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Ford 'adds Volvo to its for-sale list'
15 Jul 2007 source: thisismoney.co.uk

This is Money15 July 2007, 1:33pm Car giant Ford is reportedly putting its Swedish car group Volvo up for sale as part of a move to offload the remaining brands in its loss-making European portfolio. VOLVO: Reportedly on sale OTHER STORIES Shares hit new heights despite debt Sunday newspaper share tips Gartmore plans £1.5bn flotation Warner to give chase for EMI Cull of top bosses at Unilever FTSE LATEST 6716.7019.00 document.write(""); document.wr ...


Big windfalls as Man floats £2.5bn broker
15 Jul 2007 source: thisismoney.co.uk

Andrew Leach, Financial Mail15 July 2007, 1:06pm Chat | Data Hedge fund giant Man Group will this week float MF Global on the New York Stock Exchange, valuing its US brokerage business at up to £2.5bn. OTHER STORIES Shares hit new heights despite debt Sunday newspaper share tips Gartmore plans £1.5bn flotation Warner to give chase for EMI Cull of top bosses at Unileve ...


Cull of top bosses at Unilever
15 Jul 2007 source: thisismoney.co.uk

Financial Mail15 July 2007, 12:28pm Half of Unilever's senior management will be axed under a major efficiency shake-up at the Dove soap-to-Wall's ice cream conglomerate. SPREAD TOO THIN? Unilever is merging several divisions and cutting back its £100,000 a year managers OTHER STORIES Shares hit new heights despite debt Sunday newspaper share tips Gartmore plans £1.5bn flotation Warner to give chase for EMI Branson considers Virgin Atlantic float  ...


Gartmore plans £.5bn flotation
15 Jul 2007 source: thisismoney.co.uk

15 July 2007, 10:40am Chat | Data Gartmore, one of the best-known names in money management, looks to be heading for an audacious £1.5bn flotation less than 18 months after being taken over by US private equity house Hellman & Friedman. WANT TO KNOW MORE? Share prices: Companies coming to market OTHER STORIES Shares hit new heights despite debt Sunday newspaper share t ...


Rio Tinto banks on Asian giants to justify huge Alcan bid
15 Jul 2007 source: iii.co.uk

SYDNEY (Thomson Financial) - Mining giant Rio Tinto Sunday defended the price it has offered for Canada's Alcan, saying the robust economic growth of China and India would see the business prosper. The 38.1 billion US dollar bid for the aluminium producer, the mining industry's biggest-ever acquisition, would secure "a first-class, tier-one asset," said chief executive Tom Albanese. &q ...


Shares hit new heights despite debt
14 Jul 2007 source: thisismoney.co.uk

Brian O'Connor, Daily Mail14 July 2007, 11:24am Vote | Quiz | Data Stock markets are casting off fears of a credit meltdown to reach record peaks - and disregarding bad news in an outburst of deal-driven euphoria. WANT TO KNOW MORE? Can the FTSE run continue? QUIZ: Stock markets POLL: The FTSE hit 6400 by April 2007. Will it beat its record 6930 by year-end? OTHER STORIES Market  ...


London shares remain positive at noon, having touched highest since 2___ ...
13 Jul 2007 source: iii.co.uk

LONDON (Thomson Financial) - UK blue chips remained higher at midday, despite the feeling that Wall Street's opening will see the Dow Jones give back some of the gains that took it to a record high, especially if retail sales data disappoints. At 12.05 pm, the FTSE 100 index was 20 points ahead at 6,717.7. The index was in positive territory all morning, and at one point hit 6,754.1, its highest  ...


Lisbon shares higher midday as Impresa, banks outperform, J.Martins weighs ...
13 Jul 2007 source: iii.co.uk

LISBON (Thomson Financial) - Shares were higher in light midday trade, with gains in Impresa, BCP and other banks performing strongly, while news of a stock placement in J.Martins drove the stock down. At 12.42 pm, the PSI 20 index was up 29.76 points at 13,536.41. Stocks opened higher after record gains on Wall Street but dropped sharply in the first hour of trade, remaining volatile before nea ...


WALL STREET OUTLOOK Flat after record gains yesterday and ahead of data UPDATE ...
13 Jul 2007 source: iii.co.uk

(Adds Bank of America, CBOT/CME and US business inventories) LONDON (Thomson Financial) - Wall Street is set for a flat opening, after climbing to all time highs yesterday, with investors taking a breather in early trade as they await economic data later in the day. According to spread bettors IG Index, the Dow Jones Industrial Average is expected to open around 1 point lower at 13,860. Last ni ...


Moscow shares hit record high as oil, steel and metals shine
13 Jul 2007 source: iii.co.uk

MOSCOW (Thomson Financial) - Moscow shares hit an all-time high for the second consecutive session as investors bought into the oil, steel and metals sectors. At 3.48 pm, the RTS index was up 16.33 points, or 0.80 pct, at 2.065.51, just below the record of 2065.70 set a few minutes earlier. Brent Crude contracts for August delivery hit an intraday London high of 77.45 usd per barrel, helping pus ...


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