Business & Economy

Forty-year mortgages: life sentence or life raft?
Mar 19, 16:40 The Guardian

It can dramatically cut monthly repayments – but there’s one rather big catchNew figures suggest that the traditional 25-year mortgage is becoming a thing of the past

UK unemployment falls to 44-year low despite Brexit fears
Mar 19, 13:42 The Guardian

Employers’ hiring reduces jobless rate to 3

Office Outlet is latest retailer to go into administration
Mar 19, 12:51 The Guardian

Former Staples chain with 90 stores hit by falling stationery sales and high street woesThe stationery chain Office Outlet has collapsed into administration, putting 1,200 UK jobs at risk

UK jobs report to show if Brexit is hurting the labour market - business live
Mar 19, 08:42 The Guardian

Rolling coverage of the latest economic and financial news, including the latest UK unemployment reportIntroduction: UK jobs report dayPay growth (including bonuses) may have slowed 8

My Revolution Beauty makeup hasn’t arrived after three weeks
Mar 19, 07:00 The Guardian

The company blames Royal Mail for the delivery delay, but I needed the products urgentlyI recently ordered makeup from Revolution Beauty’s website, having previously bought from Superdrug

Post-Brexit tariffs will ‘wipe out businesses’ near Irish border
Mar 19, 07:00 The Guardian

Local firms worry border closure and duties will lead to smuggling and chaosAndrew Montgomery runs the last shop before the Irish border

'It could be terrible for us': how one British high street is preparing for Brexit
Mar 19, 06:00 The Guardian

York’s Bishopthorpe Road has gone from strength to strength in recent years

National Enquirer Paid $200,000 for Jeff Bezos’ Private Texts, Report Says
Mar 19, 02:24 The Time

The Wall Street Journal reports the tabloid paid the brother of Bezos' mistress

Foxconn Says Its Wisconsin Manufacturing Facility Will Be Operational in 2020
Mar 18, 18:50 The Time

'It's an exciting time for the entire state'

Deutsche's deal with Commerzbank a sign of sector's weakness | Larry Elliott
Mar 18, 18:25 The Guardian

Merger plan comes amid problems that find many European banks in a zombie-like stateThe proposed merger between Deutsche Bank and Commerzbank is far from a done deal

Online retail fuelling rapid rise in sales of fake goods, says OECD
Mar 18, 18:09 The Guardian

Counterfeits worth $590bn a year made up 3

Why has the US Fed turned away from interest rate rises? | Nouriel Roubini
Mar 18, 15:04 The Guardian

Stalling inflation and a need to show independence have pushed it to a dovish stanceThe US Federal Reserve surprised markets recently with a large and unexpected policy change

The Grounded 737 Max Is Turning Into a Major Debacle for Boeing
Mar 18, 12:11 The Time

The company's stock is tumbling amid investigations and concerns

Global stock markets gain as investors predict cautious Federal Reserve – business live
Mar 18, 08:34 The Guardian

Central banks in spotlight amid Brexit uncertainty and growth concerns 8.34am GMT The FTSE’s mining cohort is making the running this morning, pushing the index up by half a percentage point

How can Southern Rail charge two prices for the same journey?
Mar 18, 06:59 The Guardian

The train operator sells fares for £23.10 and £16

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