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 Phoenix Asset Management increases stake in Hornby 17 Jul 5:48pm Updated Phoenix Asset Management increases stake in Hornby
An investment fund that is trying to buy Hornby increased its stake in the Kent-based toymaker.
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 Nestle lets rival shops sell its Nespresso coffee pods  17 Jul 5:47pm Nestle lets rival shops sell its Nespresso coffee pods 
The Swiss-owned food group has decided for the first time to allow its pioneering Nespresso coffee pods to be sold by rivals.
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 BNP Paribas is stung by a £188m fine over currency scandal 17 Jul 5:43pm Updated BNP Paribas is stung by a £188m fine over currency scandal
The French bank will pay the money to the US Federal Reserve, which claims it failed to detect and address its traders’ use of electronic chatrooms.
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 Carillion shares rally after securing £1bn HS2 contract 17 Jul 5:22pm Carillion shares rally after securing £1bn HS2 contract
Shares in Carillion rallied yesterday after the crisis-hit construction company won contracts to build part of the HS2 railway.
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 Builder on the brink wins £1bn HS2 contract 17 Jul 5:14pm Builder on the brink wins £1bn HS2 contract
Shares in Carillion rallied yesterday after the crisis-hit construction company won contracts to build part of the HS2 railway.
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 Mark Carney set to axe the libor rate 17 Jul 4:58pm Mark Carney set to axe the libor rate
Carney is gunning for the widespread adoption of the Sterling Overnight Index Average (Sonia) in hopes of weaning the system off Libor.
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 DAILY BRIEFING: BlackRock celebrates 9% profit rise 17 Jul 4:58pm DAILY BRIEFING: BlackRock celebrates 9% profit rise
The world’s biggest fund manager BlackRock has reported a 9 per cent rise in profit as its assets hit £4.35 trillion.
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 Nestle finally lets rival shops sell its coffee pods  17 Jul 4:52pm Nestle finally lets rival shops sell its coffee pods 
The Swiss-owned food group has decided for the first time to allow its pioneering Nespresso coffee pods to be sold by rivals.
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 Oil firm Weir Group surges on back of US fracking boom 17 Jul 4:42pm Oil firm Weir Group surges on back of US fracking boom
Weir, which makes machinery and equipment for the mining, oil, and gas industries, has struggled to find its feet since being hit by the collapse of oil prices in 2014.
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 ALEX BRUMMER: High speed rail is a Brexit win 17 Jul 4:17pm ALEX BRUMMER: High speed rail is a Brexit win
The 19 per cent jump in Carillion shares on the back of it winning a £450 million slice of the first bunch of HS2 contracts is a little rich.
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 Ex-Barclays CEO and three bankers to stand trial in 2019 17 Jul 4:16pm Ex-Barclays CEO and three bankers to stand trial in 2019
Barclays, its former chief executive and three leading bankers will face trial in 2019 over alleged deals struck during fundraising at the height of the financial crisis.
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 British Business Bank chief executive gets a 36% pay boost 17 Jul 4:13pm British Business Bank chief executive gets a 36% pay boost
British Business Bank chief executive Keith Morgan topped up his salary of £299,000 with pension payments of £29,900 and long-term incentive awards of £119,600.
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 City watchdog launches probe into £500bn investing market 17 Jul 3:56pm City watchdog launches probe into £500bn investing market
The Financial Conduct Authority will look at the operations of investment platforms and fund supermarkets such as Hargreaves Lansdown, Nutmeg and Interactive Investor.
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 Dame Carolyn McCall, the most wanted boss in Britain 17 Jul 3:53pm Dame Carolyn McCall, the most wanted boss in Britain
Dame Carolyn McCall would prefer not to discuss gender politics. She would like to be seen as just a boss, not a female boss.
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 Record dividend payouts of £91bn thanks to fall in pound 17 Jul 12:32pm Updated Record dividend payouts of £91bn thanks to fall in pound
Britain's biggest blue chips have ploughed through the mire of Brexit uncertainty to deliver record breaking dividends to investors in the past three months, a new report shows.
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 MARKETS CLOSE: London shares climb 17 Jul 12:25pm MARKETS CLOSE: London shares climb
The FTSE 100 made a strong start to a week set to be dominated by Brexit negotiations as Brexit secretary David Davis started the second round of talks with the EU's Michel Barnier.
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 MARKETS LIVE: London shares climb 17 Jul 11:33am Updated MARKETS LIVE: London shares climb
The FTSE 100 made a strong start to a week set to be dominated by Brexit negotiations as Brexit secretary David Davis started the second round of talks with the EU's Michel Barnier.
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 Finding the stopcock more a priority than switching energy 17 Jul 10:42am Finding the stopcock more a priority than switching energy
Around half of all consumers will also not switch to a fixed-rate tariff, which are typically the cheapest on the market, potentially wasting hundreds of pounds every year.
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 House prices to stall as buyers struggle to pay more 17 Jul 9:08am Updated House prices to stall as buyers struggle to pay more
With the property market cooling and buyers stretched to their limits, property website Rightmove forecast house prices were no longer likely to rise above inflation.
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 JO HAMBRO CM UK DYNAMIC: Profits by eyeing changes at top 17 Jul 8:21am JO HAMBRO CM UK DYNAMIC: Profits by eyeing changes at top
Manager Alex Savvides seeks out ‘uncertainty’ – possibly better described as positive uncertainty – that comes when a company gets a new top management team.
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 MARKETS LIVE: London shares climb as 17 Jul 8:05am Updated MARKETS LIVE: London shares climb as
The FTSE 100 got off to a strong to yet another week set to be dominated by Brexit negotiations as Brexit secretary David Davis started the second round of talks with the EU's Michel Barnier.
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 MIDAS SHARE TIPS: Gold gains lustre as global threats grow 17 Jul 7:56am Updated MIDAS SHARE TIPS: Gold gains lustre as global threats grow
Interest in gold has been picking up recently. Why? Because it is the ultimate insurance policy - against global threats like North Korea's nuclear ambitions.
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 MIDAS SHARE TIPS UPDATE: Berkeley Energia mine on track 17 Jul 7:54am MIDAS SHARE TIPS UPDATE: Berkeley Energia mine on track
Midas tipped Berkeley Energia in October 2016 at 47p. Since then, the group has raised $30 million (£24 million) by placing 54 million new shares with investors at 45p.
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 The summer self-employed tax deadline is two weeks away 17 Jul 7:18am The summer self-employed tax deadline is two weeks away
Unlike the January deadline, which requires self-employed people to make a tax payment to HMRC and submit their self-assessment form, the July deadline is for a tax payment only.
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 Record dividend payouts of £90.6bn on the cards 17 Jul 7:14am Updated Record dividend payouts of £90.6bn on the cards
Capita Asset Services is predicting dividends of £90.6 billion – a 7 per cent increase on last year.
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 FCA to probe whether DIY investing sites offer a good deal 17 Jul 6:59am Updated FCA to probe whether DIY investing sites offer a good deal
Platform charges and whether firms use their bargaining power to get investors a good deal will be under the spotlight
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 Solid stocks are most consistent payers 17 Jul 6:31am Updated Solid stocks are most consistent payers
Investors looking for a consistent income from their portfolio should look no further than the likes of FTSE 100 listed Scottish Mortgage, Johnson Matthey, SSE, Bunzl and Sage.
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 Airbus ditches UK president Paul Kahn in jobs shake-up 17 Jul 5:45am Updated Airbus ditches UK president Paul Kahn in jobs shake-up
Airbus UK president Paul Kahn, 51, is going as part of a group-wide restructuring that will see more than 1,000 positions cut.
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 EasyJet boss to take the helm at ITV  17 Jul 5:13am EasyJet boss to take the helm at ITV 
EasyJet boss Dame Carolyn McCall looks set to be confirmed as the new ITV boss now that Direct Line’s Paul Geddes is reportedly out of the running.
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 How to have an exotic wedding abroad and cut costs 17 Jul 4:26am Updated How to have an exotic wedding abroad and cut costs
With the price of the average wedding held in Britain now topping £25k, many couples are thinking about heading abroad. Natalie Dent and Giles Barber (pictured) are off to Italy.
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 Mini Cooper owned by Ernest Marples for sale 17 Jul 4:18am Updated Mini Cooper owned by Ernest Marples for sale
It's the only surviving prototype three-door Mini with a hatched boot door. Marples reportedly bought it from Austin as he wanted a Mini that could fit his golf clubs and wine cases in the back.
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 Is getting a second charge mortgage a good option? 17 Jul 4:18am Updated Is getting a second charge mortgage a good option?
Tougher lending rules are forcing more homeowners to turn to these loans to fund home improvements and consolidate debt. Irene Watson and her partner Mark Fairbrother took one out.
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 The top 10 used executive saloons for under £10k 17 Jul 4:17am Updated The top 10 used executive saloons for under £10k
We may not all be executives, and many of us wouldn’t want to be. But many would also quite like the cars they drive. For a budget of £10,000 you could have any of these, our top 10 choices.
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 Inflation expected to remain at a four-year high 17 Jul 4:17am Updated Inflation expected to remain at a four-year high
Inflation is expected to remain at its highest level in nearly four years, as rising prices on the back of the Brexit-hit pound continued to squeeze British households.
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 Policeman asks where to invest £80k on reaching retirement 17 Jul 4:14am Updated Policeman asks where to invest £80k on reaching retirement
In our series Money Pit Stop, we ask an investing expert to give one of our readers a free portfolio makeover. Kevin, pictured, wants to invest £80k but is undecided over when to pay off his mortgage.
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 SUNDAY NEWSPAPER SHARE TIPS: Gold, Just Eat, Debenhams 17 Jul 3:43am Updated SUNDAY NEWSPAPER SHARE TIPS: Gold, Just Eat, Debenhams
This week, Midas takes a look at gold gains and updates on a uranium mine, the Telegraph rules the rule of Just Eat while the Times analyses Debenhams.
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 EasyJet boss set to take the helm at ITV  17 Jul 3:31am Updated EasyJet boss set to take the helm at ITV 
EasyJet boss Dame Carolyn McCall looks set to be confirmed as the new ITV boss now that Direct Line’s Paul Geddes is reportedly out of the running.
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