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Capita hits first-half mark as private sector outsourcing grows

Fuelled by its highest ever level of bid pipeline prospects, outsourcing group Capita has secured 1.3bn of new contracts in the first half from a customer base ranging from John Lewis to the Transport for London and driven growth broadly in line with expectations.
[15 Minutes Ago]

London pre-open: After-hours trading in US to push FTSE lower

London's blue chips are expected to start the day on the back foot, knocked lower by earnings reports from both Microsoft and Apple after a positive close to yesterday's US session.
[25 Minutes Ago]

Wednesday tips round-up: ARM Holdings, Beazley

The Questor column in The Telegraph recommends investors keep hold of shares of chip design ARM Holdings, saying that despite a 20% fall in the stock year-to-date "it's not the time to jump in just yet".
[29 Minutes Ago]

BHP Billiton hails strong first half with group production up 9%

BHP Billiton, the world's largest mining company by revenues, hailed a strong first-half operating performance with annual records achieved across 12 operations and four commodity classes.
[30 Minutes Ago]

Support and resistance levels for the main currency pairs

CURRENCY PAIR: SUPPORT/RESISTANCE
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Support and resistance levels for the main equity benchmarks

SECURITY: SUPPORT/RESISTANCE
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Balfour Beatty awarded motorway upgrade deal

Balfour Beatty has landed a 129m deal to upgrade a 13-mile stretch of the M3 through Hampshire and Surrey.
[48 Minutes Ago]

Wednesday newspaper round-up: Apple, RBS, Tesco...

Sales of the iPad have slumped to half their pre-Christmas high, with signs that demand for Apple's tablet computer may be in permanent decline. Despite a forecast-busting $7.7bn (4.5bn) profit, the computing firm's shares dipped in after-hours trading as sales of its tablet fell to 13.3m from their all-time high of 26m in the quarter to December. - The Guardian
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RBS executives make 'belated U-turn' on evidence, says Tyrie

Senior executives at Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) have been accused by MP Andrew Tyrie of making a "belated U-turn" on evidence given to the Treasury on allegations about the way the bank treats its small businesses.
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Russia to be hit with further EU sanctions

The European Union (EU) will impose further sanctions against Russia after allegedly supplying separatists with missiles that downed a Malaysian Airlines plane in the Ukraine, the Dutch foreign minister said on Tuesday.
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