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Non-food prices drop by 2.6% year-on-year as retailers continue to respond to market conditions with bargains and promotions
Consumers have benefited from three years of continuously falling shop prices on non-food goods, according to the latest data from retailers.
Excluding food, prices fell 2.6% in March from a year earlier, according to the BRC-Nielsen shop price index.
Falling oil prices, mounting concern over a possible UK exit from the EU and the IMF chief’s warning about faltering growth fuel jitters
Stock markets across Europe have fallen following weaker than expected economic indicators, falling oil prices, and a warning from the International Monetary Fund stoked fears of a slowing global recovery.
All major European markets fell, with the FTSE 100 in London closing down 1.2% or 73 points at 6091.23, after new data indicated global economic uncertainty and concern over the EU referendum weighed on Britain’s services sector in March, in the latest sign that the UK recovery is losing momentum.
DIYARBAKIR, Turkey (Reuters) – Turkey declared a curfew in the southeastern town of Silopi on Tuesday after Kurdish militants launched a rocket attack on an armored police vehicle, killing one officer and wounding four, security sources said.
JOHANNESBURG (Reuters) – South Africa’s ruling ANC party reaffirmed its support for President Jacob Zuma following Monday crisis talks, hours ahead of an impeachment vote called after the country’s top court ruled he had failed to uphold the constitution.
SYDNEY (Reuters) – Support for Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull’s conservative government has fallen to its lowest level since he assumed office, undermining expectations he will secure a comfortable election victory later this year.
DHAKA (Reuters) – A former Bangladeshi prime minister surrendered to a court on Tuesday in connection an arrest warrant over a deadly fire bombing attack on a bus. She was granted bail, a prosecutor said.