Tettenhall Wood United Reformed Church

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Thursday 14th December 2017
Tettenhall Wood URC Mount Road Tettenhall Wood Wolverhampton WV6 8HT Tel: 01902 754383 Minister: Rev Tim Mullings Reaching out and loving in the name of Christ our Saviour
Prayer Breakfast
Once a week at 7.30am - the venue for this alternates between Christ Church (in Church Rd.) & TWURC.

Live BBC Business News

Debate over property tax 'welcome'

Surveyors say changes to stamp duty levied on first-time buyers should spark a wider debate.

US Federal Reserve raises interest rates again

The US central bank has moved to increase interest rates for the third time this year.

Republican lawmakers say historic tax deal is agreed

Republicans reportedly say they have agreed the biggest overhaul of the country's tax system in 30 years.

Sports Direct investors veto £11m payout to Ashley's brother

The retailer's shareholders have refused to back a payout to Mike Ashley's brother.

DanTDM: the million-dollar jelly bean-eating gamer

YouTube's highest earner discusses the lessons he has learnt as an entrepreneur.

Bank of England's PRA to remove gendered language

Chairman will be chair and "grandfathering" will no longer exist under plans by the regulator.

Wage squeeze continues for British households

Earnings grew by 2.3% in the three months to October, lagging inflation for a seventh month.

Commonwealth Bank admits failures in money laundering case

Australia's Commonwealth Bank was late to disclose 53,000 potentially suspicious transactions.

Green Business News

Gold and Oil Prices 2day

The Business Week from 10

1. EasyJet boss Carolyn McCall and Natalie Massenet, founder of Net-a-Porter, were appointed dames in the new year honours. Insurance tycoon Clive Cowdery was knighted while Samir Desai, co-founder of Funding Circle, was appointed a CBE.

2. Saudi Arabia posted a budget deficit of £66bn and announced public spending cuts. Oil minister Ali Al-Naimi said the kingdom would take no measures to restrict crude supplies, pushing analysts to mark down their oil price forecasts for this year.

3. The Financial Conduct Authority said it had shelved an inquiry into the staff culture at banks, provoking claims that it was going soft on the City.

4. Sports Direct said it would increase pay for directly employed staff by 15p an hour, from £6.70 to £6.85.

5. Amazon said it would extend its grocery delivery service, sending shares in Ocado down sharply.

6. The acquisitive industrial group Melrose returned £2bn to shareholders and said it was optimistic about making another big deal.

7. The CBI was accused by pro-Brexit campaigners of secretly dropping demands for a renegotiation of the working-time directive.

8. The commodities trader Noble Group was slashed to junk status by the ratings agency Moody’s.

9. China ordered three unnamed foreign banks to stop foreign-exchange transactions until the end of March.

10. The competition regulator said it would investigate J Sainsbury’s sale of its chemists to Celesio, owner of the Lloyds Pharmacy chain.

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Tettenhall Wood Luncheon Club for Elderly
Meets at the United Reformed Church Hall, Mount Road on Tuesdays and Fridays 10am - 2pm