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HSBC closes some Muslims' accounts

HSBC closes some Muslims' accounts

by cherry56 since 8 hours in Business via co.uk

HSBC bank writes to Finsbury Park Mosque and other Muslim individuals and organisations around the UK giving them notice their accounts will be...

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Economy picking up as consumers turn bullish

Economy picking up as consumers turn bullish

by darknight since 9 hours in Business via usatoday.com

Consumer confidence hit a seven-year high in July and economists foresee rebound in 2Q GDP.       

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Argentine economy minister in New York for last ditch talks

Argentine economy minister in New York for last ditch talks

by MiWhite since 9 hours in Business via reuters.com

NEW YORK/BUENOS AIRES (Reuters) - Argentine Economy Minister Axel Kicillof unexpectedly arrived in New York on Tuesday to join last-minute debt...

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Tobacco tax law cost U.S. billions in revenue: report

Tobacco tax law cost U.S. billions in revenue: report

by MiWhite since 9 hours in Business via reuters.com

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - A 2009 law that raised federal taxes to discourage smoking cost the U.S. government billions of dollars in lost revenue as...

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Global Wool Market News Update, Textile Industry Information

by quintinjenkins since 7 hours in Business via sourcingjournalonline.com

Get global wool market news, textile wool industry news. Try free trial subscription for world clothing business analysis & updates report.

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Barclays sees profits fall by 7%

Barclays sees profits fall by 7%

by cherry56 since 6 hours in Business via co.uk

Barclays' half yearly profits fall 7% to £3.35bn, following a fall in revenue at its investment bank.

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Delamaide: Can Fed spur global bank reform?

Delamaide: Can Fed spur global bank reform?

by darknight since 9 hours in Business via usatoday.com

Fed policymakers seek to ensure foreign banks operate within the rules.       

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Cost of probe into FCA bungle hits £2.2 million

Cost of probe into FCA bungle hits £2.2 million

by flatline since 9 hours in Business via co.uk

The Financial Conduct Authority came under intense criticism after its plans to probe these policies were briefed to a national newspaper in March.

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Toyota says first-half global sales rise 3.8 pct

Toyota says first-half global sales rise 3.8 pct

by MiWhite since 9 hours in Business via reuters.com

TOKYO (Reuters) - Toyota Motor Corp said its first-half groupwide global sales rose 3.8 percent to 5.097 million vehicles, achieving a record for...

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Gulftainer Company Limited United Arab Emirates INLAND CONTAINER DEPOT -

Gulftainer Company Limited United Arab Emirates INLAND CONTAINER DEPOT -

by erin18bltn since 5 hours in Business via booklikes.com

Gulftainer owns and operates the Sharjah Inland Container Deport (SICD), UAE and the Umm Qasr Logistics Center ICD, Iraq.

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China July official PMI seen hitting eight-month high

China July official PMI seen hitting eight-month high

by MiWhite since 3 hours in Business via reuters.com

BEIJING (Reuters) - Activity in China's vast factory sector likely expanded at the fastest pace in eight months in July, a Reuters poll showed on...

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FTSE LIVE: Nerves ahead of US data, rate decision pull Footsie lower

FTSE LIVE: Nerves ahead of US data, rate decision pull Footsie lower

by flatline since 3 hours in Business via co.uk

By mid morning, the FTSE 100 index was down 4.5 points to 6,803.3, easing off the session low of 6,793.78, having reached an early peak at 6,812.68.

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Millions to see power bill cut

Millions to see power bill cut

by cherry56 since 4 hours in Business via co.uk

Millions of electricity customers will see an average reduction of £12 a year on their bills, according to proposals from the regulator, Ofgem.

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DealBook: Barclays Swings to Profit But Sees Drop in Investment Banking Rev

DealBook: Barclays Swings to Profit But Sees Drop in Investment Banking Rev

by Dreamer since 3 hours in Business via nytimes.com

The British lender posted second-quarter net income of 161 million pounds, or about $273 million, ahead of analysts’ expectations. That compared...

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Gulftainer Company Limited United Arab Emirates partnership | one:convo

by ls17hanson since 9 hours in Business via oneconvo.com

Gulftainer’s recent efforts to increase its recycling efficiency, have been rewarded as senior management welcomed a delegation from Bee’ah, who...

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Your holiday cash card could be frozen: especially if you decide to rent a

Your holiday cash card could be frozen: especially if you decide to rent a

by flatline since 3 hours in Business via co.uk

The ring-fenced money, which in the case of car hire can be thousands, never actually leaves the card, but the holidaymaker cannot spend it for up...

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DealBook: AstraZeneca to Pay Up to $2.1 Billion For Respiratory Drugs

DealBook: AstraZeneca to Pay Up to $2.1 Billion For Respiratory Drugs

by Dreamer since 3 hours in Business via nytimes.com

The British pharmaceutical company said it would initially pay $875 million to Almirall for the rights to the drugs, and up to $1.22 billion more...

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Barclays' opens the bank of the future

Barclays' opens the bank of the future

by flatline since 3 hours in Business via co.uk

A branch of Barclays, in Central London, has been revamped. You can’t see any counters. There are no cashiers. And there isn’t a queue.

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Argentina on brink of second debt default in 12 years

Argentina on brink of second debt default in 12 years

by Perseus since 4 hours in Business via theguardian.com

Talks with vulture funds fail in case campaigners say could set precedent for investors to wreck other countries' debt dealsArgentina is on the...

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Regulators want bankers to accept criminal liability under new plans

Regulators want bankers to accept criminal liability under new plans

by Perseus since 2 hours in Business via theguardian.com

Main City watchdogs want a new licensing regime for bankers, which could also see bonuses deferred by up to seven yearsThe bosses of major City...

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