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Gold price jump boosts miners

The FTSE 100 traded flat on Tuesday afternoon, supported by miners after the gold price jumped following dollar weakness.

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Nikkei roars overnight

The yen carry-trade looks to be the key driver as the Nikkei reverses its recent run and soars higher...

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Video: Next Week in the Market 9th - 13th Dec 2013

Next week's reporting highlights include TUI Travel, Stagecoach and Wood Group

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House builders surge again

The FTSE 100 rose on Friday after five days of declines, with house builders strong after Berkeley Group said results would be at the top end of expectations.

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Peper Harrow Point to Point Saturday 11th May

Always a great event for mingling with clients and their families, networking with agents and having a bet on the horses!

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The 27th annual Women in Wales charity luncheon

Gail De’Claire from the Cardiff office of Charles Stanley recently attended the 2019 Women in Wales charity luncheon

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Luxury goods: Handbags but no gladrags

Rising affluence in Asia has seen demand for luxury goods soar in the East over the last decade, but growth is now starting to slow.

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Insurers and infrastructure: More details required

Six major UK insurers are now expected to invest £25bn in infrastructure projects as part of plans unveiled by the government. Should their shareholders be pleased or concerned?

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Shale gas: Beyond North Sea oil

Drilling for gas in shale formation has started again in the UK, but there are limited ways for UK investors to play the sector - for now.

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The City is losing faith in Tesco

The financial crisis has reshaped many sectors in the UK, but perhaps the longest lasting effect could be in the supermarket sector. This could be bad news for Tesco, which is expected to issue a gloomy trading update on Wednesday.

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Markets awaits manufacturing data

Markets are waiting for manufacturing data, scheduled to be released in Europe and the US later today.

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Video: Next Week in the Market 2nd - 6th Dec 2013

Next week's reporting highlights include Sage, Standard Chartered and Tesco

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Experian plunges on Goldman downgrade

The extended Thanksgiving holiday in the US kept investors on the sidelines, with Experian shares plunging after Goldman Sachs recommended investors sell the shares.

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House builders slump as Carney cuts funding

House builders were the biggest losers today after Bank of England governor Mark Carney cut a major mortgage lending subsidy.

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