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Pound and stocks rise in wake of Brexit deadlock

Sterling and London share prices were higher this morning in the wake of Saturday’s Parliamentary deadlock over Brexit. Prime Minister Boris Johnson is demanding “a straight up-and-down vote” on his withdrawal deal.

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GSK sells rabies and ticks vaccines for nearly one billion euros

The pharmaceutical giant will use to cash to focus on other areas.

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Parliament must accept deal if Britain to get EU FTA by end of 2020, Truss says

Ms Truss says numerous countries including the US and Japan are keen to secure trade agreements with the UK.

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Facebook drops out of top 10 most valuable global brands – report

The social media platform dropped five places to 14 this year after peaking at eighth place in 2017.

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Domino’s prepares to withdraw from foreign stores amid lacklustre sales

The pizza maker will sell its stores in Iceland, Norway, Sweden and Switzerland.

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Unilever shares rise despite missed forecasts after ice cream sales slowdown

The consumer giant saw sales grow 2.9% in the past three months as it also reported a slowdown in some key international markets.

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Barclays urged by MPs to reverse decision to axe Post Office cash withdrawals

More than 100 MPs have put their names to a letter urging Barclays to think again about ending cash withdrawals from Post Offices from January.

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Brexit Trading Strategy | Gold, FTSE, GBP Analysis

It is the final countdown for Brexit, as we are approaching October 31. Brexit has given us numerous market events in the last several years. This Saturday, the British parliament will have an extraordinary sitting and we will cover the major markets that will be affected by this event. Largely focused on FTSE and GBP, Brexit trading influence other markets, including Gold and DAX, which will gain or lose when a deal or no-deal scenario is confirmed.

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Pound hits five-month high as Brexit deal agreed
Pound hits five-month high as Brexit deal agreed

The UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson and European Commission president Jean-Claude Juncker say they have finally agreed a Brexit deal.

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Amazon deal with Deliveroo investigated by competition watchdog

The online giant is aiming to buy a stake in the food delivery platform but the Competition and Markets Authority has questions.

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Majority of investors believe no-deal Brexit will hit global markets – poll

The research by State Street found that one-third believe ‘serious implications’ are on their way without a deal.

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Building for Brexit: Barratt expects to sell 13,000 new homes

Barratt Developments said it has the balance sheet to deal with Brexit fallout as it built more than 3,000 homes in the first 15 weeks of the year

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Oil weaker despite vow to bolster output cuts

Oil prices were lower this morning despite a joint Russia-Saudi Arabia declaration yesterday to maintain curbs on production. Fears of recession and excess production are keeping a lid on crude prices.

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UK employment suffers sharpest dip in four years as wage growth stalls

The number of people in employment declined by 56,000 to 32.69 million in the three months to August, the ONS said.

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Bellway dials back in London as it builds record number of homes

One of the country’s biggest house builders has said that the proportion of new homes it sells in the capital is likely to fall.

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