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And Google to launch a fightback against record £2.2 billion Brussels fine.
And France drives EU tax blitz on revenues of US tech giants which would wreak havoc with many groups’ business models in Europe.
Shares in Rathbones have been hit following an 'anonymous allegation'.
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Neptune's rising UK star Holly Cassell is to take a two year sabbatical from the firm to work for the government in an advisory role on Brexit.
Kames Capital fixed income manager Timothee Pubellier looks at whether the French public is already falling out of love with Emmanuel Macron and what this means for bond markets.
Greene King shares dive, dragging down rival pub groups, on warning of weak consumer confidence.
We quizzed attendants at Citywire North on what is currently keeping them awake at night
Collapsed DFM Strand Capital has been declared in default by the FSCS opening the door to payouts.
John Porteous had left Towry a year after its £600 million acquisition by Tilney, in March 2017.
James Hambro & Partners has received authorisation from the Securities & Exchange Commission (SEC), enabling it to broaden its proposition and cater for American clients.
The firm has added two financial planners to its office from HSBC and Royal London respectively.
The troubles of wealth firm Beaufort Securities continue, as it has lost two investment managers to St James’s Place (SJP), leading to the closure of one of its branches.
Franklin Templeton has today launched its four-strong LibertyShares range of smart beta exchange traded funds into the UK
The archbishop of Canterbury believes the UK's economic model is in desperate need of 'fundamental reform' akin to the 1940s and 1980s.
Our daily roundup of analyst commentary on shares, also including ZPG and McBride.
Walt Disney shares’ plunged 4.4% after its chief executive reportedly gave a dim outlook for full-year earnings.
And Jean-Claude Juncker questions ‘stability’ of Brexit chief David Davis escalating already frayed tensions between Brussels and London.
Euro jumps as European Central Bank president Mario Draghi earmarks October for decision on quantitative easing 'tapering'.
And Google is to be hit with record EU fine over claims of phone software abuse.