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The Bank of England has backed away from an immediate interest rate rise and left its benchmark at the historic low of 0.1%, despite publishing its highest inflation forecast in a decade, the Financial Times…

The Daily Mirror has branded the chancellor’s announcement “the bankers’ budget” as “tax on bubbly was cut as the cost of living is set to soar”.

The Financial Times leads with a warning from the Bank of England’s new chief economist that inflation is likely to rise “close to or even slightly above five percent” early next year, which comes ahead…

European Central Bank president Christine Lagarde has reassured bond investors even though the ECB said it would buy fewer bonds in a sign of confidence in the eurozone’s economic recovery, according to the Financial Times.

The Financial Times leads with the news the Bank of England has said a modest tightening of monetary policy is likely to be necessary, in a bid to control inflation.

The Financial Times says a London-based digital banking start-up, Revolut, has become the UK’s most valuable private tech company ever after raising $800m (£578m) in a funding round.

There are growing calls for Monday to be a bank holiday if England win the Euro 2020 final against Italy at Wembley on Sunday, says the Daily Mirror.

The European Central Bank has set a new 2% inflation target and said it could tolerate temporary moves beyond that point, in a shift that gives policymakers flexibility to keep interest rates at historic lows…

The Financial Times says Rishi Sunak is pushing to win a carve-out for the City’s big banks in the G7’s drive for a new global tax system to cover the world’s “largest and most profitable…

Commodities trader Trafigura warned Credit Suisse last year that the bank’s supply-chain finance funds appeared to contain a suspicious invoice, the Financial Times reports.

“Hot hot hot hot hot hot!” writes the Daily Star Sunday as it reports that the UK could see as many as six heatwaves this summer – starting with this bank holiday weekend.For more details…

Ministers have been were forced to climb down on travel restrictions to English COVID hotspots after a day of mounting confusion and anger left millions of people wondering if they needed to cancel bank holiday…

The Bank of England says Britain is on course for its strongest year of economic growth since the Second World War as households spend their lockdown savings and businesses step up investment, according to The…

The Daily Express leads with the Bank of England’s claim that big-spending consumers will send the economy surging back to pre-COVID levels this year. Spurred on by the vaccine rollout, the boom will trigger the…

The Bank of England expects the UK economy to grow by 7.25% this year – a much stronger recovery from the pandemic – built on the back of higher consumer spending, writes the Financial Times.

David Cameron “repeatedly pushed” the Bank of England and the Treasury to “risk up to £20bn in taxpayer cash to help Greensill Capital”, The Guardian reports.

The Financial Times says China’s central bank has asked lenders to rein in credit supply, following concerns that a surge of lending to help the country recover from the coronavirus pandemic could cause financial instability.

The banks Nomura and Credit Suisse have warned of large losses after a fire sale of more than $20bn (£14.5bn) of Chinese and US stocks as their client Archegos Capital Management was forced into a…

The Sunday Times claims that a “scandal-hit banker” enriched himself through a loans scheme after then-PM David Cameron gave him special access to Whitehall departments and agencies.

The Financial Times reports that Europe’s top banking regulator has asked the continent’s lenders for details of their exposure to stricken Greensill Capital and its key client GFG Alliance.

Chancellor Rishi Sunak will offer individual grants of up to £18,000 as part of a £5bn rescue scheme to prevent bankruptcies, The Observer reports.