The FTSE 100 opened broadly flat on Thursday morning, with sharp falls by steel maker EVRAZ and diversified miner ENRC limiting gains, as investors paused for breath after three consecutive days of gains. [11 Apr '13]
African Minerals: Deutsche Bank reduces target price from 594p to 586p keeping a buy recommendation. Investec cuts target price from 438p to 411p, while its buy recommendation remains unchanged. [11 Apr '13]
"The corporate governance crisis at Stobart deepened last night with the resignation of its senior City broker," The Times writes. The paper says that Investec walking away from the transport and logistics firm a week after the ousting of its Chairman, who was only on the job for 71 days. [11 Apr '13]
After registering sharp declines early on, stock markets across Europe had clawed back losses by the close of trade on Monday, as concerns of a contagious bank run across the Eurozone periphery were eased. [18 Mar '13]
Takeover speculation at M&S stepped up a gear this weekend with Qatar's sovereign wealth fund thought to be mulling a bid for the High Street giant worth eight billion pounds. According to the Sunday Times, the Qatar Investment Authority is said to be assembling a consortium of private-equity investors and has spoken to banks about financing a potential offer. A potential offer is thought to value M&S's shares, which closed Friday's session at 372.5p, at a price of 500p each. [18 Mar '13]
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