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12 Nov 2:15pm Interserve shares dip to lowest in 30 years amid finance concerns
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City analysts fear construction firm will have to raise money for delayed Renewi plant The share price of
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Flex it like Brexit: confused investors cling on to idea of a grand fudge | Nils Pratley 12 Nov 1:53pm Flex it like Brexit: confused investors cling on to idea of a grand fudge | Nils Pratley
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Buy or sell? No one knows, but an unpalatable Brexit deal and a falling pound could be toxic for a weak prime minister If Theresa May’s Brexit deal faces a humiliating defeat in the Commons – which is a popular opinion in the wake of
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Gordon Brown backs calls for second Brexit referendum 12 Nov 11:48am Gordon Brown backs calls for second Brexit referendum
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Former PM says Britain should leave door open to rejoining EU if it does leave next March The former prime minister
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Jacob Rees-Mogg and Boris Johnson join FOBT rebellion 12 Nov 10:52am Jacob Rees-Mogg and Boris Johnson join FOBT rebellion
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More than 70 MPs could force government to bring forward cut in maximum stake Theresa May’s government faces becoming the first to suffer a defeat on its own budget bill in 40 years after Tory MPs including Jacob Rees-Mogg, Boris Johnson and David Davis joined a rebellion over
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12 Nov 9:57am Daily Mail owners reportedly interested in buying i newspaper
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Profit-making title could be sold to DMGT by struggling Johnston Press The owners of the Daily Mail could buy the i newspaper from Johnston Press, the debt-laden newspaper group that is struggling to avoid being broken up. The publication is seen as the crown jewel of Johnston,
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Oil prices rise as Saudi Arabia signals production cut 12 Nov 7:46am Oil prices rise as Saudi Arabia signals production cut
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Energy minister’s remarks help lift price, with Opec likely to confirm move next month Oil prices have staged a recovery, climbing above $70 a barrel after Saudi Arabia said the world’s major crude producers agreed that supply needed to be cut significantly next year. The kingdom’s energy minister, speaking after a meeting of Opec at the weekend, said the cartel believed that production would need to fall by nearly 1m barrels per day (bpd) on October levels.
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12 Nov 7:36am Updated Oil price rises as Saudi Arabia pledges supply cut - business live
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Rolling coverage of the latest economic and financial news, as Saudi Arabia’s oil minister tries to halt the recent fall in crude prices
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BA owner seeks support from Spain in case of no-deal Brexit 12 Nov 6:42am BA owner seeks support from Spain in case of no-deal Brexit
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IAG addressing need to comply with EU airline ownership rules, according to report
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Tobacco shares go up in smoke amid US crackdown plan 12 Nov 5:39am Tobacco shares go up in smoke amid US crackdown plan
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BAT and Imperial Brands slide as FDA considers menthol ban and tougher e-cigarette rules British American Tobacco and Imperial Brands saw £7bn wiped from their stock market value as US regulators prepare to crack down on the sale of flavoured e-cigarettes and menthol cigarettes. Shares in BAT, the sixth-biggest company in the FTSE100 and maker of brands including Lucky Strike, Dunhill, Rothmans and Benson & Hedges, tumbled by 11%, sending its market value plummeting from £76bn at close on Friday to £69bn on Monday. The tobacco company’s share price has slumped by almost 40% over the last year.
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Populists like Trump exacerbate rather than cure corruption | Barry Eichengreen 12 Nov 4:28am Populists like Trump exacerbate rather than cure corruption | Barry Eichengreen
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The US president and Brazil’s Jair Bolsonaro will repopulate the swamp rather than drain it Following Emmanuel Macron’s election as president of France in May 2017, global elites breathed a sigh of relief. The populist wave, they reassured themselves, had crested. Voters had regained their sanity. Helped along by an electoral system in which the two leading candidates faced off in a second round, the “silent majority” had united behind the centrist candidate in the runoff. But now we have Brazil’s presidential election, in which Jair Bolsonaro, who displays the authoritarian, anti-establishment, and anti-other tendencies of a textbook populist, won decisively in the second round. A two-round electoral system in which the runoff pits a populist outsider against the last mainstream candidate standing is no guarantee, evidently, that the centre will hold.
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Should I give my daughter a loan to buy the home she rents from me? 12 Nov 2:00am Should I give my daughter a loan to buy the home she rents from me?
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I won’t need the rental income once I start getting my state pension in six months’ time
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I’m 86 and my CrossCountry train journey was my worst ever 12 Nov 2:00am I’m 86 and my CrossCountry train journey was my worst ever
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It was overcrowded and standing passengers were jammed down the aisles
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Survey of British manufacturing shows slump in confidence 11 Nov 7:01pm Survey of British manufacturing shows slump in confidence
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Finalising Brexit is the ‘single most important action required to restore confidence’ Confidence among manufacturing firms has slumped to its lowest level for more than a year, a new study suggests. Research by business advisers BDO LLP indicated a “concerning turnaround” in the fortunes of the sector.
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