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It will be looking into several major websites to see whether they are doing enough to protect shoppers from fake and misleading reviews.
30 Carluccio's branches and 800 jobs will be saved as the owner of Giraffe stepped in with a rescue deal for the troubled Italian restaurant chain.
The extension is aimed at homeowners struggling to pay because of the coronavirus, while a ban on repossessions by lenders has also been extended to the end of October.
US president Donald Trump warned he would react 'very strongly' to China's plans to impose a new national security law on Hong Kong.
The blue-chip FTSE 100 declined 0.4%, with Prudential sliding 9.3% to the bottom of the index while HSBC slipped to its lowest since 2009. "Investors may have been more focused on the continued unhelpful dialogue between the U.S. and China, hence they chose to trim some risk exposure," said Ian Williams, economics & strategy research analyst at Peel Hunt. The domestically focused FTSE 250 , nudged 0.1% higher, boosted by pub operator Marstons which surged 102.7% after saying it would combine its brewing business with Carlsberg UK.
The decision drew a warning from President Donald Trump that Washington would react "very strongly" against the attempt to gain more control over the former British colony. The U.S. Senate published a bill with bipartisan support that would sanction Chinese officials who implement the law.
Clarks said 200 new jobs would be created as part of a turnaround plan however, but a 'small number' of its stores may never reopen as coronavirus restrictions ease.
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The PMI survey data shows how the economy is reeling from the pandemic, with millions of firms and workers seeing their incomes hit.
The vaccine, now known as AZD1222, is being developed by the Jenner Institute and Oxford Vaccine Group at the University of Oxford.
Company aims to raise funds through a rights issue — giving the option to existing shareholders to purchase additional new shares.
Two thirds of workers are rethinking their career choices, according to new research. Here's what to consider if you're thinking of changing jobs due to the COVID-19 crisis.
The UK government raised £3.75bn selling 3-year bonds with a yield of -0.003%, the first time it has issued negative yielding long dated gilts.
The TUC wants wide-ranging reforms after the crisis, much as Labour leader Clement Attlee reshaped Britain by expanding the welfare state after 1945.