But first, here are the other top two stories of the week.
At number three, Netflix has added more than 2.4 million subscribers, beating its third-quarter expectations of just one million subscribers. This skyrocketed its share price more than 14%. Netflix will launch its new model with ads this November, at £4.99 a month.
At number two, ASOS saw a loss of nearly £32m in the 12 months to August, compared with a profit of £177m last year. The retailer is expecting to make a further loss in the six months to the end of February, as living costs soar.
And at number one, the pound rose on Thursday following Liz Truss's resignation, before dipping sharply. Markets have been in turmoil following the mini-budget, where the government promised huge tax cuts without saying how it would pay for them. A new Prime Minister will be declared in a week, and they’ll have the big task of navigating the economy through this cost of living crisis.
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