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- Italian banks on knife edge as Renzi quits AFP - 1 hour 47 minutes ago
- European markets rebound from Renzi-sparked losses AFP - 2 hours 44 minutes ago
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- RBS agrees £800m settlement with shareholders over 2008 rescue fundraising International Business Times - 3 hours ago
Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) has set aside £800m ($1.02bn) after reaching an agreement to settle claims from shareholders, who claimed the bank misled them during its £12bn fundraising in 2008. In a statement released on Monday (5 December), RBS said that in order to minimise "further material litigation expense and management …
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- Miners and banks help Britain's FTSE 100 to advance Reuters - UK Focus - 3 hours ago
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- Net Asset Value(s) Business Wire - 4 hours ago
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- FTSE 100 shrugs off Italian vote, as Burberry boosted by takeover talk The Guardian - 4 hours ago
Leading shares have shrugged off the No vote in Italy’s referendum and the subsequent resignation of prime minister Matteo Renzi, preferring to concentrate on the far right’s defeat in Austria’s presidential election. European luxury goods groups have been boosted by positive broker notes, which has helped lifted Burberry …
- European markets resilient after Italian Prime Minister announces he will step down International Business Times - 5 hours ago
European stocks struggled for direction early on Monday (5 December), after Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi said he would resign after a crushing defeat in the country's constitutional referendum. Shortly after the opening bell, Italy's FTSE MIB Index and Spain's Ibex lost 0.67% and 0.19% respectively, but their European …
- Euro sinks on Italy worries as Asia markets fall AFP - 5 hours ago
- WSJ City: Italy's 'No' Vote Hits Euro, Banks Face Pressure, ECB's Latest Test The Wall Street Journal - 6 hours ago
Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi admitted defeat after exit polls showed voters had rejected a plan to overhaul the country's legislature. Renzi's plan to resign comes at a critical juncture for the European Central Bank. Italy's 'No' vote is likely to stir fresh turmoil for the country's banks.
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- Asian markets slip as euro falls to 20-month low post Italian referendum International Business Times - 9 hours ago
- Euro hit by Italy worries as Asia markets fall AFP - 11 hours ago
- Wall Street stock futures and euro both fall following Italy referendum result International Business Times - 13 hours ago
The euro and US equity index futures both fell in the wake of Italian prime minister Matteo Renzi's resignation after the referendum over his proposals for constitutional reform. The euro dropped to its lowest level for 20 months shortly after Renzi conceded he had lost the constitutional referendum. S&P 500 e-mini futures …
- Thousands of UK restaurants could go bust, accountancy firm warns The Guardian - 14 hours ago
Thousands of restaurant businesses in Britain could go bust because the fall in sterling since the Brexit vote has sharply raised the cost of imported food and wine, an accountancy firm has warned. Moore Stephens says that 5,570 restaurant businesses have at least a 30% chance of insolvency in the next three years, due …
- Opec doesn’t hold all the cards, even after its oil price agreement The Guardian - Sun, Dec 4, 2016 12:11 GMT
Two years of wrangling were needed before Saudi Arabia and the rest of the Opec oil cartel could agree a cut in production at its meeting in Vienna last week. Ever since the collapse in crude prices in 2014, the big oil-producing countries have plotted a way to regain control and improve their battered finances. It was …
- European stocks slide as political fears top agenda AFP - Fri, Dec 2, 2016 21:56 GMT
- Commodities round-up: Oil futures stay buoyant following Opec's production cut International Business Times - Fri, Dec 2, 2016 19:03 GMT
Oil benchmarks extended gains above $50 per barrel on Friday (2 December), following Opec's decision to cut its headline crude production by 1.2m barrels per day (bpd) to 32.5m bpd. At 5:24pm GMT, the Brent front month futures contract was up 0.17% or 9 cents to $54.03 per barrel, while the West Texas Intermediate was …
- Britain's FTSE slips lower ahead of Italian referendum Reuters - UK Focus - Fri, Dec 2, 2016 17:36 GMT
LONDON, Dec (Shanghai: 600875.SS - news) 2 (Reuters) - Britain's top share index edged downwards to a 2-week low on Friday as investors avoided risky bets heading into the weekend of Italy's constitutional referendum, with bank shares leading the declines. The blue-chip FTSE 100 closed down 0.3 percent, taking its loss …
- Stocks slide as European political fears top agenda AFP - Fri, Dec 2, 2016 17:35 GMT
- Europe closes lower amid political jitters; US adds 178k jobs; Berkeley soars 8% CNBC - Fri, Dec 2, 2016 16:31 GMT
European bourses closed lower Friday as political uncertainty in Italy and France intensified and investors eyed key economic data.
- FTSE Moves: London market falls ahead of crunch Italian referendum International Business Times - Fri, Dec 2, 2016 15:57 GMT
Blue chip shares fell in afternoon trading dragged down by banks, ahead of the key Italian referendum vote at the weekend. The country is expected to vote against a series of constitutional reforms on Sunday, and traders worry this will halt the rescue of eight banks known to be in various stages of distress.
- James Bartholomew: 'I bought shares in this tiny bank after Brexit and they are up by 76pc' Telegraph - Fri, Dec 2, 2016 15:22 GMT
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- FX Focus: Pound extends gains against euro and dollar ahead of crucial weekend International Business Times - Fri, Dec 2, 2016 14:07 GMT
The pound was poised to end the week on a strong note, after upbeat economic data showed Britain's construction sector expanded at the fastest pace in eight months in November. Sterling hit 12-week and three-week highs against the euro and the dollar respectively on Thursday (1 December), after Brexit Minister David Davis …
- 2 FTSE 350 stocks I expect to extend November’s heavy losses Fool.co.uk - Fri, Dec 2, 2016 13:40 GMT
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- Could Sunday’s Italian referendum be a great buying opportunity for UK banks? Fool.co.uk - Fri, Dec 2, 2016 12:18 GMT
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- Britain's FTSE falls but outperforms Europe ahead of Italy vote Reuters - UK Focus - Fri, Dec 2, 2016 10:34 GMT
LONDON, Dec (Shanghai: 600875.SS - news) 2 (Reuters) - Britain's top share index fell on Friday, dropping to a 1-month low but outperforming European equities as investors were unwilling to take risky bets heading into the weekend of Italy's constitutional referendum. The FTSE 100 was down 0.9 percent by 1021 GMT.
- House builder Berkeley sees demand slump on Brexit uncertainty Sky News - Fri, Dec 2, 2016 08:36 GMT
One of Britain's biggest housebuilders has warned of a sharp drop in demand caused by Brexit uncertainty and stamp duty changes. FTSE 100-listed Berkeley Group said reservations were down 20% in the six months to the end of October - excluding a "hiatus" around the time of the EU vote in June. Chief (Taiwan OTC: 3345.TWO …
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