Kathryn Gaw

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Kathryn Gaw is a freelance journalist who specialises in fund management, insurance, financial regulation and the unusual.

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Retailers saw footfall drop in October, but at a slower rate than the previous month, as shoppers headed to the high street [...]

14 November
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The Channel Tunnel is responsible for £91.4bn in imports and exports each year, as analysts predict that this trade link will [...]

14 November
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The global economy is set to strengthen slightly over the next two years, thanks to accelerated growth in the US and G20 emerging [...]

14 November
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Two thirds of UK companies have seen their sales rise by 9.1 per cent this year after a long period of falling profits, as analysts [...]

14 November
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Inflation is set to reach a two-year high of 1.2 per cent this week, as consumers feel the effect of rising food costs and the [...]

14 November
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Britain’s wine and spirits industry raised billions of pounds in revenue for the Treasury last year, as booze sales reached [...]

31 October
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Hipster workspaces will be soon arriving in Portugal and the US thanks to a £20m investment from a group of high profile investors. [...]

30 October
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FTSE 250 firm Essentra will replace chief executive Colin Day with Coats boss Paul Forman, following two consecutive profit warnings [...]

30 October
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Matalan has dropped one of its long-term suppliers amid rumours of price concerns. [...]

30 October
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Digger firm Hewden has launched an urgent search for new backers amid money concerns which could put more than 1,000 jobs at [...]

30 October
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Discount fashion retailer TK Maxx has reported soaring profits as it announces plans to open a slew of new stores across the [...]

30 October
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Declining M&A activity and downward pressure on fees will hit profitability at the UK’s top law firms, lawyers have predicted. [...]

19 September
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The government will miss its housing targets unless housing associations are able to build more homes, a leading think tank has [...]

19 September
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Shoppers are finally returning to UK stores, as footfall figures rose in August, following two months of losses. [...]

19 September
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Brits would trust their banks with fingerprint technology before they’d trust the government, new research has found. [...]

19 September
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