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Andrew Verity
BBC economics correspondent. Should mean I'm corresponding with everyone: get in touch. Views mine: facts, everyone's.
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Suzi Ring May 24
Deutsche Bank, Barclays Euribor Traders' Trial Delayed to 2018
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Andrew Verity May 24
The RBS rights issue case has been suspended again. Talks are continuing with update at 4pm tomorrow. Decision on trial by Thursday next wk.
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Business Insider May 23
Top financial adviser: Just working hard will not make you wealthy
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ResolutionFoundation May 22
Employers have cut younger workers' pay to fund pensions they will never see - on new RF research
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Sarah Pennells May 22
If I hear 1 more journalist say 'if u have less than the threshold, the council pays your care', I will scream. Most pension income is taken
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Faisal Islam May 18
Number of English homes owned outright without mortgage, overtook those mortgaged in 2013 - this was a significant shift for politics etc...
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Romesh Vaitilingam May 19
Real wages & living standards in the UK, election analysis just published,
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Andrew Verity May 19
Hi - interested in reaching Eric Ben-Artzi. Can you help me get in touch?
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Andrew Verity May 18
A belated congrats for a very nice job from a legendary programme 👍🏻this flame must continue to burn. Keep passing the torch
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Andrew Verity May 18
Replying to @SandyPabon3
well at the very least it seems highly likely to get a new leader.
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Andrew Verity May 18
Replying to @markbishopuk
Let's hope so. If there were enough funds available, the NCA/SFO wouldn't have to rely on banks investigating themselves........
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Andrew Verity May 18
Replying to @TomJHarper
Well there was Al Yamamah. Forex rigging. The HBOS fraud. Oh - hang on - those were the ones the SFO DIDN'T pursue...
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Andrew Verity May 18
The Serious Fraud Office will never be the same if the Conservatives get elected. A whole history lies behind this manifesto pledge:
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Andrew Verity May 17
The number of non-UK born people working in the UK increased by 388,000 in Jan-Mar. The figure for U.K.-born people was little changed (ONS)
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Andrew Verity May 17
Unemployment hit its lowest rate since 1975 in Jan-Mar of 4.6%
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Andrew Verity May 17
The number of non-UK nationals working in the U.K. increased 207,000 in Jan-Mar. That's more than the increase in U.K. nationals in work
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Andrew Verity May 17
Pay rises continue to slip - with average earnings up 2.1% in the 3 months Jan-Mar compared to a year before (excluding bonuses) - ONS
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Andrew Verity May 17
Productivity fell by 0.5% in the first three months of the year - according to an estimate just released by the ONS.
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ResolutionFoundation May 16
House prices may be on the turn, but the wedge between earnings and prices in the UK as a whole is still stark
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Andrew Verity May 16
There's an easing of inflationary pressure for producers. Input prices (the prices they pay for raw materials etc) up 16.6% (was 19.9%)
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