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Banks should offer commercial landlords a full payment holiday if affected by Coronavirus, says Business Secretary today. Meanwhile the Bank of England is set to unveil a £100bn new stimulus, and new European jobs data announced.
The Bank of England ready to unveil another stimulus package to fight economic turmoil of Coronavirus.
The Bank of England is set to unveil another $125 billion stimulus package as it fights coronavirus https://t.co/LgvbGyblyS
— Insider Business (@BusinessInsider) June 17, 2020
The Business Secretary confirms that banks should offer commercial landlords a full payment holiday if affected by Coronavirus crisis.
This is big. The Government has confirmed that full payment holidays (capital + interest) should be offered to customers with 'existing commercial loans'. Customers may wish to share the following link with their lender https://t.co/sAobeERj52 https://t.co/TN77rfJ0TV
— APPG on Fair Business Banking (@APPGbanking) June 16, 2020
The Consumer Prices index is down.
#Breaking The rate of Consumer Price Index inflation fell to 0.5% in May from 0.8% in April, the Office for National Statistics said
— PA Media (@PA) June 17, 2020
New data shows one in five furloughed workers in Europe might lose their job.
— Bloomberg Markets (@markets) June 17, 2020
Justin Cash is jubilent over SJP client feedback review.
SJP is changing how it collects client feedback. I've been banging on about this for years, so pretty happyhttps://t.co/Y2adjNNxD4
— Justin Cash (@Justin_Cash_1) June 17, 2020
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