Sunday, 5th July 2015

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Bank of England to unveil changes to City regulations

Sun 5th Jul 15, 13:28:46

The governor of the Bank of England will on Tuesday announce tighter City regulations that will make it easier to prosecute those working in the banking sector.

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AO World says it's either Austria or The Netherlands next as expansion continues

AO World is weighing up which country would be the most suitable location for the next stage of its expansion into Europe. 3 hours ago

Petropavlovsk founder promises to repay debts

The founder of gold miner Petropavlovsk has promised to turn the fortunes of his embattled company around and rid it of its debts. 3 hours ago

Ferrari set to be valued at 7bn at flotation

The value of Ferrari will be "at least" 7.1bn at its flotation, the chief executive of the sports car maker's owner Fiat Chrysler has said. 3 hours ago

UK investors expected to show strong support for first ever Kurdistan bond

The first ever Kurdistan bond is expected to this week gain strong support from UK investors. 3 hours ago

Sunday share tips: Astrazeneca, Galliford Try, Grainger

Buy shares in Astrazeneca said Questor in the Sunday Telegraph. The London-listed company is one of the foremost developers of cancer treatments in the world, especially in the exciting new field of immuno-oncology, which use the body's own immune system to recognise and destroy cancer cells. Analysts believe two of Astrazeneca's treatments, one for ovarian cancer and one for lung cancer could see their sales double from 2017 to about $7bn, or a quarter of total sales. 2 hours ago

Sunday share tips: Astrazeneca, Galliford Try, Grainger

Buy shares in Astrazeneca said Questor in the Sunday Telegraph. The London-listed company is one of the foremost developers of cancer treatments in the world, especially in the exciting new field of immuno-oncology, which use the body's own immune system to recognise and destroy cancer cells. Analysts believe two of Astrazeneca's treatments, one for ovarian cancer and one for lung cancer could see their sales double from 2017 to about $7bn, or a quarter of total sales. 2 hours ago

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