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Ramla Soni

Ramla Soni comes from a background of wealth management specialising in areas including fintech, sport, business and finance, lifestyle and the global economy. Personal interests include: researching, networking, social media, travel, music, fashion, sport and lifestyle

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Lloyds
Lloyds bank 2020 profits fall, prompting operational cost cuts

Lloyds Banking Group has set out new targets to expand its insurance and wealth business and further cut costs, following a sharp fall in profits in 2020

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UK jobless rate
UK jobless rate rises to 5.1 per cent in Q4 as job stimulus is set to be extended

Unemployment in the UK rose to 5.1 per cent in the last three months of 2020, its highest in nearly five years

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HSBC
HSBC cuts profit target and shifts focus to Asia wealth management

HSBC has reduced its long-term profitability target and unveiled a new strategy focussing on wealth management in Asia

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Facebook
Facebook restores news content to Australian users

Facebook has said it will restore Australian news pages on its platform after negotiating with the government on a proposed law that forces tech giants to pay for media content

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Boeing
United stops service of 24 Boeing 777s after Denver engine failure

United Airlines is temporarily removing 24 of its Boeing 777s from service after one of the planes had an engine failure over the weekend

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Rio Tinto
Three executives leave Rio Tinto with huge payouts after destroying ancient Australian caves

Executives at Rio Tinto forced to leave the company after the destruction of sacred rock shelters at Juukan Gorge in Western Australia have received massive payouts

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 Alpha Bank
Alpha Bank to sell €10.8bn portfolio to US fund Davidson Kempner

Greece’s Alpha Bank is to sell a portfolio of impaired loans worth €10.8bn and 80 per cent of loan services provider Cepal Holdings to US fund Davidson Kempner

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Danone
Danone buys US firm Earth Island in bid to boost its plant-based foods sales

Food company Danone is acquiring US plant-based foods specialist Earth Island, helping the French group reach a target of making €5bn in global plant-based sales by 2025

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Renault
Renault warns of difficult year ahead after seeing €8bn loss in 2020

Renault Chief Executive Luca de Meo has warned of more challenges in 2021, following a loss of €8bn last year as a result of the pandemic crisis

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UK retail sales
UK retail sales fall in January but UK public borrowing falls

UK retail sales fell in January as the nation went back into lockdown, but lower-than-expected public borrowing gave some relief to finance minister Rishi Sunak

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Daimler
Daimler sees no setbacks from pandemic this year as it forecasts rising profits

German carmaker Daimler AG forecasts significant improvements in sales and operating profit this year

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Royal Dutch Shell
Shell to sell its Kaybob assets to Canada's Crescent Point for $708m

Royal Dutch Shell is to sell its Kaybob Duvernay assets in Alberta to Canada’s Crescent Point Energy Corp for C$900m, making it the latest divestiture in the continent by the oil major

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Airbus
Airbus sees further pandemic uncertainty after 2020 loss

Airbus cut its dividend for a second year as it prepared for more uncertainty following a loss in 2020 due to pandemic

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Nestle
Nestle to sell US water brands for $4.3bn

Nestle is to sell its Pure Life brand and other struggling North American water brands to private equity firms One Rock Capital Partners and Metropoulos & Co for $4.3bn

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Epic Games
Epic Games takes Apple dispute to EU antitrust regulators

Epic Games continues to fight against Apple by taking its matter to European Union antitrust regulators

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