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UK's online shoppers top global spending survey

UK households spent the an identical of $5,900 (£Four,611) the usage of cost cards on-line in 2015.

Barbie out of fashion as Mattel slumps

Sales of Barbie have fallen sharply, including to a worse-than-expected hunch for the toy maker.

Marks and Spencer to close six stores

The High Side Road chain’s turnaround plan goals to keep it up-to-the-minute with altering purchasing habits.

RBS stake may be sold at a loss, chancellor admits

Royal Bank of Scotland shares are worth lower than half of what the government paid for them in 2008.

Pound soars and FTSE 100 tumbles after election announcement

Sterling nears $1.2850 after Theresa May Just announces an election for Eight June, however shares undergo.

Next slashes Wolfson's pay by half after profits slide

The retailer offers no bonus to its chief executive after the first fall in income for eight years.

Cyber attacks 'hit one in five UK firms'

The British Chambers of Commerce urges British firms to do more to give protection to themselves.

Londoners work '100 hours a year more than rest of the UK

The Typical time spent at work in the capital is the perfect in the UK, in line with legit data.

Weetabix 'set to be sold to US firm'

The British cereal firm is predicted to be offered in a £1.8bn deal, reports counsel.

Hove's BN3 postcode the most sought-after for 'young urbanites'

Young experts pay a £71,000 premium to reside in the preferred property areas, says a survey.