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Sunday share tips: OnTheMarket, Hunting

(Sharecast News) - In her 'Inside the City' column for the Sunday Times, Sabah Meddings was focussed this week on upstart online property portal OnTheMarket, and its hastening plans to reach profitability.
[17 Feb '19 12:13]

Sunday newspaper round-up: Flybmi, fracking, Primark, Brexit, Just Eat, Amey

(Sharecast News) - Britain's richest man, Sir Jim Ratcliffe, who was knighted less than a year ago for his services to business and investment, has been planning to avoid up to £4bn in tax after switching his home and his fortune to Monaco. The Sunday Times reported that the prominent Brexiteer, who built up the chemicals giant Ineos, has been working with the accountant PwC on a tax avoidance plan. - The Sunday Times
[17 Feb '19 12:12]

Credit Bank of Moscow eurobond sale greeted by strong demand

(Sharecast News) - Russia's second-largest private bank successfully tapped global debt markets this week, via the sale of a heavily over-subscribed issue.
[15 Feb '19 20:06]

Credit Bank of Moscow Eurobond sale greeted by strong demand

(Sharecast News) - Russia's second-largest private bank successfully tapped global debt markets this week, via the sale of a heavily over-subscribed issue.
[15 Feb '19 17:49]

London close: Stocks jump on retail sales figures, US-China trade talks

(Sharecast News) - London stocks pushed higher on Friday, with sentiment boosted by stronger-than-expected domestic retail sales data and some positive around the ongoing US-China trade talks.
[15 Feb '19 17:03]

Director dealings: Highland Gold execs lower stakes

(Sharecast News) - Highland Gold chairman Eugene Shvidler and former chief executive Valery Oyf both significantly lowered their stakes in the AIM-listed gold miner on Friday.
[15 Feb '19 16:30]

Fingerprint Cards revenue almost halves

(Sharecast News) - Fingerprint Cards released its year-end report on Friday, reporting a fall in revenue to SEK 1.54bn (£130m) for the 12 months to 31 December, from SEK 2.97bn a year earlier.
[15 Feb '19 15:40]

Next Games confirms downsizing plans

(Sharecast News) - Next Games has concluded consultation proceedings on its staff structure, it announced on Friday, as part of the review of its operational cost structure and the streamlining of its operational model.
[15 Feb '19 15:37]

Jonathon Reeve retiring from board of Oxford Metrics

(Sharecast News) - Software company Oxford Metrics announced on Friday that non-executive director Jonathon Reeve had informed the board of his wish to retire from the company.
[15 Feb '19 15:29]

Broker tips: The Restaurant Group, Domino's Pizza, BT

(Sharecast News) - As part of a cross-sector report on Friday, Berenberg highlighted the big shift in consumer demanded for purchased items to come to them, something analysts believe will put several UK mid-cap outfits in a position to take advantage of emerging structural trends.
[15 Feb '19 15:22]

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