The Daily Telegraph
7 March 2014 07:04
Waitrose to fight competition from Aldi and Lidl with more hospitality.
Crowdfunding websites to get 10% investment cap.
Safeway bought by private equity for $9.4bn.
Spire healthcare to be sold by CINVEN
BP warns US fines for spill may top £18bn.
7 March 2014 06:55
LEX, Staples to close up to 225 stores in US. Vivendi headache in weighing up bids for SFR. Korean banks maybe worth a look as global economy seems to carry on growing. Aviva now has challenge of growing business.
Tata motors looking to China tie up.
QPR figures hit by relegation.
7 March 2014 06:43
Aggreko seen as top of range.
Unite Group high but still look like one to stay with.
Traders buying the euro saw it trade highest against the dollar this year after comments of no further need of economic stimulus from Euro Central Bank.
Corporate earnings in Britain beating targets. Bull market keeps running.
BNP trader suspended. Further blow to London as worlds leading centre for forex trading
7 March 2014 06:30
Geoff Foster writes of RIO looking at bidding for remaining 49.2% stake in Turquoise Hill Resources in Canada.
Essar rumours of improved bid as high as 86p.
AFC Energy up slightly after Zeus Capital recommendation.
Worries of repeat dotcom bubble bursting.
7 March 2014 06:21
Essar Energy, hopes of improved bid.
Aviva transformation under CE Mark Wilson have seen shares double in 2 years. RSA at start of same process.
B of E to keep rates at record lows for at least 12 months.
Ex Rio boss to become CE of Vedanta.
Courtesy of Vox Markets