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Scotland's Sturgeon to make statement on 'indyref2'

6 hours ago

Frank Prenesti

(ShareCast News) - Scotland First Minister Nicola Sturgeon is to make a statement later on Tuesday on the country's future in the wake of the June General Election which left the UK with a hung parliament.

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Scotland's Sturgeon to make statement on 'indyref2'

Frank Prenesti

(ShareCast News) - Scotland First Minister Nicola Sturgeon is to make a statement later on Tuesday on the country's future in the wake of the June General Election which left the UK with a hung parliament. 6 hours ago

BoE orders banks to bolster capital buffers

Michele Maatouk

(ShareCast News) - Banks will be made to set aside an extra 11.4bn in the next 18 months to protect themselves against bad loans. 5 hours ago

High street sales pick-up in June CBI says

Alexander Bueso

(ShareCast News) - Sales volumes on the High Street perked up in June but were expected to stall again in July, the results of a survey showed. 6 hours ago

Sterling should weaken if FPC hikes capital buffers, Unicredit says

Alexander Bueso

(ShareCast News) - Sterling should weaken if the Financial Policy Committee decides to increase lenders' counter cyclical capital buffers, analysts at Unicredit Research said. 7 hours ago

UK consumer confidence collapses after election - YouGov/CEBR

Michele Maatouk

(ShareCast News) - UK consumer confidence in June fell to its lowest level since the aftermath of the Brexit vote, according to the latest survey from YouGov and the Centre for Economics and Business Research. 8 hours ago

Arconic shares hit by report it produced Grenfell cladding material

Ikaba Koyi

(ShareCast News) - Arconic shares dropped 6% in early trade after the New York Times reported the company produced the material used for the cladding of the Grenfell Tower. Yesterday

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