Recent Quotes (30 days)

You have no recent quotes
chg | %

U.K. markets news

Britain's Lloyds to pay first dividend since rescue
LONDON (Reuters) - Lloyds Banking Group (LLOY.L) is paying its first dividend in more than six years after reporting a rise in profit and improvements in its capital strength, a milestone in the bank's recovery after it was bailed out during the financial crisis.
Lloyds v RBS - two banks with different problems and very different results  The Guardian
Victory for Lloyds shareholders as bank pays first dividend since bail-out  Telegraph.co.uk
Reuters UK  
German MPs approve Greek bailout extension - live updates
If bailout ext goes to parliament it'll pass by opposition votes. If it doesn't it can be dubbed 'undemocratic'- A test for #Syriza #Greece · Facebook Twitter Google plus.
Germany backs Greek extension but bailout fatigue grows  Reuters UK
� German MPs debate Greek deal, due to vote around 09.30  Telegraph.co.uk
Unhealthy secrets about pay that every banker lusts to learn
One evening more than 20 years ago, I got up from my desk in a City of London office building, balanced a batch of documents under my arm and trudged over to the photocopier.
New penalties could be introduced for aiding tax evasion  Compliancy Services
Review: Building HSBC's sprawling, flawed empire  Breakingviews
Fast growing IAG outpaces continental airline rivals
A British Airways flight arrives at a hanger after landing at Heathrow airport in London July 4, 2013. Credit: Reuters/Paul Hackett.
Chief executive of Malaysia Airlines: The toughest job in travel?  The Independent
UPDATE 3-Fast growing IAG outpaces continental airline rivals  Reuters
William Hill suffers slow start
Bookmaker William Hill said it has suffered a difficult start to the year after a bad weekend of football results cost it �13 million.
William Hill revenue hit by customers' winning streak  The Guardian
William Hill blames bad footie weekend for shaky results  Western Morning News
Ex-sainsbury's chief Justin King joins 2 Sisters chicken company
Justin King, CEO of Sainsbury's is on his last lap as chief executive and is has seen it all before. Photograph: Glenn Copus/Evening Standard/REX/Glenn Copus/Evening Standard/REX.
Ex-Sainsbury's boss King takes advisory job at 2 Sisters  Reuters
Ex-Sainsbury's Chief Takes Role At Food Giant  Orange UK News
FTSE dips as traders take pause after heady week
StockMarketWire.com - FTSE indices stole lower to midday in a session laden with interim and full-year results. Investors are taking pause after a week that has seen the blue-chip ladder hit all-time highs, with Greece also managing to secure a high-tension ...
Falls at Intu and RBS nudge FTSE off record peaks  Yahoo News UK
FTSE 100 preview: Index to give back gains after weak US lead  iNVEZZ
Auto Trader to float at �2billion
AUTO Trader is gearing up for a London stock market listing next month valuing the online car market firm at an estimated �2billion.
Auto Trader to float; retail investors need not apply  Proactive Investors UK
Private equity driver gears up for Auto Trader flotation  The Independent
Customer data stolen in TalkTalk hack attack
TalkTalk customers are being warned about scammers who managed to steal account numbers and names from the company's computers.
TalkTalk customers fall victim to fraudsters after data loss  Telegraph.co.uk
UK Mobile Operator TalkTalk Suffers Data Breach  Wall Street Journal (blog)
Google Ventures Europe makes first investment as it backs UK startup Kobalt ...
The six investors behind Google's European venture capital business are Tom Hulme, Avid Larizadeh, Bill Maris, Peter Read, Eze Vidra and MG Sielger.
Google pumps $60m into music company Kobalt  The Register
Google Ventures invests in Kobalt as latest funding round raises $60m  musicweek.com