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Bookings cancelled and plans changed as 'chilling talk of Plan B' hits hospitality sector
Business owners across the hospitality industry say COVID rule changes are already having a "chilling" impact on bookings.
Travel stocks lead FTSE 100 higher in latest Omicron-driven market swing
Travel stocks have led a FTSE 100 rally as the latest swing in sentiment over the Omicron variant saw global markets bounce higher.
COVID-19: Help vaccinate poor countries or face more new variant shocks, rich economies told
The world's rich nations must help vaccinate the poorest nations or else they will face a continual cycle of economic shocks and restrictions in the face of new variants, the OECD's chief economist has said.
Double-digit house price growth returns as 'buoyant' market keeps up pace
House prices unexpectedly returned to double digit growth last month as the property market kept up its "extremely buoyant" pace, new figures show.
The world's most powerful central banker gives the Bank of England cover to raise rates
It is typical at this point in the season for dictionary publishers and academics to publish their word of the year.
Energy crisis: Zog becomes 25th household supplier to crash and burn since September
Another household energy supplier has thrown in the towel as the industry grapples with the unprecedented surge in wholesale costs.
Consumers face more expensive Christmas as retailers start to pass on cost pressures
British households are facing a more expensive Christmas shop after labour shortages and surging costs pushed retail prices higher for the first time since May 2019, according to industry figures.
Youth publisher LadBible targets £360m valuation in London flotation
LadBible Group, the youth-focused digital publisher, is to target a valuation of £360m in one of the London stock market's biggest media industry flotations this year.
Pendragon profit outlook shifts up a gear as it shrugs off supply shortage
Car dealership Pendragon has shifted its profit outlook up a gear as it shrugged off shortages of new vehicles and saw strong demand in the second-hand market.
Meta: UK competition regulator tells Facebook owner to sell GIF library Giphy
Facebook's owner Meta has been issued a legally binding order to sell the GIF library Giphy after an investigation found the takeover "could harm social media users and UK advertisers".