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UK financial trader arrested over 2010 global markets 'flash crash'
The New York Stock Exchange seen in May 2010. The so-called 'flash crash' on 6 May that year was the biggest intra-day decline in Wall Street history.
What happened during the Flash Crash?  Telegraph.co.uk
US seeks to extradite British trader blamed for flash crash that ravaged US ...  The Independent
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Tesco Loss To Be Among Biggest In UK History
The once-dominant retailer will report on Wednesday one of the biggest ever losses by a UK company, Sky News learns. 21:45, UK, Tuesday 21 April 2015.
Hedge funds cut losses on Tesco as supermarket shows signs of recovery  Telegraph.co.uk
Tesco to reveal biggest losses in 96-year history  Burton Mail
Big issue: Are shoppers getting caught out by supermarkets 'deals'?
ADVICE service Which? has hit out at supermarkets this week over 'dodgy multi-buys' and 'baffling sales offers'. Laura James investigates whether shoppers are being duped.
Watchdog accuses supermarkets of baffling customers with misleading deals ...  Manchester Evening News
Supermarkets con consumers into discounts that don't exist, says Which  Market Business News
ABF treads water
(ABF). The sugar division dipped into the red in the six months to 28 February, reporting a �3m operating loss after revenue fell 10 per cent to �928m.
Beet suffers heavy beating  The Times (subscription)
Tesco has made a 'mistake' by delisting Kingsmill says ABF  Telegraph.co.uk
Robust Credit Suisse results leave Thiam with bigger challenge
Tidjane Thiam's task in restructuring Credit Suisse - already billed as one of the toughest in global finance - just became a bit harder, after strong trading revenues drove a double-digit surge in first quarter revenue at its investment bank.
Banks' first-quarter trading revenue prompts cautious optimism  Channel News Asia
Credit Suisse beats forecasts for first quarter  The Local.ch
Shoe Zone tripped by ankle boot profit warning
Shoe Zone has blamed a penchant for ankle boots among British women this winter for a issuing a profit warning less than a year after floating on the stock market.
Shoe Zone profits hurt by ankle boots  The Guardian
Mild weather hits Shoe Zone sales  expressandstar.com
Aubin Group recognised for excellence in international trade
Aubin Group has been named as a winner of a Queen's Award for Enterprise, the UK's highest accolade for business success. The Ellon-based chemicals and materials technology specialist has received the award for international trade, recognising its ...
Photonics firms recognized by Queen's Awards 2015  Optics.org
Filtration Specialist Honoured With Queen's Award For International Trade  Wrexham.com
Parking charges are the fee consumers hate most, survey finds
Direct Line spokesman Gus Park said: 'These types of fees and charges can be very frustrating because they tend to cover things that we either feel entitled to or think we have already paid for as part of another product or service.
Revealed: The insurers charging up to �30 to change an address  Express.co.uk
Britain's ten most hated stealth charges revealed including fees for ...  This is Money
Savills swoops on Smiths Gore
Property firm Savills has announced a deal to buy rural specialist Smiths Gore, which operates five offices across Scotland as part of its network.
CompaniesSavills pays �40m for rural agency Smiths Gore  Financial Times
Savills to beef up its rural presence with proposed Smith Gore deal  Norfolk Eastern Daily Press
FTSE boosted by Sky and Arm Holdings
(Close): The FTSE 100 turned positive at the close boosted by strong gains from leading shares including ARM Holdings and Sky. The pair's strong results gave their share prices a strong upward push.
FTSE 100 higher after Sky surge  Herald Scotland
Arm and Sky boost FTSE 100 but miners prove a drag  The Guardian