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Stay put for Brexit deal, banks urged
Barclays chairman John McFarlane is spearheading the campaign to persuade banks not to relocate from Britain and London because of Brexit.
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Theresa May met a host of top bankers in cash-soaked Davos - but No 10 refused to even admit who was there. The Prime Minister is understood to have met mega-rich executives from firms including Goldman Sachs, JP Morgan, Morgan Stanley and ...
Royal Dutch Shell has agreed to sell its 50 per cent stake in a Saudi Arabian petrochemicals joint venture for $820m, the latest in a series of disposals aimed at reducing debts and streamlining the Anglo-Dutch group's sprawling portfolio of assets ...
Donald Trump finally has the power of the presidency and markets are braced for lots of action. Expectations are high for a flurry of excitement and activity from Washington in the week ahead as President Trump gets to work.
OPEC's two biggest suppliers to the U.S. shrugged off a vow by President Donald Trump to end dependence on the group's oil, saying the world's biggest economy would continue to need crude from abroad.
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