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|Day's range||7.17 - 7.32|
|52-week range||5.86 - 11.93|
|PE ratio (TTM)||65.91|
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The owner of the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) is in advanced talks to buy a stake in Euroclear, giving it a say in the future of one of the world's most valuable financial markets settlement platforms. Sky News has learnt that InterContinental Exchange (NYSE: ICE - news) (ICE) is close to a deal to buy RBS (LSE: RBS.L - news) 's 4% shareholding in Euroclear for a price estimated by analysts to be in the region of £200m.
The state-backed Royal Bank of Scotland (LSE: RBS.L - news) (RBS) is in talks to offload its long-held stake in Euroclear, a financial markets infrastructure group that plays a central role in settling hundreds of trillions of euros-worth of trades. Sky News has learnt that RBS, which is one of about 130 shareholders in Euroclear, is in advanced talks to sell its interest in the company. The deal is expected to net at least tens of millions of pounds in proceeds for RBS, which remains more than 70%-owned by British taxpayers nearly a decade after it was bailed out.
EU chief Jean-Claude Juncker has insisted the UK will "have to pay" if Brexit negotiations are to progress to trade talks. Amid the ongoing deadlock in discussions over Britain's financial settlement, the European Commission President warned the UK it must reach an agreement on money before being able to negotiate its post-Brexit relationship. Mr Juncker also suggested Brexit will "take longer than initially thought" as he said the remaining 27 EU member states will not sanction the start of the second phase of talks at a Brussels summit next week.
The UAE and its five fellow Gulf Cooperation Council states are planning to introduce VAT, ending their decades-old reputation for being tax havens
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Britain said on Sunday that it wants talks with the EU to move on to the next phase, as it set out details of the future relationship it envisages with the bloc and senior ministers presented a united approach to negotiations. Britain is keen to start talking about its post-Brexit relationship with Europe, wary of the need to reassure anxious businesses, citizens and investors. "We need to get on with negotiating the bigger issues around our future partnership to ensure we get a deal that delivers a strong UK and EU," Brexit minister David Davis said in a statement.
Theresa May is expected to provide her fellow European Union leaders with detail on the status and rights which the UK plans to offer EU citizens living in Britain after Brexit. Attending her first European Council Summit since her disastrous general election, it is understood the Prime Minister will explain the UK's "principles" on the issue of citizens' rights - a key early topic in the Brexit negotiations.
The number of Britons applying for French nationality more than tripled last year to 1,363 people from 385 a year earlier, Le Monde reported on Monday citing official figures it had obtained. According to the newspaper's web site, the increase was a direct result of the British vote to leave the EU in June last year, leaving a cloud of uncertainty over the status of as many as 400,000 Britons who live in France. A week ago Germany's Federal Statistics Office said the number of Britons who became German citizens last year leapt by 361 percent to 2,865 people and also linked the increase to Brexit.
The European Union's chief Brexit negotiator spelled out on Wednesday the bloc's conditions for talks, saying securing the rights of some 4.5 million EU and British citizens living abroad was paramount. Barnier said the likes of Polish students and Romanian nurses in Britain and British pensioners in Spain faced great uncertainty over rights to residency and access to the labour market, pensions, social security and education.
Kellyanne Conway, a top aide to President Donald Trump, gave Ivanka Trump's clothing a rave review during an interview with the Fox network, an apparent breach of ethics rules
Qatar Airways posted a "travel alert" online on Saturday, listing the paperwork required by citizens of Iran, Iraq, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, Syria and Yemen
President Trump has signed an executive order to withdraw the United States from the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP). The agreement was designed to bring down tariffs and trade barriers between America and a number of Pacific Rim nations including Australia, New Zealand, Japan, Malaysia and Chile (Stuttgart: 704599.SG - news) . Mr Trump described his action on TPP as a "great thing for the American worker".
Venezuela's National Guard soldiers patrol the streets of La Fria, Tachira state, Venezuela on December 18, 2016, to prevent further riots
Zimbabwe's central bank has launched a media advertising blitz to assure people that businesses and shops will accept the bond notes
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