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 DAILY BRIEFING: Citibank hammered by£16bn tax bill 16 Jan 6:42pm DAILY BRIEFING: Citibank hammered by£16bn tax bill
At the end of last year, Trump slashed the corporate tax rate from 35 per cent to 21 per cent. Firms can offset money lost in bad years against profits in better ones.
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 CITY DIARY: A royal wedding snub for Carillion chairman? 16 Jan 6:41pm CITY DIARY: A royal wedding snub for Carillion chairman?
As chairman of Prince Harry’s charity Sentebale, Green would be a shoo-in under normal circumstances. But current events mean his invitation has more than likely gone up in smoke.
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 Selfie obsession fuels gyms as more millennials sign up 16 Jan 6:40pm Selfie obsession fuels gyms as more millennials sign up
The popularity of social media apps such as Instagram and Snapchat has created the so-called selfie generation, teenagers and twenty-somethings obsessed with image and healthy eating.
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 ALEX BRUMMER: Carillion bosses can expect an easy ride 16 Jan 6:39pm ALEX BRUMMER: Carillion bosses can expect an easy ride
Chairman Philip Green can resume his search for honours, former chief exec Richard Howson can retreat to his Swiss chalet and non-executive director Dame Sally Morgan can look for the next job.
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 Qataris owe Carillion £200m for World Cup stadium deal 16 Jan 6:39pm Qataris owe Carillion £200m for World Cup stadium deal
The construction group spent weeks fighting to get paid for work in Qatar, one of the world's richest countries, which is hosting the football extravaganza in four years' time.
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 MARKET REPORT: UBM back in takeover talks with Informa 16 Jan 6:38pm MARKET REPORT: UBM back in takeover talks with Informa
The companies said discussions were at an early stage but there was no guarantee of an agreement. It is the second time the two groups have entered into merger talks.
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 How unicorns lifted Dunelm 16 Jan 6:37pm How unicorns lifted Dunelm
Kellogg’s also saddled up, selling multi-coloured unicorn cereal. Poundland also got on board with pencil cases, notebooks and rubbers emblazoned with the mystical creature.
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 Forget the sausage rolls - now Greggs will cook you dinner 16 Jan 6:37pm Forget the sausage rolls - now Greggs will cook you dinner
The bakery chain has already started trialling hot food at 100 of its stores across the UK, with a menu including potato wedges, chicken goujons and hot pasta dishes.
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 Workers who cash in pensions face huge tax bills 16 Jan 4:57pm Workers who cash in pensions face huge tax bills
Firms are desperate to ditch the gold-plated schemes as they are expensive to run. Savers are being offered big cash payouts if they give up modest incomes.
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 High street baker Greggs ramps up store openings 16 Jan 3:27pm High street baker Greggs ramps up store openings
Total sales were up 7.4% last year according to the bakery’s latest trading numbers with like-for-like sales for the year up 3.7%.
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 Banks safe but thousands of small businesses may suffer 16 Jan 12:39pm Updated Banks safe but thousands of small businesses may suffer
Britain's banks' exposure to Carillion is 'entirely manageable' according to head of the Prudential Regulation Authority, Sam Woods.
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 FTSE LIVE: Greggs and JD Sports report 16 Jan 12:19pm Updated FTSE LIVE: Greggs and JD Sports report
The FTSE 100 closed down 13.21 points at 7,755.93, as weaker commodity prices dampened the London-listed mining giants.
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 Here are the different ways that you can help charities 16 Jan 11:06am Updated Here are the different ways that you can help charities
As a nation we give £10 billion a year to them. Despite this generosity, helping charities is not just about money. You can help in other ways. Jade Sexton donates unwanted shoes to a local hospice.
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 Carillion collapse hits banks, rivals and building shares 16 Jan 10:19am Updated Carillion collapse hits banks, rivals and building shares
The builder, which traces its roots back more than 100 years, went into compulsory liquidation at around 7am yesterday in one of the UK’s largest corporate collapses.
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 What will happen to Carillion pension savers? 16 Jan 10:12am Updated What will happen to Carillion pension savers?
How does the Pension Protection Fund work, and what will its existing staff and pensioners get now the building and services contractor has gone into liquidation?
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 BP to pay $3bn for Gulf of Mexico oil spill this year 16 Jan 7:41am Updated BP to pay $3bn for Gulf of Mexico oil spill this year
BP, which has paid out a total $62billion for the 2010 Deepwater Horizon disaster so far, said full-year cash payments would be $3billion instead of its previous estimate of $2billion.
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 How do I invest for the best returns in retirement? 16 Jan 6:46am Updated How do I invest for the best returns in retirement?
Many retirees are at risk of bungling their pension finances by falling into one or other of two easily avoidable traps, according to new research from Royal London.
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 Inflation dips to 3 per cent in latest ONS data 16 Jan 6:43am Updated Inflation dips to 3 per cent in latest ONS data
The Consumer Price Index for December was 3 per cent, down on November's figure of 3.1 per cent. The figure is still higher than the rate wages were rising at the most recent figure of 2.1 per cent in October.
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 The new Mini has a very British addition 16 Jan 6:01am Updated The new Mini has a very British addition
Despite being owned by the German car maker since 1994, the refreshed hatchback and convertible models now get a new addition inspired by Mini's British beginnings. So, can you see it?
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 House prices boom in Cambridge and the West Midlands 16 Jan 5:48am House prices boom in Cambridge and the West Midlands
Property values in Cambridge and the West Midlands have rocketed in the last year according to latest official house price data - with annual inflation nationwide sitting at 5.1% according to the ONS.
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 Inflation dips to 3% in hint squeeze could FINALLY ease 16 Jan 5:45am Updated Inflation dips to 3% in hint squeeze could FINALLY ease
The Consumer Price Index for December was 3 per cent, down on November's figure of 3.1 per cent. The figure is still higher than the rate wages were rising at the most recent figure of 2.1 per cent in October.
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 Bitcoin alternatives: Different cryptocurrencies on offer 16 Jan 5:44am Updated Bitcoin alternatives: Different cryptocurrencies on offer
Bitcoin and ethereum really took off last year, leaving many feeling that they've missed the bandwagon. So what are the other cryptocurrencies that could boom? Or are they more likely to bust?
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 The FTSE is at all-time highs but will equity values fall? 16 Jan 4:40am The FTSE is at all-time highs but will equity values fall?
The stock market has been gently rising since 2012 and not even tensions between North Korea and the US have stopped it. Could it keep going up or are we due a correction?
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 Inflation set to have fallen back a little to 3% 16 Jan 4:34am Updated Inflation set to have fallen back a little to 3%
When the official CPI for December comes out on Tuesday, the City expects it to have eased to 3 per cent from 3.1 per cent in November, which was the highest figure in nearly six years.
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 ETFs look to profit from cannabis liberalisation in the US 16 Jan 2:53am ETFs look to profit from cannabis liberalisation in the US
Are marijuana ETFs likely to lead to investment highs or are investors more likely to see their cash go up in smoke? We take a look at the key considerations.
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 NatWest joins the battle of the banks with £125 sweetener 16 Jan 2:52am NatWest joins the battle of the banks with £125 sweetener
NatWest is offering current account switchers a £125 cash incentive to switch to one of its accounts.The new offer means you could pocket nearly £200 in the first year with a Reward Account
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 The FTSE is at all-time highs - will equity values fall? 16 Jan 2:52am The FTSE is at all-time highs - will equity values fall?
The stock market has been gently rising since 2012 and not even tensions between North Korea and the US have stopped it. Could it keep going up or are we due a correction?
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