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Bank of England raised interest rates by 0.75% for the first time in over three decades to 3.00%, as inflation reached a 40-year high of 10.1% in September; move represented the eighth consecutive rate hike

Bank of England will buy inflation-linked securities and conventional government bonds as fluctuations in bonds prices posed a risk to fiscal stability; purchases will total up to £10B a day until Friday, equally split between both types of bonds

Morrisons bracing for up to £95M in costs related to annual interest payments on its £6.6B of borrowing, as well as an expected rise in Bank of England interest rates

Tech vs. Trees: Paper batteries could reduce environmental impact of single-use electronics, UK completes transition from paper banknotes to polymer, print newspaper comic strips increasingly on chopping block

Bank of England announced it would buy long-term government bonds over the next two weeks to combat decline in British financial assets; IMF recommended against plan to cut taxes and increase borrowing

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