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MARKET REPORT: Fever-Tree loses its fizz with growth slowing to 5% and shares falling 9.6% 23 Jul 6:57pm Updated MARKET REPORT: Fever-Tree loses its fizz with growth slowing to 5% and shares falling 9.6%
Since Fever-Tree launched in 2005 it has taken the market by storm amid booming demand for premium tonic and other mixers. Having listed at 134p in 2014, the shares peaked at 3956p last year.
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MPs urge Metro Bank not to create more mortgage prisoners 23 Jul 12:55pm Updated MPs urge Metro Bank not to create more mortgage prisoners
Embattled bank Metro is exploring the sale of customers' mortgages reportedly worth up to half a billion pounds back to US hedge fund Cerberus Capital Management.
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ALEX BRUMMER: Neil Woodford should suspend fees or be banished from City 23 Jul 12:28pm Updated ALEX BRUMMER: Neil Woodford should suspend fees or be banished from City
The FCA could draft in a reputable replacement who suspends the fees on Woodford's Equity Income fund, refunds those paid since closure and is charged with cleaning up the mess.
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Is Britain going cashless? Number of ATM withdrawals falls £20bn in six years 23 Jul 11:31am Is Britain going cashless? Number of ATM withdrawals falls £20bn in six years
London is leading the charge towards the UK becoming a cashless society, according to a new report published by the nation's largest provider of cash machines.
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Biggest family holiday rip-offs that can bust the holiday budget 23 Jul 11:03am Biggest family holiday rip-offs that can bust the holiday budget
Unforeseen card charges have attracted criticism from a third of families travelling abroad this summer - with the average added cost coming in at a massive £120.
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UK house sales crash in June as buyers and sellers put plans on hold amid Brexit uncertainty 23 Jul 7:25am UK house sales crash in June as buyers and sellers put plans on hold amid Brexit uncertainty
In another sign that the housing market has lost steam, 84,490 homes were sold in June, some 16,660 fewer homes than last year, according to figures from HMRC.
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MARKET REPORT: Petra Diamonds spooks investors by admitting it is struggling with a weak market 23 Jul 7:16am Updated MARKET REPORT: Petra Diamonds spooks investors by admitting it is struggling with a weak market
Full-year revenue fell 6 per cent to £372m in the year to June 30, missing analysts' expectations. And Petra trimmed its production guidance to 3.7m in 2020.
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Most viewed overseas homes for sale revealed, including private islands 23 Jul 5:33am Updated Most viewed overseas homes for sale revealed, including private islands
Escaping the rat race and owning a slice of paradise appears to be a popular theme among those looking to buy a property overseas.
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Santander profits tumble as British banks clamour for customers in mortgage price war 23 Jul 5:27am Santander profits tumble as British banks clamour for customers in mortgage price war
The Spanish-owned lender said its earnings slid 36 per cent to £575million in the last six months as interest rates remained at historic lows.
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Shares in Ted Baker surge by more than 13 per cent after its exiled founder considers a buyout 23 Jul 4:57am Updated Shares in Ted Baker surge by more than 13 per cent after its exiled founder considers a buyout
Ray Kelvin, who still owns 35 per cent of the fashion business, is said to be supporting plans to take the company private after more than two decades on the stock market in London.
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Best of the Festival of the Unexceptional - a classic car show for the drab 23 Jul 4:52am Updated Best of the Festival of the Unexceptional - a classic car show for the drab
The Festival of the Unexceptional celebrates some of the blandest, ugliest and underwhelming vehicles from history that have - for one reason or another - been lovingly kept by owners.
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Taxman investigates a quarter of estates hit by inheritance tax 23 Jul 4:50am Taxman investigates a quarter of estates hit by inheritance tax
An FOI request by financial planners Quilter has revealed that more than 5,000 inheritance tax investigations are opened every year - some 23 per cent of the 22,000 estates liable.
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Best current account deals: HSBC pulls its £175 switch offer 23 Jul 4:48am Updated Best current account deals: HSBC pulls its £175 switch offer
Those looking for the best cash reward in return for switching their current account will have to look elsewhere from today, as HSBC has pulled its market leading offer.
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Free and cheap activities for the 2019 school summer holidays 23 Jul 4:31am Updated Free and cheap activities for the 2019 school summer holidays
Parents are set to fork out an extra £1.5k, including £316 on activities this summer over the holidays. We reveal 12 ways you can find free/low cost activities for the kids in your area to save money
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