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Share Price: 431.50
Bid: 431.40
Ask: 431.50
Change: -1.40 (-0.32%)
Spread: 0.10 (0.02%)
Open: 430.25
High: 431.50
Low: 429.10
Yest. Close: 432.90
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London midday: US coast guard verdicts lifts BP

Investors are in an optimistic frame of mind ahead of the Federal Reserve's Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC) meeting tomorrow. The 'glass half full' crowd are expecting the FOMC to announce further measures to revitalise the global economy. Barely a dozen Footsie constituents are in the red, an

20 Sep 10 12:09

French banks fined for cheque fee cartel

France's banking watchdog has rapped numerous banks across the knuckles, including UK-based HBSC, for charging too much for handling cheques. The Autorite de la Concurrence has handed out fines totalling €384.9m (£321m) to 11 French banks for charging an unwarranted 4.3 cents on check image transfe

20 Sep 10 11:51

London open: Bright start for blue chips

UK blue chips have made good ground in early dealings with oil and mining groups in demand. BP is the top performer after the US coast guard signalled that the oil spill into the Gulf of Mexico has been permanently sealed. US authorities described the leak from the Macondo well in the Gulf of Mexic

20 Sep 10 08:37

London pre-open: Positive start indicated

UK blue chips are expected to post modest gains early doors as Wall Street ended higher Friday. Futures prices indicate an initial gain of about 16 points for the FTSE 100, hoping to snap a three-day losing streak. BAE Systems has strengthened its position in the US counter-terrorism market with t

20 Sep 10 07:26

HSBC sells Asia banknotes business

Global banking titan HSBC is to sell its wholesale banknotes business in Asia to United Overseas Bank (UOB). UOB is paying $15m in cash for the assets, with the transfer expected to take place in the final quarter of 2010. As part of the agreement, HSBC will also licence to UOB the technology syst

20 Sep 10 07:05

Sunday newspaper round-up: ENRC, Bank Commission, Vodafone...

Sir Richard Sykes, former chairman of Glaxo Smith Kline, the drugs giant, faces the risk of being "blackballed" from the City in a growing row over a disputed African mining deal. Some of the Square Mile's biggest investors are furious with Sykes over his role as senior independent director of Eura

19 Sep 10 11:13

Monday newspaper round-up: Basel III, BAE Systems, Connaught...

Financial regulators have reached a deal to force global banks to double the spare cash they hold in the biggest shake-up since the economic crisis nearly brought down the system, the Telegraph reports. The new rules, to be phased in between 2015 and 2018, demand that banks hold 4.5% of common equi

13 Sep 10 06:34

Cable renews call for banks to split

A rift could be growing within the coalition government over the future of the UK's banks after business secretary Vince Cable again called for a split of their retail and investment businesses. Commenting after the appointment of Barclays' investment bank head Bob Diamond as the bank's new chief e

8 Sep 10 12:45

Wednesday newspaper round-up: Barclays, HSBC, BP...

The appointment of Bob Diamond as chief executive of one of Britain's biggest banks has split the coalition along party lines, it emerged last night. Downing Street and the Treasury ? both of which were told of the appointment before it was announced ? insisted that they were relaxed about the prom

8 Sep 10 06:34

London close: Winning streak ends

London's leading share index gave up a winning streak that lasted all last week and continued yesterday. The day started sluggishly and continued in that vein after a lower start on Wall Street. Takeover talk provided much of the excitement, with bid speculation about engineering group Invensys an

7 Sep 10 16:48

London afternoon: Bid rumours relieve the gloom

It's a case of 'another day, another bid rumour' for London, with bid speculation about engineering group Invensys and oil explorer Tullow Oil providing a bit of cheer to a subdued market. The rumour-mongers are suggesting that the UK engineering conglomerate could be the subject of a 350p per sh

7 Sep 10 14:02

HSBC chairman steps down to join government

HSBC chairman Stephen Green is stepping down after being appointed as Trade Minister. He will step down as chairman of the bank before the end of the year, in time to take up his government role in January. HSBC said it has already started looking for a successor and was still on course to have one

7 Sep 10 13:39

HSBC's Green tipped for trade post

Stephen Green, the chairman of HSBC, is being widely tipped to become the coalition government's new trade minister. Reports this morning suggested his appointment could be confirmed within 48 hours and possibly this afternoon. The government has been keen to recruit a high profile trade supremo t

7 Sep 10 09:39

Banks commission small business credit research

The biggest British banks have commissioned a report that will profile the creditworthiness of their small business customers. The banks hope the report will head off criticism of their lack of lending. The banks argue that they are only turning away the risky proposals but small business organisa

6 Sep 10 17:01

London open: More gains for Footsie

Blue chips made progress early on for a sixth consecutive day, though all eyes will be on the US non-farm payrolls number at 1.30pm. US and Asian stocks made posted modest gains overnight. Autonomy is higher for a second day. Gossip doing the rounds yesterday was acquisition-hungry US software gian

3 Sep 10 09:02

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