he is called to the aftermath of a grisly pub brawl, where one man stabbed another, leaving behind a right ol’ gory mess. If it wasn’t for his promise to his new girlfriend to lay of
His comments come after interest rates were lifted to 4.25% from 4%.
5/5 This is a show on imperial, strident, impossibly confident form
The Times reported that Flintoff ‘has decided to leave the show’ following an accident in December last year.
A recall has been issued for Nuba brand Carob drink due to a potential bacteria contamination. The Canadian Food Inspection Agency says the product could permit the growth of Clostridium botulinum, the bacteria that creates the botulism toxin. The affected drink was sold in 750 ml bottles with a best before date of Sept. 30, 2023. It was sold in Ontario, Nova Scotia, Quebec and may have been distributed in other provinces or territories. There have been no reported illnesses associated with the
This converted warehouse in Barnes, London, has just entered the property market for the first time as a residential dwelling.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's violated the law by saying he would get personally involved in a judicial overhaul plan, the attorney-general said on Friday. In the face of intensifying protests against the proposed changes, Netanyahu said on Thursday that he was putting aside all other considerations and would do "anything it takes" to reach a solution. Netanyahu added that his hands had been tied, but a new law limiting the circumstances in which a prime minister can be removed gave him more space for maneuver.
As essential outgoings including utilities, mortgages and rent have jumped, other spending has dropped