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I've been sorely tempted to buy Tesco after its shares took a hammering.
Fashion retailer Next claims warm weather hits sales as good news from Royal Bank of Scotland helps the FTSE 100 edge higher.
House prices fell 0.2% in September, their first decline in sixteen months. Nationwide building society thinks the slow down may continue for the rest of the year.
Sales of unit trusts and open-ended investment companies fell to a 19-month low in August. Property and equity income funds took in the most money.
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And Lloyds Banking Group has fired eight staff and withheld £3 million of bonuses following “unacceptable” actions that led to the bailed out bank being fined for Libor rigging.
Ford shares fell 7.5% and the stock was the S&P 500's biggest percentage decliner after it lowered its outlook late during the session.
(Update) The government will abolish the 55% pensions death tax charge, chancellor George Osborne has announced.
The departure of Bill Gross from Pimco has sent shock waves through bond markets and the funds industry.
Lloyds Bank has dismissed eight people over the Libor rate-rigging scandal for which it was fined £218 million.
Construction company issues fifth profit warning in two years.
Ruffer Investment Company admits performance over the past year has been disappointing but says the defensive, global fund will do better if there is a setback.
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And Ineos has offered £2.5 billion to communities disrupted by shale gas.
Shares fell, led by a rout in Hong Kong, after clashes between police and pro-democracy protesters in the Chinese city.
Brazilian industrial giant Votorantim stalks Tarmac as £5 billion bidding war begins.
The bond king joins Pimco’s smaller rival Janus Capital amid reports of increasingly bitter clashes with colleagues.
US economy rebounded even more than had been thought in the second quarter. Banks rise on reports of deal with regulator.
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