Tuesday, 02 September 2014

The Warehouse Group Ordinary Shares

Recent News
  • Report says capital economic circle runs risk of oversupply

    12:33 | 2/9/14
    ecns
    China's plan to integrate Beijing, Tianjin and Hebei province into the so-called capital economic circle may cause a serious oversupply risk in the real estate sector if a well-coordinated development strategy is not in place, real estate services firm ... more»
  • Transmile - the fall of a national cargo carrier

    09:33 | 2/9/14
    The Sun Daily
    PETALING JAYA: It is ironic that on the same day that Khazanah Nasional Bhd announced its latest recovery plan for troubled national carrier Malaysian Airline System Bhd (MAS) that, once a designated national cargo carrier, Transmile Group Bhd held its ... more»
  • Dixons Carphone Confirms Long Term Deal With Vodafone

    21:33 | 1/9/14
    London South East
    Earlier Monday Phones 4U Ltd said that Vodafone has opted not to renew their UK network agreement; the agreement will now be terminated in February 2015. more»
  • Phones 4u Bonds Plunge After Vodafone Ends Network Agreement

    21:13 | 1/9/14
    Bloomberg
    Dixons Carphone Plc, the company formed by last month's merger of Carphone Warehouse Group Plc and Dixons Retail Plc, is benefiting from Vodafone's decision. more»
  • Liverpool Street site changes hands

    19:07 | 1/9/14
    Insider Media
    Savills represented the vendor in the sale of the building, which was bought by Cardboard 4 Cash. The site comprises 1.73 acres of open storage land, plus 3,100 sq ft of warehouse space and 1,471 sq ft of office space. Charles Spicer, associate ... more»
  • Why Nigerian Late-Movers, Too, Can Win the Future

    12:11 | 1/9/14
    BusinessDay
    ... was augmented with six Nigerian companies, including the mobile payment Interswitch Ltd, holding company UAC of Nigeria PLC, Computer Warehouse Group, agricultural Notore Chemical Industries, Seplat Petroleum Development, and Nagode Group. more»
  • US judge throws out aluminum price-fixing suit against banks

    12:11 | 30/8/14
    Reuters
    In the highest profile legal action to rock the base metals market in almost two decades, more than two dozen small aluminum fabricators alleged the defendants had colluded since May 2009 by hoarding metal in warehouses, driving up prices of industrial ... more»
  • UPDATE 2-US judge throws out aluminum price-fixing suit against banks

    12:11 | 30/8/14
    Reuters
    In the highest profile legal action to rock the base metals market in almost two decades, more than two dozen small aluminum fabricators alleged the defendants had colluded since May 2009 by hoarding metal in warehouses, driving up prices of industrial ... more»
  • UPDATE 3-US judge throws out aluminum price-fixing suit against banks

    12:11 | 30/8/14
    Reuters
    In the highest profile legal action to rock the base metals market in almost two decades, more than two dozen small aluminum fabricators alleged the defendants had colluded since May 2009 by hoarding metal in warehouses, driving up prices of industrial ... more»
  • US judge dismisses aluminum price-fixing litigation

    09:57 | 30/8/14
    Reuters
    The plaintiffs had accused Goldman Sachs Group Inc, JPMorgan Chase & Co, the large mining company Glencore Plc, and various commodity trading, metals mining and metals warehousing companies of having colluded since May 2009 to manipulate prices by ... more»
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