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The only other cities to have surpassed their pre-crisis peak are Oxford, Aberdeen, Bristol, Portsmouth, Southampton and Bournemouth.
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FTSE LIVE: First Ebola case in New York City spooks investors sending US stock futures tumbling and the Footsie lower
In early trade, the FTSE 100 index shed 42.6 points at 6,372.5 reversing yesterday’s late rally after a mixed showing by Asian stock markets, with only Japan's Nikkei 225 ending higher.
Blind people and school run children could be among the first to enjoy the 'truly transformational' benefits of driverless cars on UK roads, Transport Minister Claire Perry says.
Small firms warned of surge in invoice fraud - with one Norfolk-based manufacturer scammed out of £350k
The fraudsters send in fake requests for payment which look legitimate, often via e-mail or letter, with new payment details.
Brokers’ telephone lines were red hot with gossip that mobile phone giant Vodafone (2.75p up at 196.85p) is lining up a cash bid worth £4.3bn or 450p a share for TalkTalk.
Analysts expect official data out today to show that Britain’s gross domestic product increased by 0.7% or 0.8%, down from 0.9% in the second quarter.
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We've come up with a list of five easy kills that could cut your energy bills simply by tweaking your household appliances.
A month-long probe by forensic accountants from Deloitte revealed the profits shortfall is £263m, rather than the £250m Tesco originally admitted.
The food group behind Mr Kipling warned of exceedingly poor trading as most ranges, including Oxo cubes and Bisto gravy, are only stocked in large supermarkets.
The analyst community appears to have convinced itself that disposals of up to £10bn could be on the way.
Hunt for new Tesco chairman begins after Sir Richard Broadbent signals he will stand down in wake of accounting scandal
He insisted he was leaving of his own volition and had not been pushed out by investors, despite accusations he was ‘incompetent’.
Scale of challenge facing Tesco's new boss Dave Lewis laid bare after retailer posts 5.5 per cent slump in second quarter sales - the worst performance in more than 40 years
Weary investors, who have already seen the shares fall 53 per cent this year following a barrage of bad news, wiped 6.6 per cent or 12p off the stock, which closed at 171p.
France's troubled economy 'remains stuck in reverse' as businesses cut jobs at fastest pace for year and a half
The purchasing managers’ index of private sector activity – where 50 is the cut-off between growth and decline – fell from 48.4 in September to an eight-month low of 48.
FTSE CLOSE: Footsie flat as big falls by supermarkets stops index from enjoying reassuring eurozone data boost
Tesco's 92 per cent slump in half-year profits fuelled concerns about the health of the supermarket sector today, although investors still found cheer after positive eurozone data.
Supermarket giant Tesco looking deeply unloved, which means contrarian investors are asking whether that means it is time to buy.
FTSE LIVE: Footsie flat as big falls by supermarkets stops index from enjoying reassuring eurozone data boost
The FTSE 100 index was down 0.2 points at 6,399.6, but in Paris the CAC 40 index was up 0.9 per cent and in Frankfurt the Dax 30 index added 0.6 per cent albeit below the day’s peak.
Inheritances have less of an impact because they make up a lower proportion of a household or individuals entire wealth research by the Institute for Fiscal Studies has found.
FTSE LIVE: Footsie lower as Tesco tumbles on profit collapse as black hole widens but eurozone data offers some support
By mid session, the FTSE 100 index was only 11.3 points lower at 6,388.4, not far from the session peak of 6,403.27 having recovered from a low of 6,013.32
- Annonce d'arrêt de Grande Chambre dans l'affaire Mocanu et autres c. Roumanie
- Forthcoming Grand Chamber judgment in the case of Mocanu and others v. Romania
- Arrêt Firth et autres c. R-U - affaires de suivi concernant le droit de vote des détenus
- Judgment Firth and Others v. the UK - follow-up prisoner voting cases
- Grand Chamber judgment Fernandez Martinez v. Spain - Decision not to renew the contract, as religious education teacher, of a Catholic priest who was married, was legitimate and proportionate