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Last Week's Financial Review in 5 Minutes

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Date: Mon 22/Apr/2013, 11:13

Fitch Downgraded the UK’s status from AAA to AA+, the second such downgrade by a big credit ratings agency.

Consumer price inflation stood at 2.8% in March, the same as a month earlier and the highest since May, said the Office for National Statistics.

The jobless total rose by 70,000 to 2.56 in three months to the end of February, pushing unemployment up to 7.9%.

Britain will challenge a new European tax on financial transactions at the European Court of Justice, the chancellor revealed.

Gold suffered its worst two-day fall since the 1980’s with the value of an ounce tumbling to $1,368, down from close to $1,700 in January. The oil price dipped below $100 for the first time since last July.

Tesco reported its first fall in earnings for almost 20 years – pre-tax profits down 52% at £1.96bn in the year to February 13 as a result of £2bn in charges for its ailing, American subsidiary and overpayment for property.

Lord Wolfson, the chief executive of Next, will share his £2.4m bonus among his staff, representing £130 for each full-time employee on the minimum wage at the fashion chain, where shares have almost doubled to £43 in the past three years.

John Barton, 69, Next’s chairman, will succeed Sir Mike Rake as chairman of easyJet, the budget airline.

Jannie Schaffer, hired from Victoria’s Secret in January to pep up Marks & Spencer’s lingerie lines, stepped down amid new fears of disarray in the retailer’s executive ranks.

Mick Davis will pick up £14.2m to leave his post as chief executive of Xstrata early when its merger with Glencore is completed on May 2. His deal includes free office space for a year and 30 hours’ use of the FTSE 100 miner’s new jet.

Sly Bailey, who stood down last June as chief executive of Trinity Mirror following an investor revolt over pay, negotiated a £896,000 payoff to add to £911,000 in “nil cost” options and £459,000 in salary and benefits, according to the publisher’s annual report.

Richard Alderman spent almost £25,000 travelling to overseas meetings during his last year as head of Serious Fraud Office, while the agency descended into turmoil.

Weeks after its star fund manager, Richard Buxton, said he was leaving for Old Mutual Schroders hired Jupiter’s Philip Matthews and Neptune’s Alex Breese to stem the outflow of cash from its flagship £3.6bn UK Alpha Plus fund.

John Griffin sold his Addison Lee minicab company to Carlyle, the American private equity firm, for £300m.

Rich Ricci the American investment banker who was one of Bob Diamond’s lieutenants, retired at 40 from Barclays, continuing the scandal-hit banks clear out.

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