IUSDF - AS ONE CORP

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  • Mike Ashley puts Newcastle United up for sale
    Sky News2 days ago

    Mike Ashley puts Newcastle United up for sale

    Mike Ashley has put Newcastle United up for sale, bowing to pressure from many fans who had demanded greater investment in the Premier League club. The company the Sports Direct tycoon set up to take control 10 years ago, St James Holdings (SJH), said the decision was taken to give the team a greater opportunity of achieving its dreams. Mr Ashley, who has faced protests from fans over the level of investment in the side since he took over, has long argued that funds were limited because his cash is tied up in shares of Sports Direct.

  • Tata wins bid to make electric cars for Indian government
    AFP19 days 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 ...

  • Reuters - UK Focuslast month

    Portugal's bond yield plays catch up with Southern European peers

    The gap (Frankfurt: 863533 - news) between Portuguese and Italian 10-year government bond yields narrowed on Tuesday to levels not seen since the start of the euro zone debt crisis of 2010-2012, showing how much investor sentiment towards Portugal has improved this year. As one (Other OTC: IUSDF - news) of the only junk-rated euro zone countries, Portugal has traditionally had much higher borrowing costs than its larger and better-rated southern European peers.

  • Post-Brexit trade plans would be far from straightforward
    Sky News2 months ago

    Post-Brexit trade plans would be far from straightforward

    News that the UK will seek to maintain its existing customs union arrangements with the EU for a transitional period after Brexit will be welcomed by big business. The priority for those companies exporting and importing goods from the EU has been to avoid a "cliff edge" effect. Accordingly, there has been a broad welcome from the likes of the British Chambers of Commerce and Federation of Small Businesses to the announcement, as well as trade bodies such as the British Retail Consortium and the ADS, which represents the aerospace, defence, security and space sectors.

  • Reuters - UK Focus4 months ago

    AIRSHOW-Europe sets sights on cheap rocket engine by 2030s

    Europe aims to develop a low-cost, reusable rocket engine for use after 2030 under a deal between Airbus Safran Launchers and the European Space Agency (ESA). Airbus Safran said it would use new manufacturing techniques, including the use of 3D printers, to keep the engine's cost down to around 1 million euros ($1.1 million). "The commercial market - at least the European one - is asking for reliability, on-time delivery and cost, and we have to find the best way to answer these market expectations," its CEO, Alain Charmeau, told Reuters.

  • Reuters - UK Focus4 months ago

    Ex Barclays executive Jenkins to "vigorously defend" himself against charges

    Roger Jenkins, a former senior banker at Barclays, will vigorously defend himself against criminal charges filed by the UK Serious Fraud Office on Tuesday over the bank's 2008 emergency fundraising from ...

  • Reuters - UK Focus6 months ago

    French yields slide on election relief, ECB outlook hammers German bonds

    Centrist Emmanuel Macron's first-round election victory buoyed French government bonds on Monday but German debt, Europe's benchmark, suffered as investors' focus shifted to the prospect of monetary policy tightening in the euro zone. French yields fell to multi-month lows after Sunday's presidential vote put Macron into the May 7 run-off, in which he is expected to comfortably beat far-right leader Marine Le Pen (Other OTC: PENC - news) , and the premium investors demand to hold French over German debt shrank sharply. Final voting figures from France's Interior Ministry for Sunday's first-round vote put Macron on 23.75 percent and the anti-EU, anti-euro Le Pen on 21.53 percent.

  • Reuters - UK Focus8 months ago

    Outspoken general named Trump's top security adviser

    WEST PALM BEACH, Fla./WASHINGTON, Feb 20 (Reuters) - U.S. President Donald Trump on Monday named Lieutenant General Herbert Raymond McMaster as his new national security adviser, choosing a military officer known for speaking his mind and challenging his superiors. McMaster is a highly regarded military tactician and strategic thinker, but his selection surprised some observers who wondered how the officer, whose Army career stalled at times for his questioning of authority, would deal with a White House that has not welcomed criticism. "He is highly respected by everybody in the military and we're very honored to have him," Trump told reporters in West Palm Beach where he spent the weekend.

  • Reuters - UK Focus8 months ago

    UPDATE 3-General known for sharp questions will be Trump's new top security adviser

    WEST PALM BEACH, Fla./WASHINGTON, Feb 20 (Reuters) - U.S. President Donald Trump on Monday named Lieutenant General Herbert Raymond McMaster as his new national security adviser, choosing a military officer known for speaking his mind and challenging his superiors. McMaster is a highly regarded military tactician and strategic thinker, but his selection surprised some observers who wondered how the officer, whose Army career stalled at times for his questioning of authority, would deal with a White House that has not welcomed criticism. "He is highly respected by everybody in the military and we're very honored to have him," Trump told reporters in West Palm Beach where he spent the weekend.

  • Reuters - UK Focus8 months ago

    UK speaker says opposed to allowing Trump to address parliament

    The speaker of Britain's lower house of parliament said on Monday he would not support any plans for U.S. President Donald Trump to address parliament during a state visit planned for later this year, citing Trump's "migrant ban" as a factor. "As far as this place (parliament) is concerned I feel very strongly that our opposition to racism and to sexism, and our support for equality before the law and an independent judiciary are hugely important considerations," speaker John Bercow told lawmakers in parliament. As one (Other OTC: IUSDF - news) of the key figures whose approval would be needed for any parliamentary address, Bercow said he would oppose any possible move to invite Trump to speak in either of the two locations which host foreign leaders during state visits.

  • Reuters - UK Focus9 months ago

    British lawmakers urge May to tackle Trump on climate change

    British lawmakers have written to Prime Minister Theresa May, urging her to challenge U.S. President Donald Trump on his views on climate change when the two leaders meet on Friday. Trump has dismissed climate change as a "hoax" and vowed during his presidential campaign to pull the United States out of the 2015 Paris Agreement designed to curb greenhouse gas emissions blamed for global warming. "As one (Other OTC: IUSDF - news) of the world's largest emitters ... his approach to reducing emissions could determine whether we, in the UK and people round the world, experience or avoid the worst impacts of climate change," the letter from the cross-party Environmental Audit Committee said.

  • Reuters - UK Focus9 months ago

    Peru seeks trade deal with Britain as Brexit looms -minister

    Peru wants to negotiate a free trade agreement with Britain as the country prepares to leave the European Union, the Peruvian trade minister said on Thursday after meeting his British counterpart. Peru signed a trade agreement with the European Union in 2012, but trade barriers with Britain that have eased since then would go back up once London quits the EU single market, the world's largest trading bloc.

  • £71.4bn tax contribution from financial services
    Sky News10 months ago

    £71.4bn tax contribution from financial services

    The figure shows the potential effect on the Government's coffers if the UK leaves the European single market after Brexit. Nearly a quarter of turnover from the financial services industry in the last financial year "went straight into public coffers", the report said. This means the finance sector paid 11.5% of the UK's total tax bill for the 12 months to 31 March.

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