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May asks business leaders to back Brexit plan

UK Prime Minister Theresa May is seeking to win the support from business leaders to back her Brexit deal with the European Union as she faces a potential leadership challenge from dissenters in her own party.

16 Nov
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Nvidia shares plunged 19% after reporting weak Q3 results

Nvidia stock fell by as much as 19% in extended hours trading on Thursday and continues to plunge on Friday after the company reported results for the third quarter of its 2019 fiscal year that fell short of analysts’ expectations.

16 Nov
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Huawei aims to become number one smartphone maker by 2020

Huawei boss Richard Yu said he aims to make the company the number one smartphone player in the world by 2020 after overtaking Apple this year.

16 Nov
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UK banks lose two-thirds of branches in past 30 years - Which?

UK banks have shed two-thirds of their branch network in the past 30 years, instead ploughing millions into the Post Office to serve people’s basic banking needs, a new study from Which? has revealed.

16 Nov
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Friday broker round-up

Safestore: Numis upgrades to add with a target price of 577p.

16 Nov
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Kim Jong-Un supervises tests of new North Korean 'tactical' weapon

North Korea leader Kim Jong-Un inspected a new “tactical” weapon for the first time in nearly a year this week, reported the country’s state media on Friday.

16 Nov
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US sets sanctions on 17 Saudi officials over Khashoggi murder

The US imposed economic sanctions on 17 Saudi Arabian officials late on Thursday after the killing of journalist Jamal Khashoggi last month.

15 Nov
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Cryptocurrencies drop 12% to hit a one-year low

Cryptocurrencies were adding to their Wednesday plunge with the best-known of them, Bitcoin, down 12. 61% to $5,428.

15 Nov
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Facebook reportedly involved in smear campaign against social media critics

Facebook stood accused of threatening democracy after a report from Open Society Foundations revealed it linked critics of the social media platform to non-profits’ founder George Soros in a move to discredit them.

15 Nov
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Thursday broker round-up

Bovis Homes: Shore Capital Markets upgrades to hold with a target price of 967p.

15 Nov
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GVC avoids £700m payment for Ladbrokes takeover

GVC Holdings avoided paying almost an extra £700m for its acquisition of Ladbrokes after the government issued a new ruling on the UK fixed-odds betting machines.

15 Nov
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'Information asymmetry' drives huge price swings in cryptocurrencies

New research has found informed traders and investors’ information asymmetry could be driving huge price changes in cryptocurrencies.

14 Nov
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FOBT stake cut moved back to April after government U-turn

The government announced on Wednesday it was making a U-turn and the implementation of changes to reduce the stakes of fixed-odds betting machines will be brought forward to next April, instead of October as had been planned.

14 Nov
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Ministers urged to impose cutbacks to HS2 as costs surge

Ministers are being urged to impose cutbacks to the HS2 railway infrastructure project after a report warned that costs were well over those for comparable schemes in Europe.

14 Nov
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Wednesday broker round-up

Rotork: Credit Suisse downgrades to underperform with a target price of 300p.

14 Nov
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Advertisers making digital Christmas switch away from TV

UK advertisers have cut almost £44m from their Christmas TV campaign budgets and shifted their focus to digital media.

14 Nov
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May faces cabinet showdown over Brexit deal

Prime Minister Theresa May faces a cabinet showdown on Wednesday when she will ask ministers to sign off a Brexit deal struck with the EU, despite strident opposition to the terms from Brexiters and in Northern Ireland.