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  • Savers ‘capitalising’ on ISA shake-up
    The Chancellor’s shake-up of the ISA system has increased people’s appetite to save money, a new study has indicated.
  • Deloitte buoyed by stronger revenues
    Deloitte has increased its revenues for the fourth year in a row, despite economic uncertainty.
  • UK house-builders ‘outstripping EU rivals’
    The UK house-building sector is enjoying a stronger recovery than its counterparts on the continent, according to new Deloitte research.
  • MPC split over timing of base rate rise
    Members of the Bank of England’s Monetary Policy Committee (MPC) are divided over interest rates for the first time in three years.
  • Workers ‘warming’ to automatic enrolment
    Nearly three quarters of the country’s employees are now aware of the Government’s attempts to reform the workplace pensions system, according to the latest data.
  • Rail users braced for 3.5% fare increase
    Rail fares are on course to rise by 3.5% in January, after the Retail Prices Index (RPI) hit 2.5% last month.
  • UK ‘needs infrastructure re-think’
    In order to secure fresh investments, the UK urgently needs an independent infrastructure authority, according to manufacturing experts.
  • Eurozone hit by flat-lining GDP
    A dip in Germany’s second-quarter output has led to a lull in the wider eurozone recovery.
  • Deloitte raises £640,000 for charity partners
    Deloitte has highlighted the progress which its charity partnerships with the Alzheimer’s Society, Mind, and Prostate Cancer UK have made.
  • Demand for property ‘starting to ease’
    Demand for homes among prospective buyers has dipped for the first time since January last year, new research shows.
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