January 29: the day in four charts
Today’s top stories:
- The Bank of Japan shocks investors by introducing negative interest rates
- An OECD report highlights poor levels of literacy and numeracy in England, part of a broader international problem
- Latest US GDP figures show that growth failed to accelerate in 2015, slowing down to 0.7%
- Karren Brady, the vice-chair of West Ham United football club has warned of “devastating consequences” for the game if the UK votes to quit the EU
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