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Personal Finance

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Investment consultants who advise UK pension schemes face tougher rules under proposals outlined by Britain's anti-monopolies regulator on Wednesday.
The Bank of England will nudge up borrowing costs next month, according to economists polled by Reuters this week who have grown a bit more confident Britain will strike a free trade deal with the European Union.
Bank of England Governor Mark Carney said on Tuesday that a no-deal Brexit would have "big" economic consequences, prompt a review of interest rates and leave many bankers idle.
British workers' wages have risen at the slowest rate in six months despite a record number of people in jobs, challenging the Bank of England as it considers raising interest rates next month for only the second time since the financial crisis.