5 Things You Need To Know, Today, on Tuesday 13th August 2019
Justin Waite
5 Things You Need To Know
05:28, 13th August 2019

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5 Things You Need To Know, Today, on Tuesday 13th August 2019

5. Argentine stock markets and its currency have both plunged after conservative President Mauricio Macri suffered a shock defeat in primary elections on Sunday.

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4. KPMG one of the UK's biggest accountancy companies has ousted, Tim Howarth, its head of its financial services consulting division, following a probe into alleged misconduct.

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3. Irish consumer sentiment slumped to a four-and-a-half year low in July as Boris Johnson’s pledge to leave the European Union no matter what on Oct. 31 rattled his nearest neighbors.

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2. The UK is "first in line" for a trade deal with the US, President Trump's National Security Adviser has said.

John Bolton said the US supported a no-deal Brexit and added that Washington would propose an accelerated series of trade deals.

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1. Bosses of more than 50 retailers including Asda and Boots have written to the chancellor urging him to change tax rules to boost the UK High Street.

The group said it wanted him to fix the "broken business rates system", which it called outdated.

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