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10 Dec
Asia: Equities on the back foot despite positive data in China and Japan
china, shanghai, chinese

Asian stocks declined for a second consecutive day on Wednesday, despite better-than-expected economic data from Japan and China.

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09 Dec
Europe close: Stocks end choppy session lower after German data disappoints
European Central Bank, euro, ECB, eurozone, single currency

European equities eked mustered a late rally but ended a choppy session in the red, as investors mulled over disappointing German data and more signs that China’s economy is flagging.

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09 Dec
EU referendum could hurt Britain's property market, says Savills
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The uncertainty surrounding Britain’s membership of the European Union could be a threat to the British property market next year, according to a property group.

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09 Dec
US wholesale inventories decline unexpectedly in October
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Wholesale inventories in the US suffered an unexpected decline in October, figures released on Wednesday showed.

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09 Dec
US open: Stocks advance as oil prices eke out small gains
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US equities edged higher early on Wednesday, with Wall Street seemingly on course to snap a two-day losing streak.

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09 Dec
US MBA mortgage applications advance in first week of December
House for sale

Applications for US home mortgages rose last week, data released on Wednesday showed.

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09 Dec
US pre-open: Futures edge higher as oil prices stage solid rebound
Wall Street, New York Stock Exchange, markets, traders, US, America

US stock futures edged higher on Wednesday, with Wall Street seemingly on course to snap a two-day losing streak.

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09 Dec
GRIF annual pre-tax profit surges
edgar test 10

Real estate investment trust Ground Rents Income Fund (GRIF) said its asset value and pre-tax profit rose in the year to the end of September.

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09 Dec
Taylor Wimpey appoints Dixon's finance director to non-executive board
finance,data,financial

Humphrey Singer has been appointed as independent non-executive director at Taylor Wimpey, the residential housebuilder said on Wednesday.

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09 Dec
Flowgroup's subsidiary signs Shell deal
Royal Dutch Shell, oil & gas, petrol

Alternative energy technologies supplier Flowgroup said one its subsidiary has signed a five-year deal with Shell Energy Europe.

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09 Dec
German trade balance narrows in October
aleman, germany, alemania

Germany’s trade balance narrowed in October, as exports and imports declined, figures released on Wednesday showed.

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09 Dec
Circassia appoints new non-exec director
drugs, pharmaceuticals, medical, health

Marvin Samson has been appointed as non-executive director of Circassia Pharmaceuticals, the FTSE 250 group said on Tuesday.

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09 Dec
Euromoney appoints new managing director
edgar test 10

Christopher Fordham has been appointed as managing director of corporate development at Euromoney Institutional Investors, the business-to-business media company said.

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08 Dec
Europe close: Stocks slump as concerns over China slowdown return
European Central Bank, euro, ECB, eurozone, single currency

European equity markets declined on Tuesday as disappointing trade figures from China offset a more buoyant reading on Eurozone growth.

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08 Dec
Restore completes Wincanton deal
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Support services group Restore has completed the acquisition of Wincanton and Wincanton Records Management for a combined £60m.

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08 Dec
US job openings decline in October
City workers

US job openings fell short of expectations in October, data released on Tuesday showed.

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08 Dec
US open: Stocks plunge on China worries as oil prices continue to tumble
New York Stock Exchange, NYSE, markets, Wall Street, US, America. Photo: George Rex

US equities turned south early on Tuesday, after a fresh batch of weak Chinese data renewed fears over a possible global slowdown.

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08 Dec
NFIB index suffers unexpected decline in November
usa, us, eeuu, america

Confidence among small US businesses tumbled last month amid growing concerns over sales and profits, figures released on Tuesday showed.

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08 Dec
US pre-open: Futures sharply lower after disappointing Chinese data
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US stock futures turned south on Tuesday, after a fresh batch of weak Chinese data renewed fears over a possible global slowdown.

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08 Dec
Eurozone GDP in line with expectations in the third quarter
European Central Bank, euro, ECB, eurozone, single currency

The Eurozone economy expanded in line with expectations in the third quarter, bolstered by private consumption and government spending, figures released on Tuesday showed.

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