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Nautical accepts Cairn buyout offer
Nautical Petroleum (NPE) has accepted a buyout offer from Cairn Energy (CNE) with a cash value of �414 million. Cairn is offering 450p per share in the independent oil and gas explore.
Face off: BlackRock Gold & General vs BlackRock World Mining Trust
Commodity funds have been seen as the investment choice of the market bull. They beat markets on the way up, but then suffer as sentiment turns, but can prove profitable for those who can stand the ride.
Babcock steps up in FTSE reshuffle
Babcock International (BAB) will join the big boys of the FTSE 100 (UKX) as part of the quarterly reshuffle, while hedge fund manager Man Group (EMG) will fall back into the mid caps.
Iceland warms to 20% rise in net profit
The privately owned supermarket chain, which was bought out in March by a consortium headed by Mr Walker, Iceland chief executive and chairman, on Friday said net profits in the 53 weeks to March 30 rose from �155.5m to �184.3m year on year.
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Bonuses cut at M&S and J Sainsbury
A deal to compensate Mr Bolland for shares he would have received at his previous employer, Wm Morrison, also meant he is became entitled to �1m of shares split in two equal tranches, the first of which vested last December with the second available ...
Broker Roundup Part 2 including: Charaat Gold, Cluff Gold, Gemfields and ...
Heavyweight broker Morgan Stanley found more reasons to trim forecasts for supermarket Wm Morrison (LON:MRW) as sales momentum continues to weaken.
In the news – UK economy will 'explode' after election, says City commentator
Heavyweight broker Morgan Stanley found more reasons to trim forecasts for supermarket Wm Morrison (LON:MRW) as sales momentum continues to weaken.
Research and Markets: Aldi Food & Grocery - Customer Insight 2012 Features A ...
During a period of restricted discretionary spend and low consumer confidence, it is imperative that retailers know who their core customer base is and how they should be targeting them.