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Make planes, not war  Civil aerospace could soon overtake global defence spending as a boom in air travel lead by emerging economies has sent spending on planes to fresh highs.  Both Boeing and Airbus have reported record sales whilst military budget cuts have sent global defence revenues down 1.3 per cent in the last year.

MILITARY budget cuts have sent global defence revenues down per cent in the last year, and civil aerospace could soon overtake the sector, according

With the economies of Brazil, Russia, India and China experiencing slowdowns and political upheaval increasing in emerging markets, investors are moving their money to the developed countries

Bye, bye BRIC: A new global investment shift takes hold

With the economies of Brazil, Russia, India and China experiencing slowdowns and political upheaval increasing in emerging markets, investors are moving their money to the developed countries

New car registrations record their biggest year on year jump in 11 years, with the Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders reporting the figure as 2,044,609.

New car registrations record their biggest year on year jump in 11 years, with the Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders reporting the figure as

New car registrations across the EU fell in February to the worst total for the month since the ACEA started collecting figures. A 10.5 per cent year-on-year drop in sales to 795,482 saw challenges faced by countries across the Eurozone; including the likes of Finland and the Netherlands.

NEW CAR registrations across the EU plunged to their worst February in over 10 years last month, according to numbers released yesterday.

Britain's changing viewing habits:  On-demand viewing now accounts for a third of the 31 hours the average Brit spends watching video content a week, data released by YouGov has revealed.  It is now thought that as many as 400,000 homes are now using YouView technology, whilst other on-demand services such as Lovefilm and Netflix have also become popular.

SERVICES such as the BBC’s iPlayer and Netflix have led to an explosion in the popularity of on-demand video, with the average Brit now spending six

FORD FIESTA AND FOCUS MODELS REMAIN UK'S MOST POPULAR CARS AS FORECASTS FOR NEW REGISTRATIONS ARE RAISED: The UK continues to outstrip other European countries in car production.  After data revealed that July recorded a 17th consecutive monthly rise in new car registrations, the Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders has raised its forecasts for 2013 to 2.216m units: #UKNews, #CarSales, #BritishMotorIndustry

THE AUTOMOTIVE industry registered another expansion in July, with new cars registered in the UK, the monthly rise in a row.

Is there limited scope for significant declines in UK unemployment?  Despite a fall of 57,000 in the number of people without jobs between March and May, the number of those who are unemployed for more than a year is on the rise. In London, unemployment fell notably compared to the previous three months, but remains above the UK average.  ‪#‎UKNews‬, ‪#‎Unemployment‬, ‪#‎Jobs‬

THE NUMBER of people without jobs who are looking for work fell by between March and May, against the previous three months, the Office for National

Fuller aircraft being used at Heathrow see passenger numbers hit an all time high of 4.85m in February. Heathrow's chief executive Colin Matthews states the rise was not a result of "the addition of new routes to emerging economies."

Fuller aircraft being used at Heathrow see passenger numbers hit an all time high of in February. Heathrow's chief executive Colin Matthews states the rise was not a result of "the addition of new routes to emerging economies.

MORE GOOD NEWS FOR THE UK: After data released yesterday revealed PMI growth in every region in Great Britain during May, further upbeat figures suggest that the economy is heading back towards sustained growth. Five years after the financial crisis began, recent improvements in economic data seem at last to be feeding through to families' finances, with fewer British households in financial trouble now than a year ago.

THE LONG squeeze on UK households is ending, job prospects are looking up and the economy is heading back towards sustained growth, a raft of upbeat figures

Early signs of recovery ahead of UK GDP growth news  Steadily strengthening data over the past few months is bolstering hopes that Thursday's second quarter GDP release will entrench the recovery, with City analysts forecasting growth of 0.6 per cent.  At the same time, falling unemployment, the creation of more private sector jobs and tax cuts have all contributed to alleviating strains on consumer budgets.  #UKNews, #BritishEconomy, #UKGDP

Tablet searches boom as Brits buy for the sun

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