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FTSE LIVE: Footsie lacklustre on flat Wall Street opening, while former RBS chairman defends Govt. decision to sell bank stake
With one hour of trading to go in London, the FTSE 100 index was down 3.55 points at 6,685.5, off its session high of 6,715.5 points.
Entrepreneur Wendy Rowe has worked to turn herself into a brand. She reveals how she came to work with star names, such as Victoria Beckham, pictured.
The average price paid for a starter home rose by 5.1 per cent to £211,000 in May, according to the office for National Statistics - requiring earnings of £38,917 a year.
Tesco shoppers can now double the value of their Clubcard vouchers and spend them in selected departments in store and online.
Churchill insurance owner Direct Line sees profits double thanks to fewer claims, cost cutting and better customer service
The Bromley-based business said that refreshed marketing and improvements to its customer service had paid off.
Nationwide said house prices rose by a fairly modest 0.4 per cent on the month in July, after a surprise drop of 0.2 per cent the previous month.
At first blush it would seem entirely sensible that HSBC now wants to refocus on Asia, which produced two-thirds of its profits and is growing far faster than Europe and the Americas.
The costs of his care are rising all the time and although he has a small terrace I think we will eventually have to sell this as his savings have nearly all gone.
At 330p a share that has netted the Treasury £2.1billion, making the taxpayer a loss of around £1billion on the sale compared to the price of 502p payed seven years ago.
We tend to put ambitious targets on our hoped-for income in retirement and then underestimate how much we will need to set aside to achieve that. So how much should you save?
The price of diesel has fallen nearly 5p in the last month meaning it is now, on average, cheaper than unleaded at forecourts across Britain for first time since the summer of 2001.
CITY FOCUS: As Michael Howard faces questions on Soma Oil and Gas we investigate the former Tory leader's extensive business interests
Michael Howard, who served as an MP for 27 years before standing down at the 2010 election, has assembled a remarkable collection of business interests.
Shares boost for Rolls-Royce on hopes US hedge fund which seized 5.4% stake last week will push to slash costs
Warren East, Rolls’ chief executive, and chairman Ian Davis spoke to the San Francisco-based hedge fund ValueAct yesterday by phone after it revealed on Friday it had become a major shareholder.
The firm, which runs checks on everything from clothing to cars to soft toys to verify whether they comply with regulatory standards, has prospered despite the falling oil price taking a toll on business.
The Wall Street giant is in advanced talks with the US Department of Justice, which is expected to announce a settlement in the coming weeks.
Serious Fraud Office boosted by jailing of Libor scam trader as Theresa May tries to revive plan to abolish it
Former UBS trader Tom Hayes has been convicted of rigging Libor interest rates and sentenced to 14 years in prison. The verdict opens the door to dozens more prosecutions across the City.
Disappointing figures showed factory output in China shrank again last month in a further sign that the world’s second largest economy is slowing.
Britain's big four banks rack up £50bn in fines since the financial crisis with HSBC set to pay £500m in US for rigging foreign exchange markets
The extraordinary bill for wrongdoing has spiralled this year as Royal Bank of Scotland, Lloyds and Barclays have announced they have been forced to set aside more money to pay for past sins.
Industry group Oil & Gas UK yesterday released an report that suggested the first half of this year recorded a 2.5 per cent rise in oil and gas production.
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