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Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) said its customer complaints were down by a quarter in the first six months of 2014, as cases of mis-sold loan insurance declined.
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European stocks were mixed after inflation slowed in August, adding pressure on the European Central Bank (ECB) to take action to boost recovery. 20 hours ago
McDonald's has temporarily closed a dozen of its Russian branches after the fast-food chain came under scrutiny from Russian authorities. 20 hours ago
The biggest London-listed stocks ended the week on an upbeat note after data-heavy session around for the UK, the Eurozone and the US. 20 hours ago
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Shares in Tesco fell sharply on Friday after the supermarket giant announced it expects profits to fall by as much as 27% this year and its interim dividend to be cut by 75%. New boss Dave Lewis, who due to take over from Philip Clarke, will now join the group one month earlier than planned on 1 September. 21 hours ago
Home Secretary Theresa May said the UK terror threat level was raised from "substantial" to "severe" in the wake of ongoing conflicts in Syria and Iraq. 21 hours ago
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The moving average convergence divergence (MACD) system is a trend indicator that helps us determine the current trend of the market and its strength.
The MACD indicator uses the difference of the distance between two moving averages, usually the 12 and the 26 period moving averages, to indicate if the market is currently in an uptrend, a downtrend, or moving sideways.
Soft drinks maker Nichols (NICL) has a strong, long-term track record but an unfavourable litigation result has knocked the share price. The underlying business remains strong and the shares provide a steady income.
Nichols has a range of brands that it owns or it licences for the soft drinks market. They include the core brand Vimto, Panda, Sunkist, Levi Roots and Weight Watchers.
Geopolitical tectonic plates are shifting around the world presenting trading opportunities to those observers keen enough to pick up on them. As well as the usual safe haven assets such as gold, the Swiss Franc and Japanese Yen, traders may not miss out on the opportunities presented by somewhat “riskier” assets, such as oil.
Middle Eastern politics are complicated issues, but one does not need to be a scholar in the subject to understand that any kind of moderate to major disturbance is enough to send ripples of tension through the oil market.
Using the easy-to-spot "head and shoulders" pattern we can often fairly reliably predict where a currency pair will go next. In this example we look at the recent movement in the euro versus the Japanese yen.
The euro had been losing ground versus the yen, but after the last visit that the price made to the round number and psychological level of the 136.00, it started heading higher and it is very close to touching the 138.00 again.
It’s hard for me to think of Tate & Lyle Plc (TATE) without immediately thinking “sugar”. However, in 2010 the sugar side of the business, including use of the Tate & Lyle Sugar and Lyle’s Golden Syrup brands, was sold to American Sugar Refining as part of a major restructuring of the company.
But as an investor I’m after a different kind of sweetness; the kind that comes from a reliable dividend which grows progressively over time, and in that department Tate & Lyle is still very much a player.