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Share Price: 39.065
Bid: 39.06
Ask: 39.08
Change: -0.145 (-0.37%)
Spread: 0.02 (0.05%)
Open: 38.50
High: 39.22
Low: 38.05
Yest. Close: 39.21
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Britain has agreed fees, capital relief for mortgage plan-source

MANCHESTER, England, Sept 30 (Reuters) - Britain has agreed the capital relief and fee structure for its mortgage guarantee scheme which it plans to introduce in the week starting Oct. 7, a government source said on Monday. "We expect the majority (of the) lenders will ultimately participat

30 Sep 13 12:53

Broker snap: Improving macro picture should help UK banks

Bank of America Merrill Lynch (BAML) said that the top-line recovery across the European banking sector should be the most striking in the UK, helped by the ongoing improvement in the macro-economic picture. Following its 18th annual European Banking and Insurance Chief Executive Officer conference

30 Sep 13 09:41

Monday newspaper round-up: Italy, China manufacturing, Help to Buy

Enrico Letta, Italy's centre-left Prime Minister, is seeking urgently parliamentary support for a new government after centre-right leader Silvio Berlusconi pulled his ministers out of their five-month-old coalition, risking a financial market backlash. Mr Letta held crisis talks on Sunday night wit

30 Sep 13 07:25

RPT-UPDATE 1-ANZ, Singapore's UOB eye Hong Kong's Wing Hang Bank -sources

HONG KONG, Sept 28 (Reuters) - Singapore's United Overseas Bank Ltd and Australia & New Zealand Banking Group Ltd are considering a bid for Hong Kong's Wing Hang Bank Ltd, according to people familiar with the matter. Wing Hang, with a market capitalisation of $4.7 billion, announced earli

29 Sep 13 21:53

UPDATE 2-UK's Cameron touts housing plan and rights accord exit

* Cameron in new pitch for votes before 2015 election * Promises tax cuts, easier mortgages to help with living costs * Says UK may be forced to ditch European rights accord * Ridicules rival's tax and policy plans as "nuts" By Guy Faulconbridge and Andrew Osborn MAN

29 Sep 13 14:14

UPDATE 1-Britain's Cameron hints at tax cuts, radical reform of EU ties

MANCHESTER, ENGLAND, Sept 29 (Reuters) - British Prime Minister David Cameron suggested his government would roll out further tax cuts to try to woo voters ahead of a 2015 election and said Britain may end up leaving the European Convention on Human Rights. In a TV interview on Sunday befor

29 Sep 13 09:38

Britain's Cameron says recovery, tax cuts key to easing high living costs

MANCHESTER, England, Sept 29 (Reuters) - British Prime Minister David Cameron said on Sunday that the government must cut taxes, create more jobs and stick to its budget deficit reduction plans if it is to secure the economic recovery and ease the pressure on squeezed households. "The only

29 Sep 13 09:03

UPDATE 1-ANZ, Singapore's UOB eye Hong Kong's Wing Hang Bank -sources

HONG KONG, Sept 28 (Reuters) - Singapore's United Overseas Bank Ltd and Australia & New Zealand Banking Group Ltd are considering a bid for Hong Kong's Wing Hang Bank Ltd, according to people familiar with the matter. Wing Hang, with a market capitalisation of $4.7 billion, announced earli

28 Sep 13 05:43

Friday broker round-up UPDATE

Admiral Group: Berenberg ups target price from 1060p to 1080p, but still recommends selling. Amlin: Berenberg reduces target price from 422p to 398p and downgrades to sell. Atkins (WS): JP Morgan increases target price from 1298p to 1348p and maintains an overweight rating. AZ Electronic Material

27 Sep 13 08:48

London close: FTSE 100 falls to two-week low

Heavy falls from Carnival, Tesco and utility stocks weighed on the FTSE 100 on Wednesday while uncertainty over the US budget and Federal Reserve monetary policy continued to dampen sentiment. London's benchmark index finished 19.93 points lower at 6,551.53, a fall of 0.3% on the day. This was the

25 Sep 13 16:41

FTSE 100 movers: Carnival continues to fall on poor Q3 results

Cruise operator Carnival was a heavy faller for the second day in a row after the company disappointed with its third-quarter results and guidance for the full year. Morgan Stanley downgraded its rating on the stock this morning from 'equalweight' to 'underweight' and cut its full-year earnings pe

25 Sep 13 15:23

London midday: Stocks lower on Fed uncertainty

Markets were choppy on Wednesday but trading firmly in the red by midday as investors awaited economic data from the US amid the ongoing uncertainty surrounding Federal Reserve monetary policy. Recent mixed economic data and conflicting comments by Fed officials over recent days continue to muddy t

25 Sep 13 11:26

BoE: no action now on housing, to focus on hedge fund rate risks

LONDON, Sept 25 (Reuters) - Britain's housing recovery does not require any action from regulators but will need to be watched closely, the Bank of England's Financial Policy Committee said on Wednesday. The FPC, which has been tasked with spotting risks to the economy from the financial sy

25 Sep 13 08:30

London close: Stocks up but gains limited on Fed uncertainty, mixed data

Markets closed slightly higher on Tuesday afternoon after a choppy day though upside was limited as investors focused on mixed data and the uncertain future for Federal Reserve monetary policy. Last week's surprise decision by the Fed to maintain its stimulus programme is still fresh in investors'

24 Sep 13 16:31

CORRECTED-U.S. credit union regulator sues global banks over LIBOR

(Corrects timing of UBS settlement over LIBOR in paragraph 7 to "last December" from "last week") By Karen Freifeld NEW YORK, Sept 23 (Reuters) - A U.S. credit union regulator on Wednesday sued 13 banks over alleged manipulation of LIBOR, claiming credit unions lost millions of dollar

24 Sep 13 13:12

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