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FTSE 100 lower as energy shares fall
(Open): Energy shares pulled the FTSE 100 lower in early trade after oil prices fell to a four-year low. Brent crude futures fell by more than $2 to $75.75 a barrel, with traders speculating that producer cartel Opec will not announce any output cuts at their ...
FTSE ticks lower, energy stocks weigh  
Barclays leads FTSE 100 higher; oil stocks down ahead of OPEC meeting  
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Getting people through the door. �Black Friday�, with its promises of in-store bargains - such as 40-inch LED TVs at �139 a pop at Asda or cheap tablets at Currys PC World - should draw the more ravenous of bargain hunters to stores, even if many still ...
Amazon will be joining forces with Royal Mail to have access to the latter's 'click and collect' network, aiming to improve local parcel delivery services in the UK.
Thomas Cook shares have slumped after the holidays giant announced the shock departure of the woman credited with securing its survival.
SABMiller and Coca-Cola are to tie-up in Africa, creating the continent's largest bottling operation for the fizzy drink with sales of $2.9bn, to accelerate their penetration of swiftly-expanding consumer markets there.
Over the last year Marston's has introduced 25 new beers, including a "collaboration" beer with the band Status Quo.

Trends

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VOG Victoria Oil & Gas plc 3,975.19% 2,309.78M
TCG Thomas Cook Group plc 3.84% 1,706.98M
MONI Monitise Plc 11.48% 643.63M
PLND Poundland Group PLC 2.89% 797.38M
SGC Stagecoach Group plc 7.54% 2,286.84M