The UK's current account deficit widened faster than expected in the third quarter to reach a record high of £27bn.
The Office for National Statistics (ONS) said today the Q3 deficit stood at £27bn, up from £24.3bn in Q2 2014 and significantly worse than economists' expectations of a £23bn figure. Today's figure...
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