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metro
UK banks expected to pay out £5billion in bonusesThe banking sector is currently in turmoil (Picture: Getty Images) Britain’s l
UK banks expected to pay out £5billion in bonuses
metro / Posted 12 hours ago
The banking sector is currently in turmoil (Picture: Getty Images) Britain’s largest banks will hand out an estimated £5billion in bonuses even amid concerns about the UK’s economic growth. It has been a tough week for the banking sector, which saw... Read more
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Daily Mirror
£5bn bank bonus bonanza causes outcryBritain's four biggest banks are set to announce a near £5billion bonus bonanza
£5bn bank bonus bonanza causes outcry
Daily Mirror / Posted 12 hours ago
Britain's four biggest banks are set to announce a near £5billion bonus bonanza. HSBC, Barclays, Lloyds and Royal Bank of Scotland will reveal another round of rich rewards for staff over the coming weeks, alongside their annual results. The... Read more
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TheStreet.com
How to profit from European banking's 'black hole'The ideal way to profit from the central bank madness in Europe is to short the
How to profit from European banking's 'black hole'
TheStreet.com / Posted 15 hours ago
The ideal way to profit from the central bank madness in Europe is to short the iShares MSCI Europe Financials Sector Index Fund(EUFN) , an exchange-traded fund that tracks the European banking sector. With net assets of $253.27 million and a low... Read more
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Shropshire Star
Peter Rhodes: Mumbling Valley « Shropshire StarONE supermarket chain is reducing the price of oysters to just 25p each for Val
Peter Rhodes: Mumbling Valley « Shropshire Star
Shropshire Star / Posted 17 hours ago
ONE supermarket chain is reducing the price of oysters to just 25p each for Valentine's Day. If you've never tried them, it's best to do it before you hear the verdict of Frank Skinner (you may wish to stop reading at this point): “It's like licking... Read more
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thebee
UK's Big Four Banks To Award £5bn Bonus PotBritain's four biggest banks are to award bonus payouts worth almost £5bn in th
UK's Big Four Banks To Award £5bn Bonus Pot
thebee / Posted 17 hours ago
Britain's four biggest banks are to award bonus payouts worth almost £5bn in the next few weeks even as the share prices of lenders are being hammered by deepening concerns about economic growth. Sky News can reveal that boardroom pay committees at... Read more
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Reuters
Desperately seeking signs of inflationForeign currency banknotes are placed on a basket for counting during a photo o
Desperately seeking signs of inflation
Reuters / Posted 18 hours ago
Foreign currency banknotes are placed on a basket for counting during a photo opportunity at the bank's headquarters in Seoul November 9, 2010. Now markets have delivered their verdict on inflation - it's not picking up any time soon - economic data... Read more
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Channel NewsAsia
Desperately seeking signs of inflationREUTERS: Now markets have delivered their verdict on inflation: it's not pickin
Desperately seeking signs of inflation
Channel NewsAsia / Posted 19 hours ago
REUTERS: Now markets have delivered their verdict on inflation: it's not picking up any time soon: economic data due next week will show whether price pressures are rising meaningfully or falling back in some of the world's major economies. A global... Read more
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Money Marketing Online
Lenders slammed over valuation fee profitsLenders are failing to be transparent about the cost of valuations despite effo
Lenders slammed over valuation fee profits
Money Marketing Online / Posted 20 hours ago
Lenders are failing to be transparent about the cost of valuations despite efforts to simplify charges in the sector, according to trade bodies. The issue, they say, lies in the size of the margin lenders keep from each valuation fee. While most of... Read more
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Oxford Mail
Pair from Oxford charged over daylight robbery at Lloyds Bank in HeadingtonTWO people including a 16-year-old boy have been charged with robbery following
Pair from Oxford charged over daylight robbery at Lloyds Bank in Headington
Oxford Mail / Posted 22 hours ago
TWO people including a 16-year-old boy have been charged with robbery following an incident at the Lloyds Bank in Headington last month. At about 10.30am on Saturday, January 23, two people entered the bank in London Road, threatened staff and... Read more
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Finextra
Is Paym a failure?It's very interesting to see that the trend in the comments is that paym just i
Is Paym a failure?
Finextra / Posted 22 hours ago
It's very interesting to see that the trend in the comments is that paym just isn't easy to use. Don't think anyone will disagree that the there is most definitely interest from the people for P2P, Venmo have succeeded, Vipps in Norway has exceeded... Read more
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Morningstar
European Bank Sell-Off OverdoneSome of the hardest-hit banks--such as UniCredit, where the CEO is under press
European Bank Sell-Off Overdone
Morningstar / Posted 22 hours ago
Some of the hardest-hit banks--such as UniCredit, where the CEO is under pressure to step down--have been some of the slowest to restructure postcrisis, indicating to us a level of frustration by investors at the pace of restructuring in the Italian... Read more
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This is Oxfordshire
Pair from Oxford charged over daylight robbery at Lloyds Bank in HeadingtonTWO people including a 16-year-old boy have been charged with robbery following
Pair from Oxford charged over daylight robbery at Lloyds Bank in Headington
This is Oxfordshire / Posted 23 hours ago
TWO people including a 16-year-old boy have been charged with robbery following an incident at the Lloyds Bank in Headington last month. At about 10.30am on Saturday, January 23, two people entered the bank in London Road, threatened staff and... Read more
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Money Marketing Online
Neil Woodford warns bank dividends will disappointNeil Woodford has warned investors UK banks’ dividends will disappoint as he co
Neil Woodford warns bank dividends will disappoint
Money Marketing Online / Posted yesterday
Neil Woodford has warned investors UK banks’ dividends will disappoint as he continues to avoid the sector. In a video blog on Woodford Investment Management’s website, the star fund manager says together with mining and industrial stocks,... Read more
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Nottingham Post
Today's late chemists in the Nottingham area: Friday, February 12, 2016Arnold: MN Singh, High Street, to 6.30pm; Sainsbury's, Nottingham Road, to 10pm
Today's late chemists in the Nottingham area: Friday, February 12, 2016
Nottingham Post / Posted yesterday
Arnold: MN Singh, High Street, to 6.30pm; Sainsbury's, Nottingham Road, to 10pm; Asda, Front Street, 7am-11pm. Beeston and Lenton Abbey: Grewal Chemist, Chilwell Road, to 7pm; Jardines, Sainsbury's Complex, Beeston, to 6.45pm; Manor Pharmacy,... Read more
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The Economic Times
'Cognizant’s muted forecast does not apply to the whole IT industry'MUMBAI: Cognizant's bleak forecast for its banking business is being led more b
'Cognizant’s muted forecast does not apply to the whole IT industry'
The Economic Times / Posted yesterday
MUMBAI: Cognizant's bleak forecast for its banking business is being led more by some of its clients putting on hold a part of the business they do with the company rather than industry factors, raising hopes the last quarter of the financial year... Read more
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Evening Standard
This market meltdown is all about mood and there’s little we can doThe world’s financial markets spent most of last year waiting for the American
This market meltdown is all about mood and there’s little we can do
Evening Standard / Posted yesterday
The world’s financial markets spent most of last year waiting for the American authorities to raise interest rates and celebrated when the move finally came in late December, because it signalled that the US economy had finally shaken off the effects... Read more
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Business Insider
Here's what coco bonds are and why investors are freaking out about themDeutsche Bank is down over 3% in Frankfurt, Credit Suisse is down over 6% in Sw
Here's what coco bonds are and why investors are freaking out about them
Business Insider / Posted yesterday
Deutsche Bank is down over 3% in Frankfurt, Credit Suisse is down over 6% in Switzerland, and in London HSBC is down over 4%, Lloyds is down over 4%, Barclays is down over 5%, and Royal Bank of Scotland is down over 4%. It means bank stocks have... Read more
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express
Market carnage as FTSE 100 loses ANOTHER £40billion in just an hour BRITAIN’S top stock market shed more than £40billion in a bloodbath opening h
Market carnage as FTSE 100 loses ANOTHER £40billion in just an hour
express / Posted 2 days ago
BRITAIN’S top stock market shed more than £40billion in a bloodbath opening hour of trading this morning, as investors dumped shares amid a rapidly deteriorating outlook for the... Read more
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Nottingham Post
Today's late chemists in the Nottingham area: Thursday, February 11, 2016Arnold: M. N. Singh, 77 High Street, to 6.30pm; Sainsbury's Pharmacy, Nottingha
Today's late chemists in the Nottingham area: Thursday, February 11, 2016
Nottingham Post / Posted 2 days ago
Arnold: M. N. Singh, 77 High Street, to 6.30pm; Sainsbury's Pharmacy, Nottingham Road, to 10pm; Asda Pharmacy, 111-127 Front Street, 7am to 11pm. Beeston and Lenton Abbey: Grewal Chemist, 38-40 Chilwell Road, to 7pm; Jardines Pharmacy, Sainsbury's... Read more
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Lancashire Telegraph
Lancashire pub breaks gin world record - with one priced at £1,000 a shot...A VILLAGE pub has served up a world record 623 varieties of gins – with one pri
Lancashire pub breaks gin world record - with one priced at £1,000 a shot...
Lancashire Telegraph / Posted 2 days ago
A VILLAGE pub has served up a world record 623 varieties of gins – with one priced at £1,000 a shot. The Fence Gate stocks rare bottles of the spirit produced by the House of Lords, Lloyds, Old Raj and La Ceraselia Ginepro – with some dating back to... Read more
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Liverpool Echo
What ECHO RBA category could best showcase your business?After the launch last week of the Liverpol ECHO Regional Business Awards 2016 w
What ECHO RBA category could best showcase your business?
Liverpool Echo / Posted 2 days ago
After the launch last week of the Liverpol ECHO Regional Business Awards 2016 we are highlighting each of the 12 categories on the run-up to the June 23 awards evening in St George’s Hall. The Liverpool John Lennon Airport Business of the Year (Up... Read more
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Finextra
Is Paym a failure?PayM has published its statistical update running to the end of 2015. I have li
Is Paym a failure?
Finextra / Posted 2 days ago
PayM has published its statistical update running to the end of 2015. I have listed my key take outs below. PayM growth has slowed down substantially We can see that the rate of growth of registered users has decreased in 2015. There have been 139k... Read more
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WA Today
A dying breed: Currency traders left out of new Wall StreetCharlie Stenger, a currency-broker-turned-recruiter, has seen it all. One fired
A dying breed: Currency traders left out of new Wall Street
WA Today / Posted 2 days ago
Charlie Stenger, a currency-broker-turned-recruiter, has seen it all. One fired trader wept in his office. Another admitted he hadn't told his wife he was unemployed, and left the house every day in a suit to sneak off to a coffee shop. Then there... Read more
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Canberra Times
A dying breed: Currency traders left out of new Wall StreetIt's a vortex for currency traders: Not only are banks downsizing their foreign
A dying breed: Currency traders left out of new Wall Street
Canberra Times / Posted 2 days ago
It's a vortex for currency traders: Not only are banks downsizing their foreign exchange desks, but traders are also increasingly being replaced by computers. Photo: Alexandre Meneghini Charlie Stenger, a currency-broker-turned-recruiter, has seen... Read more
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Brisbane Times
A dying breed: Currency traders left out of new Wall StreetIt's a vortex for currency traders: Not only are banks downsizing their foreign
A dying breed: Currency traders left out of new Wall Street
Brisbane Times / Posted 2 days ago
It's a vortex for currency traders: Not only are banks downsizing their foreign exchange desks, but traders are also increasingly being replaced by computers. Photo: Alexandre Meneghini Charlie Stenger, a currency-broker-turned-recruiter, has seen... Read more
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The Age
A dying breed: Currency traders left out of new Wall StreetIt's a vortex for currency traders: Not only are banks downsizing their foreign
A dying breed: Currency traders left out of new Wall Street
The Age / Posted 2 days ago
It's a vortex for currency traders: Not only are banks downsizing their foreign exchange desks, but traders are also increasingly being replaced by computers. Photo: Alexandre Meneghini Charlie Stenger, a currency-broker-turned-recruiter, has seen... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
A dying breed: Currency traders left out of new Wall StreetIt's a vortex for currency traders: Not only are banks downsizing their foreign
A dying breed: Currency traders left out of new Wall Street
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 2 days ago
It's a vortex for currency traders: Not only are banks downsizing their foreign exchange desks, but traders are also increasingly being replaced by computers. Photo: Alexandre Meneghini Charlie Stenger, a currency-broker-turned-recruiter, has seen... Read more
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heraldscotland
FTSE-100 bounces back after bank stocks recoverThe wider market gains came after the FTSE 100 sunk to its lowest close for ove
FTSE-100 bounces back after bank stocks recover
heraldscotland / Posted 2 days ago
The wider market gains came after the FTSE 100 sunk to its lowest close for over three years on Tuesday. US Fed chair Janet Yellen put a slight dampener on rising UK stocks on Wednesday, warning that "financial conditions in the United States had... Read more
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Spalding Today
This week’s fixturesYour guide to all the games THURSDAY PETERBOROUGH & DISTRICT JUNIOR ALLIANCE
This week’s fixtures
Spalding Today / Posted 2 days ago
Your guide to all the games THURSDAY PETERBOROUGH & DISTRICT JUNIOR ALLIANCE Under-9 Futsal Fives: Spalding Orange v G&N (6pm), Peterborough Blue v Peterborough White (6.40pm), Crowland v Parkside Red (7.20pm). CHROMASPORT & TROPHIES PETERBOROUGH... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Pound's fall to spark a rush of moving money home from abroad: here's how to do itGuide to moving money abroad This is because more people are buying and sellin
Pound's fall to spark a rush of moving money home from abroad: here's how to do it
Daily Telegraph / Posted 2 days ago
Guide to moving money abroad This is because more people are buying and selling property abroad and need to move the deposit, or the proceeds. There's also a need for regular sums to be transferred, which could be from a pension or savings moved to... Read more
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Investors Chronicle
CYBG: is the newly-listed challenger bank cheap for a reason? A year ago, demerging and floating your UK banking operations no doubt appear
CYBG: is the newly-listed challenger bank cheap for a reason?
Investors Chronicle / Posted 2 days ago
A year ago, demerging and floating your UK banking operations no doubt appeared a fairly safe prospect. The market was enjoying a strengthening domestic economy and looking forward to... Read more
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Sporting Life
Chief to lead the way Kilbree Chief is picked to shine on Carlisle's card on Wednesday by Anita Cha
Chief to lead the way
Sporting Life / Posted 3 days ago
Kilbree Chief is picked to shine on Carlisle's card on Wednesday by Anita Chambers, who has a tip for every UK race.Lucinda Russell's Kilbree Chief can claim a maiden chasing win at Carlisle Follow us on TwitterCARLISLE: 1.50... Read more
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Nottingham Post
Today's late chemists in the Nottingham area: Wednesday, February 10, 2016Arnold: M. N. Singh, 77 High Street, to 6.30pm; Sainsbury's, Nottingham Road, t
Today's late chemists in the Nottingham area: Wednesday, February 10, 2016
Nottingham Post / Posted 3 days ago
Arnold: M. N. Singh, 77 High Street, to 6.30pm; Sainsbury's, Nottingham Road, to 10pm; Asda, Front Street, 7am to 11pm. Aspley: Queen's Pharmacy Centre, 403 Nuthall Road, 7am to 11pm. Beeston and Lenton Abbey: Grewal Chemist, 38-40 Chilwell Road,... Read more
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Express and Star
Warning after spate of purse snatches in Cannock supermarkets « Express & StarWhile another theft took place took place at the Tesco supermarket in Rugeley o
Warning after spate of purse snatches in Cannock supermarkets « Express & Star
Express and Star / Posted 3 days ago
While another theft took place took place at the Tesco supermarket in Rugeley on Saturday. In each of the six cases the suspects were described as of Eastern European origin and have been captured on CCTV walking around the shops targeting elderly... Read more
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The Malaysian Insider
Nikkei plunges 5.4%, leads global rout Published: 10 February 2016 7:29 AM The global day opens on a downcast note
Nikkei plunges 5.4%, leads global rout
The Malaysian Insider / Posted 3 days ago
Published: 10 February 2016 7:29 AM The global day opens on a downcast note with the Nikkei notching its steepest fall in percentage terms since June 2013. It is believed that the volatility will continue... Read more
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The Economic Times
Global stocks fail to find solid footing after meltdownNEW YORK: Stocks worldwide retreated in volatile trade again Tuesday after Japa
Global stocks fail to find solid footing after meltdown
The Economic Times / Posted 3 days ago
NEW YORK: Stocks worldwide retreated in volatile trade again Tuesday after Japan's Nikkei index plunged 5.4 per cent and oil prices tumbled again. Big swings in bourses in both Europe and New York revealed continued unease over a darkening economic... Read more
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express
The First Choice and Thomson, fresh fruit and veg sales, New Look, PandoraCity news: TOUR operator TUI said it is on course to lift annual underlying p
The First Choice and Thomson, fresh fruit and veg sales, New Look, Pandora
express / Posted 3 days ago
City news: TOUR operator TUI said it is on course to lift annual underlying profit by at least 10 per cent this year despite holidaymakers shunning Turkey amid security... Read more
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express
FTSE 100 dips to THREE YEAR low: Growth fears intensify amid oil glut predictions THE FTSE 100 sank to its lowest since November 2012 as global growth fears in
FTSE 100 dips to THREE YEAR low: Growth fears intensify amid oil glut predictions
express / Posted 3 days ago
THE FTSE 100 sank to its lowest since November 2012 as global growth fears intensified amid predictions of a worsening oil glut. The FTSE sank to its lowest since... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
FTSE 100 Index at lowest level for three years as banking stocks fall sharply The FTSE 100 Index closed down 57.1 points to 5632.1 London's top flight ind
FTSE 100 Index at lowest level for three years as banking stocks fall sharply
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 3 days ago
The FTSE 100 Index closed down 57.1 points to 5632.1 London's top flight index fell to its lowest level for three years as sharp falls in banking stocks and fears over... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Banks feel the pain on global markets amid fears of impending crisis Banks took a beating in a tough trading day on global markets High street ba
Banks feel the pain on global markets amid fears of impending crisis
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 3 days ago
Banks took a beating in a tough trading day on global markets High street banks led further punishing share losses on global markets on worries the sector is heading for another... Read more
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Ipswich Star
Days Gone By - When trolley buses ruled the roads in Ipswich town centre A trolley bus at the junction of Duke Street (right) and Fore Hamlet (behind
Days Gone By - When trolley buses ruled the roads in Ipswich town centre
Ipswich Star / Posted 3 days ago
A trolley bus at the junction of Duke Street (right) and Fore Hamlet (behind the bus) in April 1963. (Photo by Alan Valentine). It is more than 50 years since the last trolley... Read more
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Perth Now
Britain's FTSE 100 stuck near 3-year lows Weaker mining and banking stocks have kept Britain's top share index mired ne
Britain's FTSE 100 stuck near 3-year lows
Perth Now / Posted 3 days ago
Weaker mining and banking stocks have kept Britain's top share index mired near three-year lows as concern lingered over the global economy and the health of the financial sector. The FTSE 100 index was... Read more
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Business Spectator
European stocks close weakerWeaker mining and banking stocks have kept Britain’s top share index mired near
European stocks close weaker
Business Spectator / Posted 3 days ago
Weaker mining and banking stocks have kept Britain’s top share index mired near three-year lows as concern lingered over the global economy and the health of the financial sector. The FTSE 100 index was down one per cent at 5,632.19 points at its... Read more
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Herald Sun
Britain's FTSE 100 stuck near 3-year lows Weaker mining and banking stocks have kept Britain's top share index mired ne
Britain's FTSE 100 stuck near 3-year lows
Herald Sun / Posted 3 days ago
Weaker mining and banking stocks have kept Britain's top share index mired near three-year lows as concern lingered over the global economy and the health of the financial sector. The FTSE 100 index was... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Britain's FTSE 100 stuck near 3-year lows Weaker mining and banking stocks have kept Britain's top share index mired ne
Britain's FTSE 100 stuck near 3-year lows
The Courier Mail / Posted 3 days ago
Weaker mining and banking stocks have kept Britain's top share index mired near three-year lows as concern lingered over the global economy and the health of the financial sector. The FTSE 100 index was... Read more
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Reading Evening Post
Councillor campaigns against Theale Lloyd's bank closureThe retail and commercial bank has announced that it will close its Theale bran
Councillor campaigns against Theale Lloyd's bank closure
Reading Evening Post / Posted 3 days ago
The retail and commercial bank has announced that it will close its Theale branch in June because the number of customers who use it regularly has fallen significantly. Lloyds states that only 13 customers use the branch on a regular basis but cllr... Read more
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Adelaide Now
Britain's FTSE 100 stuck near 3-year lows Weaker mining and banking stocks have kept Britain's top share index mired ne
Britain's FTSE 100 stuck near 3-year lows
Adelaide Now / Posted 3 days ago
Weaker mining and banking stocks have kept Britain's top share index mired near three-year lows as concern lingered over the global economy and the health of the financial sector. The FTSE 100 index was... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Here's an even better way to back my hunch that German shares are looking attractiveHousehold debt has been falling for a decade and was equivalent to 83pc of GDP,
Here's an even better way to back my hunch that German shares are looking attractive
Daily Telegraph / Posted 3 days ago
Household debt has been falling for a decade and was equivalent to 83pc of GDP, according to the latest Eurostat figures. For Britain the number is 125pc and in Norway, which has a reputation for financial prudence, it is 187pc. Admittedly Germany's... Read more
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Hampshire Chronicle
Banks feel the pain on global markets amid fears of impending crisisHigh street banks led further punishing share losses on global markets on worri
Banks feel the pain on global markets amid fears of impending crisis
Hampshire Chronicle / Posted 3 days ago
High street banks led further punishing share losses on global markets on worries the sector is heading for another crisis. UK blue chip banks players were heavily in the red , with Barclays down 4% and Lloyds Banking Group and fellow State-backed... Read more
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This is Oxfordshire
Banks feel the pain on global markets amid fears of impending crisisHigh street banks led further punishing share losses on global markets on worri
Banks feel the pain on global markets amid fears of impending crisis
This is Oxfordshire / Posted 3 days ago
High street banks led further punishing share losses on global markets on worries the sector is heading for another crisis. UK blue chip banks players were heavily in the red , with Barclays down 4% and Lloyds Banking Group and fellow State-backed... Read more
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