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VANRATH Finance Roundup: 16th August

  • Publish Date: Posted 10 months ago
  • Author:by VANRATH

VANRATH rounds up the trending finance news stories this week


Tesco and Sainsbury's using 'potentially dodgy tactics' with loyalty card prices

Which? says the supermarket giants are using "potentially dodgy tactics" and has shared the findings of its investigation with the Competition and Markets Authority.

The retailers have rejected the claims, arguing the watchdog failed to take inflation into account and stress strict Trading Standards rules have been followed.



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Derry the 'cheapest city to raise a family' in the UK, research finds

The findings come after census data showed earlier this year that the Derry and Strabane council area has the highest unemployment rate in Northern Ireland, while other data shows the area has one of the lowest rates of average pay.

The latest research suggests the cost of living in Derry is considerably lower than any other part of the UK at an estimated £14,220 to raise a family.



Belfast investment summit can lead to prosperous future says Heaton-Harris

A major investment summit which will bring about 120 businesses and investors from around the globe to Northern Ireland is set to get under way.

Northern Ireland Secretary Chris Heaton-Harris said he believes the event will lead to a more prosperous future for the region.


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