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Monday newspaper round-up: Scottish oil, HSBC, US army

The Scottish oil industry desperately need state support to prevent drilling fields from becoming uneconomic prematurely abandoned, Gordon Brown told The Guardian.
[30 Minutes Ago]

Commodities: Gold prices rebound amid Fed speculation

Gold prices rose on Friday amid speculation the Federal Reserve will resist moving towards a tighter monetary policy.
[1 Hour Ago]

FX round-up: Dollar dips after mixed US data and Greek bailout approval

The the dollar dipped against most major currencies on Friday after US data came in mixed and Germany approved Greece's bailout extension.
[1 Hour Ago]

Week ahead: US non-farm payrolls in focus

As always at the start of each month, the key report of the week will be that covering the most recent US non-farm payrolls data, with investors looking for confirmation that January“s robust print was real, which could help cement expectations for a take-off in US interest rates towards mid-year.
[Yesterday 19:44]

Sunday newspaper round-up: Opec, HSBC, Afren bid battle

A fierce dispute is set to break out within the key organisation behind fixing world oil prices, according to the Sunday Telegraph. The Organisation of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (Opec) is torn about who will replace the current secretary general of the world's most powerful group of oil producers, Abdullah Salem el-Badri. The paper revealed that the former Opec president and energy minister of Qatar, Abdullah bin Hamad al-Attiyah, has been approached by three countrie
[Yesterday 15:52]

Sunday share tips: Carillion, Cineworld, Travis Perkins

Might Carillion be building up for another bid for rival Balfour Beatty? Ahead of Wednesday's results and after last week's six-month takeover bid came to an end, Danny Fortson in the Sunday Times said the buying opportunity looks to have gone for good and suggested that Carillion itself was also one to avoid. Since it walked away from the acquisition, Carillion's shares have risen, but there appears little to get excited about, with profits expected to have flatlined and loo
[Yesterday 14:14]

Tuition fees would drop to £6,000 under Labour

Ed Miliband has confirmed that if elected, Labour will cut tuition fees in England to £6,000 from autumn 2006.
[Fri 17:05]

Premier African Minerals hires mining funding veteran

The hiring of mining veteran Michael Foster by AIM-listed Premier African Minerals has been hailed by analysts at Shore Capital.
[Fri 16:56]

London close: Stocks inch lower as US data comes in mixed

Despite setting a new intraday record just before the close, the FTSE 100 finished just a few points lower on Friday as investors took profits after a batch of mixed economic data from the States.
[Fri 16:43]

ITV confirms takeover talks with John de Mol's £500m-plus Talpa Media

Broadcaster and programme maker ITV has confirmed it is in takeover talks with Talpa Media, the maker of reality television and dramas including 'The Voice' and 'Utopia' that has been valued at over £500m.
[Fri 16:03]

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