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The FTSE 100 closed at another record high last night in the wake of the US Federal Reserve’s second interest rate rise in three months.  Britain’s benchmark index of its biggest companies set a record of 7,415.95 points, as investors also responded to the defeat of far-right populists in the Dutch election. It finished the day up 47.31 points, or 0.64 per cent, having advanced to a new intraday high of 7,444.34 during late-morning trading.

FTSE 100 hits new closing high

The FTSE 100 closed at another record high last night in the wake of the US Federal Reserve’s second interest rate rise in three months. Britain’s benchmark index of its biggest companies set a record of 7,415.95 points, as investors also responded to the defeat of far-right populists in the Dutch election. It finished the day up 47.31 points, or 0.64 per cent, having advanced to a new intraday high of 7,444.34 during late-morning trading.

Inflation rose to 3.1% in November, the highest in nearly six years, as the squeeze on households continued. The most recent data shows that average weekly wages are growing at just 2.2%.

UK inflation rate at near six-year high

Inflation rose to 3.1% in November, the highest in nearly six years, as the squeeze on households continued. The most recent data shows that average weekly wages are growing at just 2.2%.

Worst results were from Morrisons, which has the smallest online presence. Its so-called like-for-like sales fell 5.6%.   At the market leader, Tesco underlying sales in the UK fell 2.4% in the six weeks of Christmas and overseas sales were down 3.6%.  But Tesco's online sales in Britain were a big £450m, up 14%.

Tesco, Morrisons and M&S: Ouch

The patchy nature of a recovery in spending by households is shown in a fall in underlying sales at Tesco, Morrison and Marks & Spencer.

The richest 1% now has as much wealth as the rest of the world combined, according to Oxfam.

Wealth of top 1% 'equal to other 99%'

Lancashire Telegraph: The girl has has taken part in a community resolution

Asda’s sales growth ground to a near standstill in the final quarter of the year, but the Walmart-owned supermarket still posted improved profits despite the “very weak consumer environment”.

Yahoo compra plataforma de anuncios para competir con Google http://www.audienciaelectronica.net/2014/11/12/yahoo-compra-plataforma-de-anuncios-para-competir-con-google/

Marissa Meyer extends Yahoo's video advertising reach across websites, mobile devices -- and could reinvent banner ads in the process.

Co-operative Group slumps to £132m loss after bank stake write-off – BelfastTelegraph.co.uk

The Co-operative Bank has put itself up for sale after the impact of low interest rates, high restructuring costs and conduct charges hit it harder than anticipated. The loss-making bank said today.

Apple facing legal trouble over missing text messages

Apple facing legal trouble over missing text messages

Telecoms group BT has bought the mobile operator EE for £12.5bn.  The takeover creates a communications giant covering fixed-line phones, broadband, mobile and TV. Existing EE shareholders Orange and Deutsche Telekom will sell 100% of their shares.  Deutsche Telecom will hold 12% in the new combined business and have a seat on the board.  Orange will receive a 4% stake, as well as about £3.4bn in cash.

BT to buy mobile firm EE for £12.5bn

UK phone giant BT agrees to buy the British mobile operator EE for but rivals Vodafone and TalkTalk want the competition authorities to intervene.

Public sector net debt and the deficit - must read and note

UK debt and deficit: All you need to know

Public sector net debt and the deficit - must read and note

GB: 2.300 emplois supprimés chez City Link, société de livraison en liquidation

GB: 2.300 emplois supprimés chez City Link, société de livraison en liquidation

Union threatens City Link strike and ‘battle against private equity’

TSB, the challenger bank, has accepted a £1.7 billion takeover offer from Spanish bank Sabadell. A week after the talks were first revealed, Spain’s fifth largest bank has now formally offered 340p a share, a 4 per cent premium to Thursday’s closing price of 327p and significantly higher than the 260p at which TSB’s shares listed.

TSB says yes to £1.7bn Sabadell takeover bid

TSB, the challenger bank, has accepted a billion takeover offer from Spanish bank Sabadell. A week after the talks were first revealed, Spain’s fifth largest bank has now formally offered

Dairy giant Muller is closing down its Aberdeen operation on Friday. The company confirmed last month it was to close its Aberdeen and East Kilbride plants with the loss of up to 225 jobs. The Aberdeen operation has now wound down, while the East Kilbride dairy will continue for up to two years. Muller is transferring production lines to its Bellshill plant. Dairy farms in the north east which want to continue supplying milk to Muller will have to pay extra transport costs.

Muller Aberdeen plant closes down

Dairy giant Muller is closing down its Aberdeen operation on Friday.

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