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Metro Atlanta rents rise while occupancy dips. Interest rates could be to blame.

Apartment rents generally rise when properties see a rise in occupancy. But in recent years, “traditional ways of looking at…

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UK

Councils should make ‘decent’ 5 pay rise offer to avoid strikes, says First Minister

THE First Minister has said that councils should make a “decent” 5% pay offer to try and avert the forthcoming strikes…

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Business

Asian shares rise on optimism about US, China economies

TOKYO — Asian shares were mostly higher Wednesday as regional markets looked to strong economic signs out of the U.S.…

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Business

Asian shares rise on optimism about U.S., China economies

TOKYO – Asian shares were mostly higher Wednesday as regional markets looked to strong economic signs out of the…

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Business

State pension age predicted to rise to 68 earlier than expected – are you affected?

The rise to 68 is said to happen between 2044 and 2046, but this may not be the case for…

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UK

Calls mount to scrap annual rail fare rise in England

Ministers are facing growing calls to scrap the annual, inflation-linked increase that affects about half of England’s train fares to…

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UK

Grocery prices in Great Britain rise 11.6% as inflation hits highest level since 2008

Supermarket bills in Great Britain will soar by £533, or more than £10 a week, as grocery price inflation hits…

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UK

Cost of living crisis: Households underestimating how much energy bills will rise, research shows

Most households are underestimating the massive energy price rises predicted in the coming months with some even believing they will…

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Europe

Tensions rise as China begins fresh war games around Taiwan

The Chinese army Monday said it would carry out fresh air and marine military drills around Taiwan amid growing tensions…

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Business

Recession warning: UK faces ‘much deeper recession’ if interest rates continue to rise

“In that sense, they simply cannot move too far on rates or they will lock in a much deeper recession.”…

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