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  • "Whilst the UK's decision to leave the EU has created a period of economic uncertainty ... the challenges and responsibilities that many people face when considering how to manage their wealth, and the ever-changing tax considerations, remain," Chief Executive David Bellamy said in a statement. Bellamy said the group had …

  • A drugs giant is giving post-Brexit Britain a £275 million vote of confidence

    Pharmaceuticals giant GlaxoSmithKline (GSK) is investing £275 million into its drug manufacturing network across Britain, a major vote of confidence in British industry in the post-Brexit era. GSK, which has a market value of £81.3 billion, adds that: "The vast majority of these products will be for export to global markets." …

  • For updates throughout the day download WSJ City for iPhone here or Android here  You’ll need to open this page on your mobile device to do this. Deutsche Bank has reported that its second-quarter net income fell by a staggering 98%. City Talk: Santander profit slides, ITV hit by higher costs, Peugeot profit more than …

  • 10 things you need to know before European markets open Business Insider UK Finance - 56 minutes ago
    10 things you need to know before European markets open

    Switzerland is helping the US. Switzerland said it plans to give information to US tax authorities about accounts at HSBC's Swiss private bank, as part of a US investigation into tax evasion. The American housing market is on fire again.

  • Is your portfolio Brexit-proof? Fool.co.uk - 1 hour 44 minutes ago

    Edward Sheldon looks at ways to Brexit-proof your portfolio.

  • Half-year Report Business Wire - 1 hour 44 minutes ago

    DUBLIN--(BUSINESSWIRE)-- 27 July 2016: Smurfit Kappa Group plc (‘SKG’ or ‘the Group’) today announced results for the 3 months and 6 months ending 30 June 2016. 2016 Second Quarter & First Half | Key Financial ...

  • KION Group sees itself well on track in implementing its Strategy 2020 (news with additional features)

    The KION Group sees itself well on track with the implementation of its Strategy 2020 in view of the announced acquisition of Dematic and a strong first half of 2016. Today, the Company confirmed the preliminary results that it had published on 18 July 2016 for the second quarter and for the first six months of the financial …

  • Asia markets rise ahead of US, Japan bank decisions

    The Bank of Japan concludes its gathering on July 29, 2016, and is widely tipped to unveil fresh stimulus as the world's number three economy struggles and inflation is virtually non-existent

  • Global stocks steady ahead of Fed announcement

    Frankfurt stocks gained 0.5 percent

  • L&G To Take Stake In Smart Pension Provider

    Sky News understands that L&G is in advanced discussions with Smart Pension, a platform aimed at helping thousands of smaller companies comply with new British laws requiring them to offer workplace pensions to employees. Co-founded in 2014 by a former head of Lloyds Banking Group (Other OTC: LLOBF - news) 's wealth unit …

  • Openreach Split Within BT Urged By Ofcom

    Ofcom has called for Openreach, which develops and maintains the network used by phone and broadband providers, to become a "distinct company". Rivals have long complained that a conflict of interest means BT is both a provider of services to customers and responsible - through Openreach - for the final mile of network …

  • Openreach Must Be Separate Within BT - Ofcom

    Ofcom has called for Openreach, which develops and maintains the network used by phone and broadband providers, to become a "distinct company". Rivals have long complained that a conflict of interest means BT is both a provider of services to customers and responsible - through Openreach - for the final mile of network …

  • Net Asset Value(s) Business Wire - 14 hours ago

    LONDON--(BUSINESSWIRE)-- FUND   ¦ db x-trackers Harvest FTSE China AH 50 INDEX UCITS ETF (DR) DEALING DATE ¦ 26-Jul-16 NAV PER SHARE ¦ USD21.1220 NUMBER OF SHARES IN ISSUE ¦ 250,000 CODE ¦ View source ...

  • Gains in major healthcare and consumer goods stocks propped up European equities on Tuesday, partly offsetting persistent concerns over the region's banking system. The pan-European STOXX 600 index closed ...

  • Global stocks steady ahead of Fed announcement

    Frankfurt stocks gained 0.5 percent

  • Britain's top share index ended slightly higher on Tuesday, driven by gains in lender Provident Financial engineering firm GKN and BT, though housebuilders fell after a series of price target cuts. The blue chip FTSE 100 index closed 0.2 percent higher at 6,724.03 points. The FTSE 100 index was also helped by several …

  • Losing an ARM and a leg Fool.co.uk - 16 hours ago

    In the long term, we may regret waving off a rare global technology leader from the UK market...

  • Gains in major healthcare and consumer goods stocks propped up European equities on Tuesday, offsetting persistent concerns over the region's banking system. The pan-European STOXX 600 index edged up 0.1 ...

  • Brexit has hit Capital & Counties Properties plc (LON: CAPC) and Jardine Lloyd Thompson Group plc (LON: JLT) in very different ways, says Harvey Jones.

  • Global stocks steady ahead of Fed announcement

    Frankfurt stocks gained 0.4 percent after solid gains the previous day on bright German business confidence

  • Brexit Effects on Business So Far -- At A Glance The Wall Street Journal - 19 hours ago

    Brexit’s long-term impact on British and global companies is still far from clear. In the short term, though, the steep fall in the British pound following the June 23 vote by the U.K. to leave the European Union has whipsawed many businesses.

  • Jittery trade stalks European exchanges

    Tokyo stocks ended down 1.4 percent at 16,383.04, bucking the trend in Asian markets as investors await the outcome of Japan's central bank meeting

  • 'Too much leverage': Internal memos on Goldman Sachs' losing performance on the doomed BHS pension plan

    One of the central mysteries in the collapse of BHS is the role of Goldman Sachs. The bank, which had worked with former owner Sir Philip Green for 12 years, advised Green on the sale of BHS to Dominic Chappell, a thrice-bankrupt former racing driver with no retail experience. Goldman wasn't paid for its work, and acted …

  • How to avoid investing in a 'fake' fund

  • BUZZ-BP: Bottom of FTSE on Q2 miss Reuters - UK Focus - 22 hours ago

    ** Oil major BP's shares down 3 pct, bottom of the FTSE, after posting Q2 profit miss ** Q2 underlying replacement cost profit, co's preferred measure, falls 45 pct to $720 million, missing consensus of ...

  • Jittery trade stalks European exchanges

    Tokyo stocks ended down 1.4 percent at 16,383.04, bucking the trend in Asian markets as investors await the outcome of Japan's central bank meeting

  • Britain's FTSE boosted by BT and GKN Reuters - UK Focus - 23 hours ago

    UK shares opened in positive territory on Tuesday, driven by gains in engineering firm GKN and BT, though UK housebuilders fell after a series of price target cuts. The blue chip FTSE 100 index was up ...

  • 5 big dividend stocks too good to miss Fool.co.uk - 23 hours ago

    Roland Head explores the dividend attractions of Aviva plc (LON:AV), Direct Line Insurance Group plc (LON:DLG), PayPoint plc (LON:PAY), NewRiver Retail Limited (LON:NRR) and John Wood Group plc (LON:WG)....

  • Should you scoop up these post-Brexit bargains or stay away? Fool.co.uk - Tue, Jul 26, 2016 07:10 BST

    Bilaal Mohamed looks at two very different firms suffering big post-Brexit declines. Have they been oversold, or is the future really bleak?

  • Why you really shouldn’t be afraid to invest in shares Fool.co.uk - Tue, Jul 26, 2016 07:00 BST

    Here's why shares are the best home for your long-term savings.

  • German business resilience buoys eurozone shares AFP - Mon, Jul 25, 2016 22:58 BST
    German business resilience buoys eurozone shares

    Frankfurt's benchmark DAX 30 index rose 0.5 percent in value after a key survey showed that Britain's vote to leave the European Union has had a limited impact on business confidence in Germany

  • Eurozone equities rise on resilient German businesses

    London's FTSE 100 slipped 0.3 percent, led downwards by oil companies as prices fell

  • FTSE ends lower after 11-month highs as energy shares weigh Reuters - UK Focus - Mon, Jul 25, 2016 16:57 BST

    Britain's top share index ended lower after hitting an 11-month high on Monday, with a fall in crude oil prices hurting energy stocks and weaker gold prices and negative company updates dragging down precious ...

  • Interim Management Statement Business Wire - Mon, Jul 25, 2016 16:21 BST

    The manager’s report contains references to movements in the Net Asset Value per share (NAV) and Total Return per share (net asset value per share plus distributed earnings per share). Movements in the NAV per share do not necessarily mirror the earnings per share (EPS) reported in the accounts and elsewhere, which …

  • Eurozone equities rise on robust German businesses AFP - Mon, Jul 25, 2016 15:38 BST
    Eurozone equities rise on resilient German businesses

    London's FTSE 100 was little changed, 0.04 percent in the red, as heavyweight miners Randgold and Fresnillo sank on the back of sliding gold prices

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