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Prime Minister David Cameron on Monday called Scotland’s potential separation from the UK a “painful divorce”.
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US stocks finished mixed on Monday with the Nasdaq falling sharply after a sell-off in technology shares, as investors showed their nerves ahead of the Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC) meeting. 8 hours ago
Action Hotels saw its first half loss before tax plummet by 97% to $47m, compared to the same period the previous year. 13 hours ago
The Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) said the global economy is expanding gradually in the US, Japan and China, but the Eurozone is facing difficulties, needing “more vigorous monetary stimulus”. 14 hours ago
The top tier index ended Monday's session marginally lower as strong gains by SABMiller helped to partially offset concerns about geopolitical tensions, the Scottish referendum, the latest Fed meeting and weak data from China. 13 hours ago
An investor director at Quintain Estates and Development, Nigel Kempner, has sold 1.75m shares in the company in two batches. 13 hours ago
European stocks were mostly lower after a report showed the euro-area trade surplus narrowed and US industrial production fell unexpectedly. 13 hours ago
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