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Barclays expects full-blown QE from ECB in Q1 2015

Fri 19th Sep 14, 17:03:29

The European Central Bank (ECB) is expected to extend its new asset purchase programme by adding central government bonds (EGBs) by the first quarter of 2015, according to Barclays' analysts.

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US close: Stocks mostly lower as outlook for economy slows

US stocks ended the session mostly lower after a report showed the outlook for the US economy slowed. 5 hours ago

Europe close: Stocks gain after Scotland votes against independence from UK

European stocks gained Friday after Scotland rejected independence from the UK in a referendum. 10 hours ago

London close: FTSE ends with modest gains after Scottish vote, Salmond quits

London-listed stocks ended the final session of the week with decent gains, although the final figure was notably lower than the level seen earlier in the day following the Scottish referendum result. 10 hours ago

Norcros chairman builds holding

Norcros chairman Martin Towers has acquired 120,000 shares in the home consumer products group. 10 hours ago

Clean Air Power readies shareholders for disappointing results

Clean Air Power (CAP), a San Diego based developer of compression-ignited natural gas engine management systems, expects results to be “significantly below” average due to trading difficulties. 11 hours ago

FTSE 100 movers: RBS rises strongly after referendum result

Royal Bank of Scotland made strong gains following the announcement of the referendum on Scottish independence. 11 hours ago

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