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Coronavirus: Travel and hospitality stocks hit by fears of second national lockdown
Travel and hospitality stocks have been hit by fears of a second lockdown, as the number of UK coronavirus cases increases.
Banks in talks about joint recovery of £35bn Bounce Back Loans
Britain's biggest banks are in talks to set up a new vehicle that would take charge of recovering tens of billions of pounds of COVID-19 debts as lenders seek to avoid a public relations crisis when the emergency loans fall due next year.
Retail sales volumes grow for fourth consecutive month but analysts warn of trouble ahead
Retailers continued their slow recovery during August, as sales volumes increased by 0.8% compared with July, according to the Office for National Statistics (ONS).
Japanese tire of Kwik Fit as MOT points towards sale
Kwik Fit, one of Britain's leading tyre-fitting and automotive repair groups, is to be put up for sale by its Japanese owner almost a decade after it last changed hands.
Ryanair cuts capacity again after 'government mismanagement of COVID travel policies'
Ryanair has blamed European governments for "continuous changes" in travel restrictions, as it announces a 20% cut in October capacity.
TikTok downloads to be blocked in US within days
People in the US will be banned from downloading TikTok from this Sunday.
Coronavirus: The Crown Estate warns COVID-19 will hit value of profits and property
The Crown Estate has said it expects the value of its profits and property to be badly affected by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Coronavirus: BoE warns recent case increases could hold back economy
Britain's economy is "less weak" than previously expected but a recent rise in COVID-19 cases could take its toll on activity, the Bank of England has said.
Caixabank strikes deal with Bankia to create Spain's biggest domestic bank
Caixabank has announced the terms of the acquisition of state-owned lender Bankia in a deal that will create Spain's biggest domestic bank.
Sadiq Khan: London mayor calls for business rates holiday extension over fears of tens of thousands of job losses
Sadiq Khan is calling for the government to extend the business rates holiday for another year as companies say reintroducing the rates would be the "final blow" for those already struggling during the pandemic.