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Sky battle lines drawn as Fox, Disney and Comcast prepare for £27bn auction
The protracted battle over ownership of Sky will be all but settled over 24 hours this weekend in a rare auction in which three global media heavyweights will go three rounds.
The Telegraph United Kingdom Published: 21/09/18
Aston Martin boss will get £31m in car maker's 'optimistic' £5bn float
Aston Martin’s boss will land more than £31m if the company’s flotation prices at the top of the range it announced on Thursday.
The Telegraph United Kingdom Published: 21/09/18
Tesco boss vows to make discount chain Jack's the 'cheapest in town'
Tesco has vowed to be the "cheapest in town" as it threw down the gauntlet to Lidl and Aldi by launching the discount chain Jack's.
The Telegraph United Kingdom Published: 20/09/18
Inflation climbs to six-month high but pound's gains are wiped by Brexit jitters
The rising cost of theatre tickets and Autumn clothing lifted inflation to its highest level in six months in August.
The Telegraph United Kingdom Published: 20/09/18
EU migrants worth more to public finances than UK-born, study claims
EU migrants pay more tax than the average British adult, leaving the UK’s public finances at risk and making post-Brexit tax hikes more likely, according to Oxford Economics.
The Telegraph United Kingdom Published: 19/09/18
We are doubling down on exactly the same mistakes that caused the financial crisis ten years ago
Everyone has their favourite theory about the financial crisis.
The Telegraph United Kingdom Published: 18/09/18
China warns Trump's new tariffs on $200bn of its goods could threaten trade talks
European markets quickly shrugged off the weak start to trading and have now rallied into positive territory.
The Telegraph United Kingdom Published: 18/09/18
‘It’s raining money in the US’ so don’t bet against Wall St
Betting against Wall Street has been a consistently bad idea in the 10 years since the financial crisis.
The Telegraph United Kingdom Published: 17/09/18
The next downturn could rival the Great Depression and wipe $10 trillion off US household assets
The world’s major economies are skating on dangerously thin ice and lack the fiscal, monetary, and emergency tools to fight the next downturn.
The Telegraph United Kingdom Published: 17/09/18

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