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UK housing market shows tentative signs of confidence Marianne Curphey

UK housing market shows tentative signs of confidence Marianne Curphey. Year-on-year, both the number of prospective buyers and number of sales agreed rose in December.

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US Treasury yields move lower amid coronavirus fears
US Treasury yields move lower amid coronavirus fears

The government debt prices are changing as the investors are concerned about the economic consequences of coronavirus.

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Pension fund threatens to sack asset managers that ignore climate crisis
Pension fund threatens to sack asset managers that ignore climate crisis

Brunel Pension Partnership in the UK says investment firms have until 2022 to reduce exposure to potentially harmful industries.

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Indian government pushes to sell entire stake of Air India
Indian government pushes to sell entire stake of Air India

A successful bidder would win control of Air India’s 4,400 domestic and 1,800 international landing and parking slots at Indian airports, as well as 900 slots at airports overseas.

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LSE companies pay out record dividends to shareholders in 2019
LSE companies pay out record dividends to shareholders in 2019

LSE companies pay out record dividends to shareholders in 2019. Total of £110.5 bn paid out to investors overall, survey finds.

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Analysts tips Ethereum to rise again

After falling nearly 8 per cent in one week, the second most popular cryptocurrency is rallying

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Just Eat and Takeaway merger investigated by the CMA

The newly merged home delivery company may have to postpone planned early February stock market debut

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Boeing will pay dividends despite heavy costs from its troubled 737Max aircraft

Boeing expects to start 737Max production in the spring and is to pay dividends to shareholders despite the plane remaining grounded

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TripAdvisor to cut hundreds of jobs amid competition from Google

Online travel site TripAdvisor to slash hundreds of jobs amid stiff competition from Google

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Davos: French finance minister predicts global railway consolidation

French finance minister Bruno Le Maire predicts future global railway consolidation

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Crude prices lower as trading momentum heads downwards

Oil prices were lower today as the International Energy Agency urged companies in the sector to form a “grand coalition” to tackle climate change. Trading patterns suggests the oil price has lost momentum in recent months.

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Daimler issues new warning on 2019 earnings as diesel scandal takes toll

German luxury car maker Daimler’s 2019 earnings are expected to almost halve thanks to costs linked to the diesel scandal and the switch to electric cars.

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UK public borrowing declines in December ahead of first post-Brexit budget

UK public-sector borrowing fell in December to 4 billion pounds, topping expectations for a rise to 4.6 billion, although from April-December, borrowing rose.

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Sainsbury’s CEO to leave role after six years

CEO Mike Coupe will be replaced in June

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Tesla becomes first $100bn US carmaker

The valuation, if sustained over several months, would also trigger a huge pay-out for billionaire CEO Elon Musk, who stands to receive an estimated pay award of $346m.

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