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We round up the Sunday newspaper share tips. Today, specialist electronics maker Acal and drugs giant GlaxoSmithKline.
Electronics play an increasingly important role in everyday life and Acal is well positioned to benefit. Its shares are 232p and should gain ground over the next few years.
There is no reason to think the pound, equity markets and bonds will feel the cold breeze that blew down from Scotland in the final stages of the campaign.
Tighter regulation means banks are reluctant to offer the 95 per cent loan-to-value mortgages which are vital in the new-build market.
Research found 44 per cent of small and medium-sized firms had experienced allegations or rumours on the internet.
Tillman will chair an advisory board in partnership with Leeds City Council, Leeds property company City Fusion and the Centre for Fashion Enterprise.
The entrepreneur has said Scotland must secure more control over its finances if it is to benefit from the promises made by Westminster politicians recently.
Sir Mike Rake is hugely relieved that Scotland has voted to stay in the UK, and one of the reasons is because he hopes Scottish voters will help keep Britain in the EU.
The Labour party leader said the current £6.50 level was leaving ordinary workers behind. The announcement signals the start of a conference blitz on stagnating living standards.
Neil Hermon, the long-standing manager of the Henderson Smaller Companies Investment Trust, exudes positivity.
A survey of businesses by the Institute of Directors published this weekend shows 67 per cent would like tax and spending powers devolved to regions or cities.
The British Property Federation will publish its plan to replace the current system of reviewing each firm’s rates every five years with a yearly review for big companies.
Star Wars: Episode VII comes out next year and sees the return of Harrison Ford, Carrie Fisher and Mark Hamill, who starred in the first films three decades ago.
UK Coal, which owns two of the last deep mine pits in Britain, expects its deal for a Government loan needed to close them down to be completed within a fortnight.
Both sides must now accept the lessons and, as one of Bill Clinton’s campaign advisers once pointed out: ‘It’s the economy, stupid.’
M&S sells its clothes through Alibaba’s subsidiary, Tmall, and this weekend it said almost half its dress sales in China are online.
A final decision on the plan is expected this week after stellar growth in the last year, but the London-based firm has declined to comment.
One source said Lloyds would continue to consider the issue as Westminster and Holyrood hammer out the terms of increased devolution to Scotland.
I've put money in palm oil, and you appear to be my only hope. I cannot afford to lose my investment. A dividend was due last year but has still not arrived.
I recently received a mailing from Aviva - mighty big into annuities - but it was what the mailshot omitted that I found most shocking.
- 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