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2020-02-17 20:22:02| Guardian Unlimited Business - more business news

International trade slump and coronavirus outbreak combine to weaken consumer demandJapans economy is heading for a recession this year after figures showed the worlds third largest economy slumped by an annual rate of 6.3% during the last quarter of 2019.Germany, the worlds fourth largest economy, is also expected to stumble as the coronavirus epidemic and a slump in trade with China combine with weak consumer demand to drag growth lower. Continue reading...


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2020-02-17 20:06:09| Guardian Unlimited Business - more business news

Government pledges to spend 20m turning canals, mines and rail lines into heat sourcesThe canals of the West Midlands may seem an unlikely source of warmth, but these waterways could soon be used to heat hospitals and tower blocks under a plan to harness Britains hidden heating sources.The government has promised to spend more than 20m on nine schemes across the country to exploit cheap, renewable heat from canals, old mineshafts and in London tube lines. Continue reading...


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2020-02-17 19:07:59| Guardian Unlimited Business - more business news

We would like to hear from people who are struggling with debt. Share your experiences with us Debt in the UK is at a record high. Household debt has soared by a third in the last decade and there are an increasing number of people complaining that they have no disposable income at the start of the month after their financial obligations are taken from their salary.Meanwhile, it has never been easier to get credit - waiting in line at a high street store is enough time to be approved for a short term loan. Continue reading...


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2020-02-17 18:40:42| Guardian Unlimited Business - more business news

The UKs fund management industry is losing the war against index trackingWhats gone wrong with Britains fund management industry? Over the past year share prices have soared globally, which usually translates into boom times for asset managers, whose income is based on a percentage cut from the total amount of money under management. Yet the UKs industry is beset with scandals and sliding fortunes among some of the once most-revered names.Jupiter is attempting to arrest its decline with a 370m takeover of Merian (once Old Mutuals investment arm), creating a 65bn group that boss and serial deal maker Andrew Formica promises investors will be highly earnings accretive. Continue reading...


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2020-02-17 14:24:16| Guardian Unlimited Business - more business news

Car lender accused by FCA of serious breaches when dealing with vulnerable customersMoneybarn will pay nearly 33m in fines and customer compensation after the City regulator found serious breaches in the way the subprime car lender treated vulnerable customers.The Financial Conduct Authority, which fined Moneybarn 2.77m, said the company had not treated customers fairly when they fell behind on repayments. Continue reading...


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