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I’M sure most of you will remember Donald Rumsfeld’s pièce de résistance during the Iraq War, when he distilled the messy matter of Weapons of Mass Destruction into "known knowns, known unknowns and unknown unknowns," writes Nick Williams, of Brewin Dolphin.
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UP until the US Government partially, but significantly, shut down last week, the past few months had generally been very good for the developed world’s stock markets, which were riding on the back of a steadily improving global economy.
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THE Government’s Funding for Lending and Help to Buy have both improved the availability of mortgages and when combined with a historically low cost of credit, the affects of these support measures are beginning to feed their way through into the figures, writes Nicholas Williams of Brewin Dolphin.
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A WASTE management company, which specialises in treating hazardous materials from North Sea oil and gas projects, has vowed to continue investing in its flagship North-East plant despite unveiling plans to restructure the business.
11:38am Wednesday 18th September 2013
GALLIFORD Try, the housebuilder and construction group, said stronger demand, aided by the Help to Buy scheme, had helped it to record pre-tax profits of £74.1m, up 17 per cent, for the year to the end of June.
9:59am Wednesday 18th September 2013
GALLIFORD Try, the housebuilder and construction group, said stronger demand, aided by the Help to Buy scheme, had helped it to record pre-tax profits, up 17 per cent at 74.1m for the year to the end of June.
8:00pm Tuesday 17th September 2013
LAST week, Chancellor George Osborne presented his analysis of why the UK has “turned a corner” citing “tentative signs of a balanced, broad based and sustainable recovery” as proof that his stimulus measures have worked, writes Nick Williams.
11:29am Wednesday 11th September 2013
THE UK’s largest hotel and restaurant group, which wants to open a new site in a North- East town, says it remains unconvinced over increasing consumer confidence after the summer weather dented sales in its Costa coffee chain.
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2:28pm Thursday 29th August 2013
A SECURITY firm, whose former boss branded its handling of a £284m London Olympic Games contract a humiliating shambles, says it is committed to restoring its damaged reputation after revealing plans to issue new shares and sell divisions of its business.
6:00am Thursday 29th August 2013
A SECURITY firm, whose former boss branded its handling of a £284m London Olympic Games contract a “humiliating shambles”, says it is committed to restoring its damaged reputation after revealing plans to issue new shares and sell divisions of its business.
3:00am Thursday 29th August 2013
NORMALLY, I would start with some positive news, for example that the FTSE 100 is still up around 10 per cent or that UK growth has been revised up, but in order to be positive you have to tackle the negatives, writes Anthony Platts.
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