CA daily briefing: Wednesday 17 March
Your essential briefing of the morning's top news stories.
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Today's top stories from around the web
- Energy customers could get refund when direct debits are too high (BBC News)
- Ofcom raises £1.4bn from mobile airwaves auction (City AM)
- New York stays top in finance as London loses ground, index shows (Reuters)
- Visa to hike interchange fees for UK customers in post-Brexit move (Sky News)
- Britons will go on £50bn spending spree when Covid rules are lifted – report (The Guardian)
- Uber to pay drivers a minimum wage, holiday pay and pensions (BBC News)
- UK borrowers impacted by pandemic face rising mortgage payments, L&G warns (City AM)
- Oil bears and bulls grapple as market puzzles over pandemic exit (Reuters)
- COVID-19: Two jabs needed for 'staycation' cruises, P&O demands (Sky News)
- Tax-free childcare bonus of up to £500 not being claimed (Accountancy Daily)
That's all for today. Check back tomorrow for your Thursday briefing.