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GBP/USD 1.5066 -0.0074 (-0.49%)
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GBP/AUD 1.9401 +0.0216 (1.13%)
Shell's Defense Sounds Retreat for Big Oil
Big Oil is supposed to provide a fortress amid turmoil in the energy market. But the first set of fourth-quarter results from the supermajors, Royal Dutch Shell 's on Thursday, clearly didn't reassure: The stock dropped almost 5%.
Shell bows to investor pressure on climate risk  
Oil ekes out gain after sinking to 6-year low  
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A box from Amazon.com is pictured on the porch of a house in Golden, Colorado July 23, 2008. Credit: Reuters/Rick Wilking. Related Topics.
(Bloomberg) -- McDonald's Corp., the restaurant company that popularized fast food around the globe, tapped U.K.-born Steve Easterbrook to lead a turnaround starting on its troubled home turf.
The yield on 10-year gilts touched 1.396%, partly due to the possibility of a rapid fall in oil prices bringing deflation to Britain within the next few months.
Britain's retailers enjoyed healthy post-Christmas sales, according to a survey of the high street in January. A sharp fall in the cost of petrol, which has dramatically improved disposable incomes, was credited with maintaining spending levels after the ...
Energy companies stand to make an extra �37 profit per household this year on the back of lower wholesale gas prices, regulator Ofgem has said, piling pressure on the Big Six to cut bills further.

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