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|20. Mar 2018||0.0094||1.4001||0.0094||1.0460||0.7647||0.7685||0.7179||0.1217||0.1644||0.1291|
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23. Jan 2018 18:16:26 | www.theguardian.com
As the World Economic Forum takes place, the world inequality crisis is spiralling out of control, say the UK chapter of the Fight Inequality Alliance. Plus letters from Derrick Joad, John Whitley and Lucy CraigAs Larry Elliott’s piece pointed out, world elites are meeting at Davos to make global decisions about humanity’s future (All might look rosy, but world’s billionaires are entering avalanche country, 22 January). Their rallying call, “Creating a Shared Future in a Fractured World”, and...
23. Jan 2018 20:06:37 | www.theguardian.com
Lawsuit joins more than 60 others filed across the US against makers of prescription painkillers for ‘peddling dangerous drugs’New York City on Tuesday sued the makers of prescription painkillers such as OxyContin, Percocet and fentanyl that have played a central role in the opioid crisis killing tens of thousands across the nation. Related: 'I don’t know how they live with themselves' – artist Nan Goldin takes on the billionaire family behind OxyContin Continue reading...
24. Jan 2018 08:43:51 | www.theguardian.com
Rolling coverage from the second day of the World Economic Forum, plus other key events across the markets and the global economyProtests in Zurich last nightThe agenda 8.43am GMT Q: Have you any evidence that your tax reforms are boosting investment?The vote from the market is ‘pretty positive’, Mnuchin replies.We couldn’t be happier. The response from US businesses has been even better than we expected. 8.41am GMT Q: How does the America First economic agenda match up to the World Economic ...
24. Jan 2018 12:53:14 | www.theguardian.com
US chipmaker paid billions of dollars to monopolise iPhones and iPads and shut out rivals such as Intel, investigators sayUS chipmaker Qualcomm has been fined €997m (£872m) by EU antitrust regulators for paying Apple to use only its chips in the iPhone, locking out rivals such as Intel.The European commission launched an investigation in July 2015, covering the period from 2011 to 2016, looking at Qualcomm’s dominance within the market for modems and chips required to connect handsets to 4G m...
24. Jan 2018 20:35:06 | feeds.reuters.com
(Reuters) - U.S. companies' borrowing to spend on capital investment rose about 6 percent in December from a year earlier, the Equipment Leasing and Finance Association (ELFA) said.
25. Jan 2018 22:31:36 | feeds.reuters.com
NEW YORK (Reuters) - U.S. fund investors piled into technology stocks during the latest week, pouring the most money into the market than in any week since March 2000, Lipper said on Thursday.
23. Mar 2018 17:36:24 | www.theguardian.com
Shares fare better in Europe than Asia after China’s response to US tariffs less dramatic than fearedGlobal stock markets have been rattled again by fears of a trade war between the world’s two largest economics after China retaliated to Donald Trump’s plan to impose tariffs on up to $60bn (£42.4bn) worth of Chinese products.Hours after Trump announced the proposed import duties – which are expected to cover sectors such as robotics, hi-tech trains and aerospace – China said it had prepared r...
23. Mar 2018 16:52:18 | feeds.reuters.com
NEW YORK (Reuters) - Bank of America Corp will pay a $42 million fine and admitted wrongdoing to settle claims by New York's attorney general that it fraudulently routed clients' stock trades to...
23. Mar 2018 10:09:09 | www.theguardian.com
Deputy chairman Charles Rolls also banked £73m last year from reducing his stakeOne of the founders of mixer maker Fever-Tree is toasting a £82.5m payday after cashing in on the firm’s recent success by selling a stake in the group.The deputy chairman, Charles Rolls, offloaded a 2.6% stake – almost doubling the number of shares he originally intended to sell after “significant” demand from institutional investors, according to a Stock Exchange announcement. Continue reading...
23. Mar 2018 10:05:08 | feeds.reuters.com
LONDON (Reuters) - Rupert Murdoch's Twenty-First Century Fox has changed the group of banks lined up to help finance its proposed takeover of European pay-TV company Sky, replacing Bank of America...