FULL LIST OF STORIES
17 Nov
Brexit secretary Davis blames France and Germany for stalemate
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UK Brexit secretary David Davis has come out fighting against France and Germany over their attitude to exit negotiations, and blamed the European powers for the stalemate in the talks.

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17 Nov
Friday broker round-up
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JustEat: Deutsche Bank downgrades to Hold with a target price of 830p.

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17 Nov
Everything you need to know about investing in Bitcoin
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Bitcoin is the new digital currency everyone is talking about. Little assets have garnered the same amount of allure and mystery that the cryptocurrency has over the last few years, with millions of investors backing it to record highs this year. One of the most volatile and exciting assets on the market, one Bitcoin has risen from just under $1000 at the beginning of 2017 to more than $7000 towards the end of the year. Here’s everything you need to know about the enigma that is Bitcoin.

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17 Nov
Boris Johnson and Irish counterpart at odds over Brexit border issue
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Foreign secretary Boris Johnson and Irish equivalent Simon Coveney publicly disagreed on several issues related to the Irish border during a press conference ahead of their meeting to discuss Brexit on Friday.

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17 Nov
21st Century Fox subject of Comcast acquisition bid - report
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Competition for the acquisition of 21st Century Fox is heating up after reports on Thursday suggested media giant Comcast has approached Rupert Murdoch’s company about a merger.

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17 Nov
Tesla unveils new electric truck alongside surprise sports car debut
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Innovative US carmaker Tesla Motors has unveiled its first ever electric truck, as it attempts to offer an alternative to gas-guzzling diesel lorries.

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16 Nov
FTSE 250 movers: Close Brothers leads the way as Spire spirals downwards
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The FTSE 250 index was up 0. 78% in late trading on Thursday after the selling endured over the course of the previous two weeks, with merchant banking group Close Brothers leading the charge.

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16 Nov
BT to invest £20m in Northern Ireland broadband rollout
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Telecom giant BT Group is set to invest £20m in a major expansion of its broadband services in Northern Ireland.

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16 Nov
Bitcoin getting 'more attention than it deserves' - Morgan Stanley CEO
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Investors who think Bitcoin is a stable investment are “deluding themselves”, Morgan Stanley CEO James Gorman has said.

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16 Nov
Thursday broker round-up
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TalkTalk: RBC downgrades to Sector Perform with a target price of 190p.

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16 Nov
Mugabe remains under house arrest as Zimbabwe waits on army
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Zimbabwean president Robert Mugabe remains under house arrest in the capital of Harare as citizens of the country wait on the next move of the army.

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15 Nov
FTSE 250 movers: TalkTalk can't walk the walk as Dairy Crest rides the wave
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The FTSE 250 index was down 0. 79% in afternoon trading on Wednesday as global markets saw a sea of red at the mid-point of the week.

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15 Nov
Minimum alcohol pricing ruled legal by UK supreme court
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The UK supreme court has ruled that the introduction of a minimum price for alcoholic drinks is legal, despite an appeal by a Scottish whisky group.

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15 Nov
Wednesday broker round-up
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Card Factory: Investec upgrades to Buy with a target price of 320p.

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15 Nov
HSBC to cough up €300m to settle French tax evasion case
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HSBC has been forced into settling legal action with French prosecutors to the tune of €300m over alleged tax evasion from its clients in the country.

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15 Nov
Army seizes power in Zimbabwe but denies Mugabe coup
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Zimbabwe is now under the control of the country’s military after the army seized power on Wednesday, but said they guaranteed the security of President Robert Mugabe.

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