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Premier League TV rights - did Sky really beat BT?
BT (BT.A) and Sky (SKY) have paid over �5.1 billion for the rights to show English Premier League (EPL) matches from 2016-2019, 70% more than it cost to screen the previous three seasons.
Tips and views from a City legend
Keep an eye on ITV (ITV), Sky (SKY), Reed Elsevier (REL) and WPP (WPP) because there are signs that the economy over here is really starting to select another gear, coupled with the fact that there are always people looking to put telecoms, mobiles and ...
11 cheap blue chips with earnings momentum
Although London's blue-chip index has cooled off after breaking the magical 7,000 ceiling 10 days ago, the FTSE 100 () is still up 11% since those year-lows recorded in December.
The week ahead: BHP Billiton, Tesco, Sky, AstraZeneca
A decent set of full-year results helped push shares in advertising giant WPP (WPP) to an all-time high last month, and they have managed to climb even higher since.
Stock to Watch: Man Group
The group has also just recently attracted Jonathan Sorrell, one of WPP's (WPP) Sir Martin Sorrell's sons, to become head of strategy - leaving what is normally seen as coveted employment at Goldman Sachs (GS).
Viewers and investors tune into Sky
"New" Sky, as boss Jeremy Darroch now refers to the satellite TV colossus, easily beat half-year profit forecasts following an "exceptional" second quarter in the UK.
The week ahead...
"We are positive on WPP's ability to capitalise on an improving cyclical and structural backdrop for global advertising spend.
B2B pays off for Daily Mail - just
Although Daily Mail and General Trust's (DMGT) newspaper business still fails to buck industry trends by pulling in more readers, management's focus on its business-to-business (B2B) operation has at least managed to offset the damage, so far ...
The week ahead: Morrisons, ASOS, Prudential, Cairn Energy
AIM -listed Gemfields (GEM) will publish interim results at the start of the week. JP Morgan Cazenove recently upgraded its rating for the miner from 'neutral' to 'overweight'.
FTSE CLOSE: Ukraine ceasefire prompts global market rally
The biggest fallers on the FTSE 100 Index were BT down 10p to 450p, GlaxoSmithKline down 28.5p to 1485.5p, Royal Dutch Shell down 41p to 2203.5p and Compass down 18p to 1118p.