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Tesla sees sales soar despite supply chain woes - but warns 'outside factors' could affect further growth
Tesla said it had battled chip shortages, port congestion and rolling blackouts as it reported better-than-expected sales - but warned "outside factors" could hold back further growth.
New Zealand trade deal: PM hails 'great' new pact - but NFU warns it offers 'almost nothing' for British farmers
British sheep farmers could face increased competition from New Zealand lamb imports as a consequence of a free-trade deal which has been secured and hailed as "great" by Prime Minister Boris Johnson.
Petrol retailers warn of record prices at the pumps within days
Petrol retailers have been accused of "taking a bigger cut" by a motoring group after warning that record pump prices are expected within days.
Bitcoin hits record high as launch of new fund opens up market to wider class of investors
Bitcoin has hit a new record high after the launch of a new exchange-traded fund (ETF) linked to the cryptocurrency - seen as likely to open it up to a wider class of investors.
Inflation steady at 3.1% ahead of predicted surge in the cost of living
The rate of inflation crept down slightly to an annual rate of 3.1% in September, according to official figures which are tipped to surge in the months ahead and force the Bank of England to intervene.
Inflation: Six things consumers are having to pay more for
The latest inflation figures, on the face of it, contain little to worry us members of the public because the headline measure fell back.
Weidmann exits after dogged campaign against ECB's approach to 'addictive' cheap money
One of the world's most important central bankers is stepping down.
Lloyds is shutting 48 more bank branches - is yours one of them?
Lloyds Banking Group has announced the closure of 48 branches early next year adding to 100 already shutting or shut in 2021.
Facebook fined £50m for 'refusing to comply' with regulator
Facebook has been fined £50m by the UK's competition watchdog for deliberately refusing to comply with an investigation into its purchase of gif library Giphy.
Autumn budget and spending review 2021: What do Conservative MPs want from Chancellor Rishi Sunak?
Chancellor Rishi Sunak will later this month deliver an autumn budget as well as set out departmental budgets as part of a Whitehall spending review.