Thursday February 20, 2020

Newsround: what Friday's business pages say

The ECB rate cut and the government's bill sale dominate Friday's business pages, as well as the decision by the CEO of Ulster Bank to waive his bonus this year.

6th July, 2012
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Friday's business pages

The top stories from Friday's business pages.

**The NTMA** plans to borrow more money from private lenders after its successful debt sale (p1).

**Jim Brown,** the CEO of Ulster Bank, has bowed to political pressure to waive his bonus (p5)

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