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marks and spencer

M&S executives refuse pay rise as retailer fails to meet targets

Marks & Spencer have declined to issue a long-term performance bonus this year, after the retail firm missed their targets for the year. However, certain...
borrowing

FTSE 100 up and pound holds steady, ahead of Thursday’s election

The pound is holding steady and the FTSE 100 is trading up, as the UK enters the final day of campaigning ahead of Thursday's...
cobham

Global economy growing at faster pace than initially expected – OECD

The global economy is set to see its fastest pace of growth in six years despite a slowdown in the US and Brexit fears,...
Fusion Experience

Fusion Experience transforms business with £500k p2p loan

Data solutions specialist Fusion Experience have gained a £500,000 peer-to-peer loan from RateSetter Business Finance, allowing the company to transform its business model. Fusion, which...
tesco

FRC concludes investigation into Tesco’s accounts

The Financial Reporting Council (FRC) announced on Monday that it has concluded its investigation into Tesco's accounts, after investigating three years worth of auditing...
stocks

Eurozone activity remains strong, but UK services sector slips

Business activity for the Eurozone remained strong in May, despite a mounting backdrop of economic insecurity. According to the latest figures from IHS Markit, the purchasing managers'...
bank of england

Bank of England employees to vote on strike action

Employees at the Bank of England begun voting on whether to take industrial action on Thursday, after a pays increases were seen as "derisory" by...
michel temer brazilian

JBS agree 10.3bn real fine in corruption scandal

The world's largest meatpacking company has agreed to pay a record fine for their role in a corruption scandal in Brazil, after the owners...
ftse gbp

FTSE reaches record high as pound plummets on election worries

The FTSE 100 hit a new record high in mid-morning trading on Friday, pushed up by a fall in the Pound. The pound fell after...
opec

Rocky morning for markets as OPEC decision pushes oil down

The price of oil dipped further on Thursday, despite reports that Opec producers have agreed to extend supply cuts until arch 2018. Oil had a...