News Headlines - 15 December 2015

Julian Assange to be questioned by Sweden - BBC News

Ecuador has agreed to allow Wikileaks founder Julian Assange to be questioned by the Swedish authorities at the Ecuadorean embassy in London.

Japanese electronics: Toshiba to cut thousands of jobs in consumer division- Nikkei Asian Review

Toshiba seeks to eliminate up to 7,000 jobs mainly in its long-suffering consumer electronics segment, getting tough with money-losing operations that it tried to gussy up with specious accounting.

Bank of England Says Britons Better Able to Withstand Rate Rise - Bloomberg Business

Britons have improved their finances over the past year and are in a better position to withstand interest-rate increases, the Bank of England said in its Quarterly Bulletin on Tuesday.

Inflation at close to zero for longest period on record as wages rise | Daily Mail Online

Families preparing for Christmas will see their pay packets go further with inflation at its lowest level for the longest period on record.
The cost of living rose by just 0.1 per cent in November, while wages have been rising by more than 2.5 per cent.

Nazi gold train: 'No evidence' of discovery in Poland - BBC News

There is no evidence that a Nazi train rumoured to be carrying gems and gold has been found in Poland, experts say.








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