The European Central Bank (ECB) president has given an ebullient speech on the enduring strength of the eurozone and the 'tangible improvements' he has witnessed in the state of the UK economy.
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Shareholders have lambasted the chairman and chief exec of JP Morgan, Jamie Dimon, over holding both roles. They say he should be one or t'other.
The Ernst & Young Item Club, which makes economic forecasts using the Treasury's own methods, says inflation has cost the UK £10bn over the last three years alone.
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