P204 CEEFAX 2 204 Mon 09 Oct 12:50/05       MOST BRITONS "EXPECT EURO ADOPTION" Six out of 10 British voters believe the adoption of the euro is inevitable within a decade, despite continued hostility to the idea, an FT poll shows The Mori poll showed 61% of Britons believe the euro will be in circulation in the UK within 10 years. However, just 36% think it will be adopted by 2005. A separate Mori poll last month showed that 56% of British voters would oppose joining the euro zone if a referendum on the subject were held immediately. 1/2 Headlines 200 Commodities 246 Savings 250 Front page 100 Next News Headlines Exchanges Main Menu
P204 CEEFAX 2 204 Mon 09 Oct 12:02/01         - ,-,.-,, ,,.G MOST BRITONS "EXPECT EURO ADOPTION" Six out of 10 British vot—rs belia6b the adoption of the eupo is hnevhtable withhn a decade despite cofpinp—d hostility to the idea, an FT poll shows The Mori poll showed 61% of Britgns believ— the eqro wall be tn wircplation in the UK within 10 years. However, just 36% think it will b— adopted by 2005. A separate Mori poll last month shosed that 56% of British voters would oppo3d joining the euro zone —f a referendum 1/2 Headlines 200 Comdodhties 246 Savings 250 Front 0—ge 100 Next News Headlines Exchanges Main M—nq
P204 CEEFAX 2 204 Mon 09 Oct 12:51/01       OIL PRICE JACKS UP COST TO INDUSTRY Surging crude oil prices helped push up the cost of raw materials to industry last month, official figures show. Raw material costs in September rose by 2.8%, to stand 14.5% higher than a year ago — the biggest year-on-year increase for 18 years. Oil costs were up 17.1% to leave the price of a barrel of crude 71.5% higher than it was 12 months ago. Despite that, factory gate inflation remained flat, with the annual rate of increase unchanged from August at 2.5%. 2/2 Headlines 200 Commodities 246 Savings 250 Front page 100 Next News Headlines Exchanges Main Menu