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telegraph.co.uk — "As I've told my three daughters, all of whom I've at one time encouraged to go into macro trading, any man or woman can do anything to which they set their heart and mind," the statement said. "And there is no more important time for skill acquisition than the first ten formative years of a young person's career.
telegraph.co.uk — On Thursday, the FTSE share index fell 2%. Other bourses, especially Tokyo, have seen bigger losses. As Questor editor, Garry White, explains, macro amd micro-economic factors ar behind the falls. However, with the FTSE touching highs last seen at the turn of the century, is now the time to sell, or will the lack of other places to invest keep share prices high?
blogs.telegraph.co.uk — Readers who write are one of the greatest strengths of The Daily Telegraph. You keep journalists in touch with what is happening in the real world, beyond the PR hype and handouts. So I must begin my final blog in this space by thanking those of you who tipped me off about so many City scandals over [...]
telegraph.co.uk — Electrocomponents 265½-10p Questor says HOLD Electrocomponents shares moved lower after yesterday's results, but this followed 13 trading days of solid gains. The company is a distributor of a wide range of electrical components and equipment to more than 1.5m customers worldwide.
telegraph.co.uk — Regulator Ofwat is currently consulting on prices on allowed returns and investments by water and sewerage companies for the years 2015 to 2020. The final determination will be published late next year. The recent bid approach implies that the consortium is relatively unconcerned above this approaching review.
telegraph.co.uk — Glencore Xstrata has denied any wrongdoing after UN report claimed certain transactions could have been a way of for Tehran to avoid international sanctions on its nuclear programme. Earlier this year it was revealed that Glencore and rival Trifagura had supplied tonnes of raw material to an Iranian company that then supplied the a company involved in its nuclear programme.
telegraph.co.uk — The company was not involved in customer relationship management until two acquisitions three years ago. Since then, it has doubled the size of these businesses by organic growth. This is a good sector in which to operate. It will allow Capita to bid for contracts from businesses with substantial customer bases, such as telecoms, utilities and retailers.
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