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The Irish Times
Ross O’Carroll-Kelly: ‘What’s happening with your face?’ ‘I’m thinking. I’m thinking deeply’three at a time. I pull down the Stira and I clamber up it into the attic. I fl
Ross O’Carroll-Kelly: ‘What’s happening with your face?’ ‘I’m thinking. I’m thinking deeply’
The Irish Times / Posted 2 days ago
three at a time. I pull down the Stira and I clamber up it into the attic. I flick the light and that’s when I see it. My golf clubs are still there. But there’s a big, empty space where four boxes of documents used to be. ILLUSTRATION: ALAN... Read more
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iol.co.za
Pound surges after Bank of England decisionhad given them a wrong steer when he said in a speech on June 30 that he though
Pound surges after Bank of England decision
iol.co.za / Posted 10 days ago
had given them a wrong steer when he said in a speech on June 30 that he thought more stimulus would be needed soon. Alan Clarke, at Scotiabank, said Carney had built up expectations for a July rate cut, echoing other premature signals that... Read more
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heraldscotland
Sterling surges to two-week higheconomists took umbrage with the MPC's decision to keep the base rate at 0.5%,
Sterling surges to two-week high
heraldscotland / Posted 11 days ago
economists took umbrage with the MPC's decision to keep the base rate at 0.5%, where it has remained since March 2009, with Alan Clarke, economist at Scotiabank, branding Mr Carney the "unreliable boyfriend". He said: "Rates unchanged at 0.5% - one... Read more
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The Comet
Crackdown on cyclists who ride irresponsibly on pavements in Letchworth and Baldockcycle-related issues were raised by people living in the two towns. Letchworth
Crackdown on cyclists who ride irresponsibly on pavements in Letchworth and Baldock
The Comet / Posted 12 days ago
cycle-related issues were raised by people living in the two towns. Letchworth and Baldock safer neighbourhood teams Sgt Alan Clarke stressed that the crackdown is designed to target those who ride irresponsibly as opposed to all cyclists. “We... Read more
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The Comet
Vandals use stolen car to knock over parking pay machine in Letchworth town centreused spanners stored inside the car to try to gain access to the machine. After
Vandals use stolen car to knock over parking pay machine in Letchworth town centre
The Comet / Posted 13 days ago
used spanners stored inside the car to try to gain access to the machine. After failing, they then left the scene. Sgt Alan Clarke from the Letchworth safer neighbourhood team said: ““I am appealing for anyone who saw or heard anything... Read more
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The Irish Times
Ross O’Carroll Kelly: 'Lambay Island. Or – as it will soon be known – Aquatraz'clip on his seatbelt there and give him a shove and it will all be over. But h
Ross O’Carroll Kelly: 'Lambay Island. Or – as it will soon be known – Aquatraz'
The Irish Times / Posted 16 days ago
clip on his seatbelt there and give him a shove and it will all be over. But he must read my mind, because before I get a chance to even move, his hand reaches for the catch and he goes, “Don’t even think about it, kid.” ILLUSTRATION: ALAN... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
Economists anticipate rate cut as Bank of England weighs Brexit threatits quantitative easing program in August,” he said. A few economists say the
Economists anticipate rate cut as Bank of England weighs Brexit threat
The Globe and Mail / Posted 17 days ago
its quantitative easing program in August,” he said. A few economists say the Bank will go further on Thursday. Alan Clarke, at Scotiabank, expects rates will be cut to zero. “What is the point of cutting rates by just 25 basis points?... Read more
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Reuters
Bank of England meets to weigh up Brexit threat to UK economyits quantitative easing program in August," he said. A few economists say the
Bank of England meets to weigh up Brexit threat to UK economy
Reuters / Posted 17 days ago
its quantitative easing program in August," he said. A few economists say the Bank will go further on Thursday. Alan Clarke, at Scotiabank, expects rates will be cut to zero. "What is the point of cutting rates by just 25 basis points?... Read more
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Calcutta News
Britain current account deficit signifies trade gap, threatens sterling2016, compared to the 34 billion pounds in the last quarter of 2015. Further,
Britain current account deficit signifies trade gap, threatens sterling
Calcutta News / Posted 24 days ago
2016, compared to the 34 billion pounds in the last quarter of 2015. Further, Scotiabank European fixed income strategist Alan Clarke reportedly said that, “It still seems to be the investment income balance, but it's not getting any worse... It's... Read more
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New Zealand's National Business Review
Former Health Minister Tony Ryall appointed nib NZ chair; Clarke to focus on HellabyFormer Health Minister Tony Ryall has been appointed chair of private health in
Former Health Minister Tony Ryall appointed nib NZ chair; Clarke to focus on Hellaby
New Zealand's National Business Review / Posted 24 days ago
Former Health Minister Tony Ryall has been appointed chair of private health insurer nib holdings' New Zealand unit, as Alan Clarke steps down to focus on Hellaby Holdings. Ryall has been an independent director at nib NZ since February 2015 and... Read more
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Otago Daily Times
Hellaby sells equipment for $81mweek's announcement of Hellaby's $45million purchase of maintenance services su
Hellaby sells equipment for $81m
Otago Daily Times / Posted 26 days ago
week's announcement of Hellaby's $45million purchase of maintenance services supplier TBS Group. Hellaby's chief executive Alan Clarke said yesterday the Equipment Group was New Zealand's leading heavy equipment sales, servicing and forklift rental... Read more
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New Zealand's National Business Review
Hellaby Holdings jumps 7% on sale of equipment groupsells and rents forklifts, and the Auckland-based Eurolift. Hellaby is restruc
Hellaby Holdings jumps 7% on sale of equipment group
New Zealand's National Business Review / Posted 26 days ago
sells and rents forklifts, and the Auckland-based Eurolift. Hellaby is restructuring its business under managing director Alan Clarke who joined the company last November, to focus on its automotive and resource services units, and is exiting... Read more
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NZCity
Hellaby to sell equipment unit for $81mcapital adjustments, the Auckland-based company said. Hellaby is restructuring
Hellaby to sell equipment unit for $81m
NZCity / Posted 26 days ago
capital adjustments, the Auckland-based company said. Hellaby is restructuring its business under managing director Alan Clarke who joined the company last November, to focus on its automotive and resource services units. It is exiting... Read more
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New Zealand's National Business Review
Hellaby agrees to sell equipment unit to Maui Capital for $81madjustments, the Auckland-based company said in a statement. Hellaby is restru
Hellaby agrees to sell equipment unit to Maui Capital for $81m
New Zealand's National Business Review / Posted 26 days ago
adjustments, the Auckland-based company said in a statement. Hellaby is restructuring its business under managing director Alan Clarke who joined the company last November, to focus on its automotive and resource services units, and is exiting... Read more
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Scoop.co.nz
Hellaby Announces $81m Sale of Equipment Groupand Resource Services Groups, after initially being used to reduce debt.Managin
Hellaby Announces $81m Sale of Equipment Group
Scoop.co.nz / Posted 26 days ago
and Resource Services Groups, after initially being used to reduce debt.Managing Director and CEO of Hellaby Holdings, Alan Clarke, said: “The Equipment Group is New Zealand’s leading heavy equipment sales, servicing and forklift rental... Read more
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Scoop.co.nz
Hellaby Announces $81m Sale of Equipment Groupand Resource Services Groups, after initially being used to reduce debt.Managin
Hellaby Announces $81m Sale of Equipment Group
Scoop.co.nz / Posted 26 days ago
and Resource Services Groups, after initially being used to reduce debt.Managing Director and CEO of Hellaby Holdings, Alan Clarke, said: “The Equipment Group is New Zealand’s leading heavy equipment sales, servicing and forklift rental... Read more
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iol.co.za
Slowdown fears knock Britain’s corporateseconomy could tip into recession, leading to job losses and a seizing up of the
Slowdown fears knock Britain’s corporates
iol.co.za / Posted 27 days ago
economy could tip into recession, leading to job losses and a seizing up of the housing market. Scotiabank economist Alan Clarke said he had downgraded his forecast for 2017 growth to zero from 2 percent. “It could be deeper, I could be... Read more
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Channel NewsAsia
Post-Brexit slowdown fears hit holiday firms, builders and airlineseconomy could tip into recession, leading to job losses and a seizing up of the
Post-Brexit slowdown fears hit holiday firms, builders and airlines
Channel NewsAsia / Posted 28 days ago
economy could tip into recession, leading to job losses and a seizing up of the housing market. Scotiabank economist Alan Clarke said he had downgraded his forecast for 2017 growth to zero from 2 percent. "It could be deeper, I could be... Read more
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Manchester Evening News
New president for accountancy body ICAEWAlan Clarke, senior partner of Downham Mayer Clarke accountancy practice in Sto
New president for accountancy body ICAEW
Manchester Evening News / Posted 1 months ago
Alan Clarke, senior partner of Downham Mayer Clarke accountancy practice in Stockport, has been appointed president of ICAEW Manchester Chartered Accountants. He now heads the 5000-strong membership group across Greater Manchester. ICAEW Chartered... Read more
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Investopedia
U.K. Budget Deficit Drops But Not Significantlydata is in contrast with Osborne’s latest financial forecast of borrowing less
U.K. Budget Deficit Drops But Not Significantly
Investopedia / Posted 1 months ago
data is in contrast with Osborne’s latest financial forecast of borrowing less than 20 billion pounds this year or an average of 1.6 billion pounds a month. Alan Clarke, of Scotiabank, said, “It’s still early days, but the main message is slipp... Read more

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