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UK factory costs rising at fastest pace since 1980, CBI says. Survey finds labour shortages driving ‘intense and escalating cost and price pressures’
Technology shares have taken a big hit in 2022. Here, Edward Sheldon highlights two tech stocks he has just bought for his investment portfolio. The post 2 shares I’ve bought in the tech stock correction appeared first on The Motley Fool UK.
Rio Tinto has only bad options as it tries to salvage its $2.4 billion Serbian lithium project after the country's leaders bowed to environmentalists and cancelled it last week. The Anglo-Australian miner could sue the government, a step likely to fail and further antagonise Belgrade, or bet that pro-mining politicians emerge victorious in April parliamentary elections, a result that would embolden opponents. People inside Rio said that while they were aware of the political tensions around the project, the government's decision to pull the plug was a surprise that left the company scrambling for a strategy on how to proceed.
The older network will be retired to make way for faster, more reliable 4G and 5G coverage.
Shares in European markets dropped, with Moscow’s stock index falling more than eight percent.
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MILAN (Reuters) -UniCredit is unlikely to pursue a deal for Moscow-based lender Otkritie Bank, a source familiar with the situation said on Monday after Russian daily Kommersant reported that Italy's second-biggest bank had lost interest. UniCredit, which has been operating in Russia since 1989, accessed Otkritie's books earlier this month with a view to possibly taking on parts of its business, sources had said. A three-week analysis of Otkritie's financial data is due to conclude at the end of January.
Swedish telecoms giant Ericsson said Tuesday its net profit soared in 2021, with a better-than-expected performance in the fourth quarter despite losing ground in the key Chinese market.
LONDON (Reuters) -Unilever will cut about 1,500 management jobs and reshape its business to focus on five main product areas as it tries to boost growth after a failed acquisition and with an activist investor to appease. The move, which Unilever said had been in the works for a year, echoes the reshaping by rival Procter & Gamble (P&G) three years ago https://www.reuters.com/article/us-procter-gamble-strategy-idUKKCN1ND37M - which at the time also had activist investor Nelson Peltz's Trian Partners as a shareholder.
A record 34% of people would be willing to pay more for better service, according to the UK Customer Satisfaction Index.
When it comes to cutting emissions, it will cost an awful lot to make a little.
MILAN (Reuters) -Iliad launched full-fibre broadband in Italy on Tuesday starting at 15.99 euros ($18.05) a month for existing clients as the French low-cost mobile company presses ahead with its expansion in the country's crowded telecoms market. Benedetto Levi, head of the telecom company's Italian operations, said subscriptions for customers who are not yet Iliad clients would cost 23.99 euros a month. Iliad's move is set to intensify its rivalry with former phone monopoly Telecom Italia (TIM), which is weighed down by debt and under pressure to upgrade its broadband network to meet Italy's digital goals.
Wall Street and FTSE tanks as tensions between the West and Russia over the military buildup on the border with Ukraine dented sentiment and investors brace for the Fed's meeting this week.
The European Central Bank would tighten policy if inflation was seen holding above its target, but such a scenario appears less likely for now, Philip Lane, the bank's chief economist, told a Lithuanian newspaper just over a week before the next policy meeting. Inflation hit 5% last month, the highest on record for the euro area. "If we saw the data coming in to suggest that inflation would be too high relative to 2%, then of course we would respond," Lane told Verslo žinios.
Ikea Stores London: The new IKEA Hammersmith small format store within Hammersmith’s Kings Mall Shopping Centre, West London will open on 24th February 2022.
When a trio of entrepreneurs started Coinrule three years ago, the market needed another crypto start-up as much as Silicon Roundabout needed another Astroturfed office. Coinrule lets traders build bots that automate trading in crypto. Musella explains: “We democratise the tools that big banks and institutions have been using for a while, bringing the power of automation to the masses.”
ZURICH (Reuters) -Credit Suisse warned on Tuesday that it would post a fourth-quarter loss as the scandal-hit lender flagged fresh legal costs and said business in its trading and wealth management divisions had slowed. Switzerland's second-largest lender announced plans in November to rein in its investment bankers and plough money into looking after the fortunes of the world's rich as it tries to curb a freewheeling culture that has cost it billions. It said the investment bank would make a loss in the final quarter of the year, while the wealth management business had seen an overall drop in assets.
Italian luxury brand Moncler, known for its high-end parkas, Tuesday joined a growing number of fashion firms dropping fur from their clothing.
Facebook has built what it says is the world’s most powerful supercomputer devoted to artificial intelligence, which the social media company believes will drive previously-impossible advances in the technology.