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Market cap57,595
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  • Reuters - UK Focus11 hours ago

    Oil slips as Trump and France's Macron talk Iran deal

    Oil prices slipped on Tuesday as concerns that the United States might reinstate sanctions against Iran faded somewhat, alleviating worries about the future of Iranian exports. U.S. President Donald Trump ...

  • New owners of CityFibre will need deep pockets in competitive broadband sector
    Sky News14 hours ago

    New owners of CityFibre will need deep pockets in competitive broadband sector

    The takeover of a mid-cap company doesn't always have long-term consequences on the competitiveness of the UK economy. Access to ultrafast broadband, delivered by the industry gold standard of "fibre to the premises" (FTTP), is seen as a key way of boosting productivity in the economy. The company, which was only founded in 2011 and which builds fibre-optic broadband networks, is being snapped up by a consortium of infrastructure investors.

  • Fibre firm snapped up by Goldman-backed investors
    Sky News15 hours ago

    Fibre firm snapped up by Goldman-backed investors

    The takeover of a mid-cap company doesn't always have long-term consequences on the competitiveness of the UK economy. Access to ultrafast broadband, delivered by the industry gold standard of 'Fibre to the premises' (FTTP), is seen as a key way of boosting productivity in the economy. The company, which was only founded in 2011 and which builds fibre-optic broadband networks, is being snapped up by a consortium of infrastructure investors.

  • Reuters - UK Focus17 hours ago

    UK inflation expectations for year ahead steady in April - Citi

    Inflation expectations among people in Britain for the year ahead remained unchanged at 2.4 percent in April, according to a survey published by financial services firm Citi and polling firm YouGov. Expectations ...

  • Reuters - UK Focus2 days ago

    U.S. home sales increase strongly; inventory remains tight

    U.S. home sales increased for a second straight month in March amid a rebound in activity in the Northeast and Midwest regions, but a dearth of houses on the market and higher prices remain headwinds as the spring selling season kicks off. The supply squeeze is expected to ease somewhat later this year as data last week showed the stock of housing under construction rising in March to levels last seen in July 2007. "Existing home sales look okay today with some clouds further out on the horizon from rising home prices and mortgage rates not enough to make us worry yet about the outlook this year," said Chris Rupkey, chief economist at MUFG in New York.

  • Reuters - UK Focus2 days ago

    Euro zone bonds sell off as US 10-year yield heads towards 3 percent

    Investors sold euro zone government bonds on Monday after 10-year U.S. Treasury yields headed towards the psychologically significant 3-percent mark as rising commodity prices forced inflation expectations higher. Signs of a thawing of relations between the United States and China, and North Korea's decision to suspend nuclear tests are taking the edge off the flight-to-safety impulse and therefore also putting upward pressure on yields, analysts said.

  • Reuters - UK Focus2 days ago

    April gains prove to be brief for struggling sterling

    Sterling fell to a one-month low on Monday as the dollar rebounded across the board thanks to firmer U.S. Treasury yields while governor Mark Carney's comments last week raised doubts on the likelihood of an interest rate increase next month. With (Other OTC: WWTH - news) no breakthrough in sight for the Irish border issue and first-quarter GDP data due Friday, foreign exchange markets are braced for further weakness in the pound in a month which has historically proved to be supportive for the British currency. "It is hard to see where sterling finds support in the short term as Brexit headlines haven't been very supportive recently and there is dollar strength across the board," said John Marley head of FX strategy at Infinity International, a currency risk management firm in London.

  • Reuters - UK Focus2 days ago

    Woodford-backed biotech Prothena plunges as key drug fails

    Shares (Berlin: DI6.BE - news) in Prothena, a biotech company backed by British investor Neil Woodford, plunged 70 percent on Monday after its main drug for treating a rare disease called AL amyloidosis failed in a crucial clinical trial. As a result, Prothena is discontinuing development of the antibody-based medicine for the condition. The news is a win for short sellers who have targeted the stock but a fresh setback for Woodford, one of Britain's best-known fund managers.

  • Reuters - UK Focus2 days ago

    MORNING BID EUROPE-Macron to Trump: no Plan B on Iran

    French President Emmanuel Macron's main task during his three-day state visit to the United States starting today will be to convince Donald Trump that there is no viable alternative to the Iran nuclear deal, imperfect as it may be. Trump has vowed to scrap the 2015 accord, which put curbs on Iran's nuclear program in exchange for sanctions relief, unless European allies make it less favourable to Tehran.

  • Reuters - UK Focus2 days ago

    Survivors' network seeks to turn former slaves into global leaders

    Survivors of modern slavery are being encouraged to become leaders in the global drive to end the crime through the arts and activism, as part of an online network launched on Monday. The Survivor Alliance will provide a forum, expert contacts and consulting opportunities for survivors engaged in anti-slavery efforts - from authors and artists to activists and advisers - said academics at Britain's University of Nottingham. "(This) moves survivors from being occasional spokespeople to strategic thinkers and movement leaders," said Zoe Trodd, director of the Rights Lab - the world's first large-scale research platform on modern-day slavery based at the university.

  • Reuters - UK Focus4 days ago

    GLOBAL MARKETS-U.S. yield hits 4-year high; stocks fall on tech sector

    World stock markets dipped as worries about a global slowdown in smartphone demand dented the technology sector, while oil prices fell after U.S. President Donald Trump sent a tweet criticizing OPEC and then mostly recovered. Trump's tweet, in which he called prices "artificially Very High!", sent crude futures tumbling, but they stabilized a bit later.

  • Reuters - UK Focus4 days ago

    Oil recovers after sliding on Trump tweet criticizing OPEC

    Oil prices edged up on Friday, stabilizing after an earlier slide driven by U.S. President Donald Trump's criticism of OPEC's role in pushing up global oil prices. Brent crude oil futures gained 28 cents, or 0.4 percent, to settle at $74.06 per barrel. "Looks like OPEC is at it again," Trump tweeted.

  • Reuters - UK Focus4 days ago

    TREASURIES-Bond selloff steepens yield curve, analysts see it as temporary

    The 10-year Treasury yield reached its highest level since March 21 as the bond selloff continued for a second day on Friday, driving the yield curve steeper after two weeks of flattening. As such, analysts, regardless of whether they expect the curve to invert in 2018, believe the current steepening is a temporary move. "If you look at the chart, you have to squint to see it," Gene Tannuzzo, senior portfolio manager at Columbia Threadneedle Investments, said of the two-day counter-trend.

  • Relief at Barclays over Jes Staley as regulators show teeth
    Sky News5 days ago

    Relief at Barclays over Jes Staley as regulators show teeth

    There will be a profound sense of relief at Barclays (LSE: BARC.L - news) that Jes Staley, its chief executive, has not lost his job as a result of his attempts to unmask a whistleblower. For under the so-called "senior managers" regime, introduced after the financial crisis to make those running banks more accountable for failings on their watch, a case for him to have been banned could have been constructed. With (Other OTC: WWTH - news) no bankers having gone to prison following the financial crisis, the public perception is that the big bosses somehow get away with misdemeanours, while the little guys - as in the Libor-rigging cases - go down .

  • Reuters - UK Focus5 days ago

    Save the Children chairman quits, says urgent need to rebuild trust

    The chairman of the British charity Save (LSE: 0O98.L - news) the Children resigned on Thursday, eight months before the end of his term, after the non-profit world was rocked by allegations of sexual misconduct and harassment. Alan Parker, the founder of communications group Brunswick, said in a letter to colleagues that he had resigned from the boards of Save the Children Association and Save the Children International because he believed that a change was now needed. Save the Children UK apologised in February for inappropriate behaviour by its former chief executive, Justin Forsyth.

  • Reuters - UK Focus6 days ago

    Britain's Labour tries new pitch to financiers: higher taxes for some influence

    Britain's shadow chancellor John McDonnell offered London's mighty financial services industry a new pact on Thursday: higher taxes in return for a seat at the policymaking table if Labour wins the next election. McDonnell, a veteran socialist who has won over many voters with his promises to re-nationalise services and increase public spending, said he wanted a "new start" in relations with London's lucrative financial sector. "There are some policies that you will like and some which you will be less enthusiastic about," McDonnell, 66, told a conference on the future of finance in London, the only financial capital to rival New York.

  • Reuters - UK Focus6 days ago

    FOREX-Euro stumbles at $1.24 level as yield rise supports dollar

    Given the scale of gains in the 10-year Treasury note yield , which climbed more than 5 basis points overnight for its biggest one-day surge since March 2, the dollar's strength was limited. Investors are growing nervous that the euro zone economy's rebound is nearing the top and the European Central Bank may move more slowly to tighten monetary policy. "There is no real impulse from monetary policy.

  • Plastic straws, stirrers and cotton buds set to be banned in England
    Sky News6 days ago

    Plastic straws, stirrers and cotton buds set to be banned in England

    Plastic straws, drink stirrers and plastic-stemmed cotton buds could soon be banned from sale in England under a Government plan. The move is aimed at protecting rivers and oceans from the growing problem of plastic pollution. It will also help the Government meet the requirements of a 25-year plan to eliminate avoidable plastic waste - a policy inspired by Sky (Frankfurt: 893517 - news) 's Ocean Rescue campaign.

  • Reuters - UK Focus6 days ago

    COLUMN-China, the highly problematic saviour of the global aluminium market? Andy Home

    The shocks from the imposition of U.S. sanctions on Oleg Deripaska and his UC Rusal aluminium empire are still rolling through the market. Some of Japan's major trading houses, meanwhile, have asked Rusal (HKSE: 0486-OL.HK - news) to stop shipping aluminium for fear of secondary sanctions. Aluminium's previously well-filled supply chain is starting to crack along multiple fault lines.

  • Inflation slides to lowest level for a year
    Sky News7 days ago

    Inflation slides to lowest level for a year

    Inflation has fallen unexpectedly to its lowest level for a year, easing pressure on the Bank of England to raise interest rates. The Office for National Statistics (ONS) said the Consumer Price Index rate of inflation declined to 2.5% in March from 2.7% in February. "Inflation fell to its lowest rate in a year, with women's clothing prices rising slower than usual for this time of year," said Mike Hardie, head of inflation at the ONS.

  • Reuters - UK Focus7 days ago

    COLUMN-China, the highly problematic saviour of the global aluminium market? Andy Home

    The shocks from the imposition of U.S. sanctions on Oleg Deripaska and his UC Rusal aluminium empire are still rolling through the market. Some of Japan's major trading houses, meanwhile, have asked Rusal (HKSE: 0486-OL.HK - news) to stop shipping aluminium for fear of secondary sanctions. Aluminium's previously well-filled supply chain is starting to crack along multiple fault lines.

  • Farmers' gruelling winter could see hike in salad price
    Sky News7 days ago

    Farmers' gruelling winter could see hike in salad price

    The 'Beast from the East' that hit in early March grabbed the headlines but the prolonged cold and wet weather has left arable and livestock farmers across the UK with failing crops, dead animals and rising production costs. With (Other OTC: WWTH - news) 16 million spring onions growing in one of his fields south of Worcester, Adam Lockwood explained that his crops, having stood in the fields all winter, are well behind. At one stage this winter, the snow was blowing at such an angle it was getting under the roof tiles and settling inside Richard Walters' lambing barns on his farm near Studley in Warwickshire.

  • Reuters - UK Focus8 days ago

    Royal wedding obsession: fun can deepen to mental health problem

    Fans of the British royals have been awash in glittering titillation over the upcoming nuptials of Prince Harry and American actress Meghan Markle, but counselors warn there is a dark side: extreme and potentially dangerous obsession. Mental health concerns have been raised by some fans' deep fascination with the UK royal family, which seems to be at an all-time high in the months since Harry and Meghan announced their engagement in December 2017. With (Other OTC: WWTH - news) millions drawn into the fairytale love story of a prince and his Hollywood bride, mental health experts warn fans to guard against losing touch with reality.

  • Reuters - UK Focus8 days ago

    FOREX-Euro climbs above $1.24 to three-week high

    The euro rose above $1.24 to a three-week high on Tuesday after solid Chinese economic data and receding worries about more U.S. strikes in Syria revived risk sentiment, although a monthly survey of German investor sentiment undercut the optimism. U.S. President Donald Trump's comments about China and Russia trying to devalue their currencies this week also weighed on the dollar, with investors believing that the U.S. administration wants to see a weaker currency.

  • Reuters - UK Focus8 days ago

    RBS to pay $5 billion into pension scheme

    Royal Bank of Scotland (LSE: RBS.L - news) will make a total contribution of 3.5 billion pounds ($5 billion) to its pension scheme over the coming years, clearing one hurdle blocking the bank's return to dividends. The payments will start with a pre-tax contribution of 2 billion pounds in the second half of this year, the bank said. Up to another 1.5 billion pounds in payments will be made to match dividends from 2020 onwards.

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