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  • Budget: the five things you need to know
    Sky News15 minutes ago

    Budget: the five things you need to know

    Indeed, the total amount committed to 2019/20 - the year of Brexit, significantly - is just under £10bn - the biggest single-year giveaway since Alistair Darling cut VAT in the face of the financial crisis in 2008.

  • Everything you need to know about stamp duty change
    Sky News47 minutes ago

    Everything you need to know about stamp duty change

    Stamp duty is to be abolished for first-time buyers on all properties worth up to £300,000 - but the change prompted a warning that it could simply mean higher prices. The reform, one of a raft of Budget changes designed to boost home ownership, takes effect immediately and will knock up to £5,000 off the cost of purchases. HOW IS STAMP DUTY CHANGING?

  • Stamp duty scrapped on first-time purchases under £300,000
    Sky News2 hours ago

    Stamp duty scrapped on first-time purchases under £300,000

    Stamp duty is to be abolished for first-time buyers on all properties worth up to £300,000 - but the change prompted a warning that it could simply mean higher prices. The reform, one of a raft of Budget changes designed to boost home ownership, takes effect immediately and will knock up to £5,000 off the cost of purchases. HOW IS STAMP DUTY CHANGING?

  • Reuters - UK Focus8 days ago

    HSBC pays 300 mln euros to settle investigation of Swiss bank

    HSBC Holdings (Frankfurt: 923893 - news) has agreed to pay 300 million euros ($353 million) to settle a long-running investigation into tax evasion by French citizens via its private bank in Switzerland, the lender said on Tuesday. The agreement is a first under a French system introduced in 2016 to allow companies to settle without any finding of guilt, HSBC said in a statement, adding the fine had been fully provisioned. "The investigation regarding HSBC Holdings has been dismissed," HSBC said in its statement.

  • Reuters - UK Focus9 days ago

    EU signs defence pact in decades-long quest

    France and Germany edged towards achieving a 70-year-old ambition to integrate European defences on Monday, signing a pact with 21 other EU governments to fund, develop and deploy armed forces after Britain's decision to quit the bloc. First (Other OTC: FSTC - news) proposed in the 1950s and long resisted by Britain, European defence planning, operations and weapons development now stands its best chance in years as London steps aside and the United States pushes Europe to pay more for its security. Foreign and defence ministers gathered at a signing ceremony in Brussels to represent 23 EU governments joining the pact, paving the way for EU leaders to sign it in December.

  • Universal Basic Income: Finland shows how salary for all works
    Sky News13 days ago

    Universal Basic Income: Finland shows how salary for all works

    "Finnish people are the only ones willing to give a hundred euros so that your neighbour doesn't get fifty," Sini Martinnen says. Every month, she gets €560 (£495) from the Finnish Government. Universal Basic Income (UBI (Taiwan OTC: 6562.TWO - news) ) is perhaps the most controversial of them all.

  • Burberry shares dive on strategy overhaul
    AFP13 days ago

    Burberry shares dive on strategy overhaul

    Investors appeared wary of the cost of Burberry's overhaul plans, sending its shares down more than 10 percent.

  • Reuters - UK Focus13 days ago

    UK house price growth peters out, London weakest since 2009 - RICS

    House prices in Britain are no longer rising and in London they are falling at the fastest pace since 2009, the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) said on Thursday, citing political worries and last week's interest rate hike. RICS's benchmark house price index for Britain as a whole fell more sharply than expected to +1 in October, a level consistent with flat price growth, down from +6 in September.

  • Reuters - UK Focus14 days ago

    M&S to speed up store closures as profits fall

    M&S, Britain's biggest clothing retailer, also said it would accelerate the relocation and downsizing of other stores - part of Chief Executive's Steve Rowe's five-year turnaround plan that is set to initially dent profits. Rowe said its food prices needed to be more competitive in a tough market, while both ranges and availability needed to improve. Rowe, an M&S lifer who became CEO in April last year, denied the latest changes were a direct result of retail veteran Archie Norman joining as chairman in September, saying they were based on data and financial modelling.

  • Sweden mulls membership in European banking union
    AFP15 days ago

    Sweden mulls membership in European banking union

    Nordea's planned move has sparked a Swedish debate on the merits of joining the European banking union

  • Reuters - UK Focuslast month

    HSBC picks company veteran John Flint as new chief executive

    LONDON, Oct (Shenzhen: 000069.SZ - news) 12 (Reuters) - HSBC has chosen John Flint as its next chief executive, with its newly arrived chairman promoting an insider to drive revenue growth at Europe's biggest bank. Flint, who runs HSBC's retail and wealth management business out of London, will take over as CEO in February next year when Stuart Gulliver, 58, retires after seven years in the job.

  • Hammond appears to defy Tories' call for 'no deal' Brexit Autumn Budget
    Sky Newslast month

    Hammond appears to defy Tories' call for 'no deal' Brexit Autumn Budget

    In a move likely to rile Brexiteers reportedly calling for billions to be set aside in November's Autumn Budget, Mr Hammond said he would only commit the money "when it's responsible to do so". Mr Hammond's comments come in a week when the Government ramps up the threat of 'no deal' to try to push along stalling negotiations in Brussels. The EU will only agree to start discussing the UK's future trade relationship with the bloc once there are sufficient advances on negotiations about the divorce bill, the rights of EU citizens and the Irish border.

  • Reuterslast month

    BRIEF-Mega First Corp says unit entered into facility agreements totalling US$150 mln

    Oct 10 (Reuters) - Mega First Corporation Bhd * Unit entered into facility agreements for club deal facilities totalling US$150 million * Facilities agreement not expected to have material impact on earnings ...

  • India eases tax burden for smaller businesses
    AFP2 months ago

    India eases tax burden for smaller businesses

    Under proposed changes, companies with annual revenues of less than $15 million ($230,000) will need to file taxes once a quarter instead of every month

  • Tata wins bid to make electric cars for Indian government
    AFP2 months ago

    Tata wins bid to make electric cars for Indian government

    Head of Design at Tata Motors Pratap Bose (R) and zonal manager for Tata Motors in South India Suraj Subbarao pose for a photograph with the newly launched Tata Nexon SUV during a press conference in Bangalore ...

  • Schroeder elected chairman of board at Russia's Rosneft
    AFP2 months ago

    Schroeder elected chairman of board at Russia's Rosneft

    Germany's Merkel thinks it's "not ok" that Schroeder is even on the Rosneft board. Now he'll be chairman

  • Reuters - UK Focus2 months ago

    REUTERS SUMMIT-EU watchdog urges "overbanking" solution to start local

    LONDON, Sept 27 (Reuters) - "Overbanking" in Europe should first be tackled at the local level, making it easier to reap cost savings and pave the way for cross-border tie-ups, the European Union's banking watchdog said. Andrea Enria, chair of the European Banking Authority (EBA), said there had been too much segmentation and national retrenchment since the financial crisis that started a decade ago, which forced governments to bail out lenders. Regulators like the European Central Bank have long spoken about the European Union being "overbanked", and the need for consolidation to try to bolster profitability.

  • Reuters - UK Focus2 months ago

    Germany's Delivery Hero serves up revenue leap, slimmer losses

    Germany's Delivery Hero , the world's largest online takeaway food delivery company, reported a 66 percent jump in first-half revenue and sharply narrower losses, after slightly slowing its expansion with a focus on breaking even in 2018. Delivery Hero said it expected revenue of 530-540 million for the full year, slightly above analysts' consensus forecast of around 531 million euros and in the face of headwinds from converting results from other regions into a stronger euros. The first-half revenue growth suggested a slowdown in the second quarter from 90 percent growth in the first quarter, based on previously published figures.

  • Reuters - UK Focus2 months ago

    FOREX-German election uncertainty sinks euro; dollar broadly gains

    The U.S. dollar rose broadly on Monday, benefiting from elections in Germany and New Zealand that left unclear outcomes about the future of governance. "Markets don’t like uncertainty and the German election results have injected a healthy dose of (that)," said Richard Falkenhall, a strategist at SEB AB in Stockholm. The German election results mean "the process of building a coalition could take months and that the resulting agreement will be a much weaker government in the euro zone’s largest economy," said Omer Esiner, chief market analyst at Commonwealth Foreign Exchange in a note to clients.

  • Reuters - UK Focus2 months ago

    North Sea Tolmount gas field platform and export pipeline terms agreed

    UK North Sea gas pipeline infrastructure company CATS Management Limited , owned by Antin Infrastructure Partners, agreed terms on Monday with Premier Oil and Dana Petroleum to build infrastructure for ...

  • Reuters - UK Focus2 months ago

    COLUMN-Aluminium surges as winter comes early for Chinese smelters: Andy Home

    Well, it's not exactly Christmas, but in China winter has come early with the first aluminium smelters now powering down ahead of the mandated cuts over the "winter heating season". China's "Air Pollution Control" regulation, formally approved in February, requires industrial sectors in the four provinces around Beijing to cut output over the November-March period.

  • China rust belt opens door wider to foreign investors
    AFP2 months ago

    China rust belt opens door wider to foreign investors

    Workers manipulate a machine to make car interior pieces for a major European car maker in the American Industrial Park in Shenyang

  • Reuters - UK Focus2 months ago

    COLUMN-Aluminium surges as winter comes early for Chinese smelters: Andy Home

    Well, it's not exactly Christmas, but in China winter has come early with the first aluminium smelters now powering down ahead of the mandated cuts over the "winter heating season". China's "Air Pollution Control" regulation, formally approved in February, requires industrial sectors in the four provinces around Beijing to cut output over the November-March period.

  • Reuters - UK Focus2 months ago

    UK Co-Operative's move to share wealth hits profit

    Britain's Co-Operative Group , the mutually-owned supermarkets to funerals group, said a move to step-up rewards for members and their local communities hit first half profit. The country's biggest mutual group, which also operates legal services and insurance businesses, introduced the reward scheme last year to help revive its image following a near-collapse in 2013 due to a crisis at its banking operations. It reported a 48 percent fall in underlying first-half profit that reflected the cost of the scheme as well as a small loss in its insurance business.

  • The godfather of eco-bling: Brando's Tahitian paradise
    AFP2 months ago

    The godfather of eco-bling: Brando's Tahitian paradise

    An exotic island paradise in French Polynesia bought by Marlon Brando in the sixties is using its Hollywood image to tackle environmental issues -- with a little help from its jet-set visitors

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