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British bank TSB's online service suffers temporary outage

Mon, 22nd Oct 2018 21:25Oct 22 (Reuters) - Online banking for British retail bank TSB suffered a temporary outage on Monday, sparking complaints from customers who took to social media to say that they were unable to log on. "We're sorry that some of our customers experienced...

Commodities: WTI futures reverse course to trade higher, lacklustre trading in copper

Mon, 22nd Oct 2018 19:59(Sharecast News) - Commodities traded slightly lower on Monday, with a stronger US dollar appearing to offset news of tax cuts in China.

Prices gain as stocks fall, inflation concerns cap rally

Mon, 22nd Oct 2018 18:41(Recasts with long-dated Treasuries, adds quotes, updates prices) Longer-dated U.S. Treasury prices edged higher on Monday as falling stocks boosted demand for low risk debt, though gains were limited as investors remained on edge with rising inflation pressures and further potential interest rate hikes by...

Cuba fund first to be listed on London exchange

Mon, 22nd Oct 2018 18:21CEIBA Investments, a fund that owns stakes in hotels and commercial property across Cuba, said on Monday it raised $39 million on its first day of trading on the London Stock Exchange and will use the money to expand its business on the island....

Branson steps down from role as chairman of Virgin Hyperloop

Mon, 22nd Oct 2018 17:42(Adds detail, background; changes media slug) Richard Branson is quitting as chairman of Virgin Hyperloop One, saying the company, that plans to build a supersonic transport system in the United Arab Emirates and other countries, needs a more actively involved leader, the firm said...

London close: Stocks kick the week off lower amid political uncertainty

Mon, 22nd Oct 2018 17:20(Sharecast News) - London stocks started the week on a down note despite a weaker pound, albeit on the back of heightened political uncertainty, even as investors continued to ponder the risk of another leg lower on Wall Street.

Britain's Weir launches sale of flow control business - sources

Mon, 22nd Oct 2018 17:11British engineer Weir has launched the sale of its flow control business in a move that could value the supplier of pumps and valves at more than 300 million pounds ($389 million), according to sources with knowledge of the matter. Bankers for the FTSE...

Eurogroup's Centeno confident of budget deal between Rome and EU

Mon, 22nd Oct 2018 17:07(Updates with more details) Eurogroup head Mario Centeno said on Monday the latest messages from Rome and the European Commission over Italy's 2019 budget are "very positive" and he expects agreement to be reached on the blueprint. "That is what I expect," Centeno...

EU mergers and takeovers (Oct 22)

Mon, 22nd Oct 2018 17:05The following are mergers under review by the European Commission and a brief guide to the EU merger process: APPROVALS AND WITHDRAWALS -- German industrial gas company Messer Group and private equity group CVC to acquire certain assets from German chemical company Linde Group...

UK PM May not summoned to face lawmakers' committee - spokesman

Mon, 22nd Oct 2018 16:50British Prime Minister Theresa May has not been invited to attend a meeting of a powerful Conservative Party lawmakers committee this week, her spokesman said, amid reports she had been summoned to face angry members of parliament. May does not normally attend the weekly...
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