Monday, 27 April 2015

London Stock Exchange

  • The Last Man On Earth: “The Tandyman Can”

    14:15 | 27/4/15
    A.V. Club Milwaukee
    Lacking any kind of human interaction for two years is bound to stir up loneliness, intimacy cravings, and serious sexual urges, so it makes sense that Tandy should have some pent-up energy. Then there's the fact that he was once free to do whatever ... more»
LSE Top 10 by Value Traded
HSBAHsbc Hdg629.7041,419,46517.502.86%
RIORio Tinto (reg)3,0047,887,350461.54%
RDSBroyal dutch shell `b`shs2,09213,067,348190.88%
AALAnglo American1,08211,244,696201.88%
BPBp - British Petroleum Plc478.4036,573,9525.751.19%
BABae Systems Plc515.0016,325,39511.502.28%
BARCBarclays Bank261.7551,429,6073.301.28%
Latest News
  • Ex-general to be sued over NI death

    13:52 | 27/4/15
    Leigh Journal
    A former senior Army officer is to be sued over the death of a Catholic father of five in Northern Ireland more than 40 years ago. more»
  • Coach Johnston trying to figure out why Penguins 'fell off a cliff'

    13:41 | 27/4/15
    Regardless, Penguins president and CEO David Morehouse reaffirmed the organization's belief in Johnston on Saturday. As for the cliff Johnston mentioned, the falling-off point was March 14, the Bruins game where Sidney Crosby was a late scratch and ... more»
  • Legatissimo strikes for Lordan and Wachman in Gowran heat

    13:30 | 27/4/15
    Irish Independent
    End of an era as McCoy departs a true champion. Richard Forristal Prior to the BBC's 2010 Sports Personality of the Year, a few analysts wondered a little sceptically how AP McCoy winning the award would do anything positive for racing plc. more»
  • End of an era as McCoy departs a true champion

    13:30 | 27/4/15
    Irish Independent
    ... in 2010 following his memorable Grand National triumph aboard Don't Push It. Prior to the BBC's 2010 Sports Personality of the Year, a few analysts wondered a little sceptically how AP McCoy winning the award would do anything positive for racing plc. more»
  • PRESS DIGEST- British Business - April 27

    12:56 | 27/4/15
    The following are the top stories on the business pages of British newspapers. Reuters has not verified these stories and does not vouch for their accuracy. more»
  • White House correspondents' dinner: Now with even more empty calories!

    11:36 | 27/4/15
    Washington Post
    But the president's speech has made it a big draw, attracting an odd melange of guests from beyond Washington, who in turn have made it an ever-more-coveted ticket. more»
  • Kentucky governor, other state officers disclose 2014 financial information

    11:26 | 27/4/15
    Lexington Herald Leader
    The Beshears reported retirement income from the Social Security Administration, a Schwab One investment account in Lexington, two Hilliard Lyons investment accounts in Hopkinsville, from Hourglass Farm in Lexington, and interest and dividend income ... more»
  • Dividends Due

    11:26 | 27/4/15
    Herald Scotland
    1.15p, Journey Group PLC 1.65p, Maintel Holdings PLC 11.60p, Mercantile Investment Trust PLC (New Co.) 17p, Next PLC (New Co. more»
  • Nepal earthquake claims life of former Malcolm X student

    11:15 | 27/4/15
    Chicago Sun-Times
    “Our hearts go out to the family of Eve Girawong,” Garrett Madison, the company's president, said in an audio dispatch from Mount Everest also posted online. more»
  • Miliband tax break for new buyers

    11:15 | 27/4/15
    Belfast Telegraph
    Mr Miliband will unveil plans to exempt anyo ne paying up to £300,000 for their first home from stamp duty for three years - a £225 million-a-year pledge the party said would be paid for by squeezing tax-avoiding landlords and wealthy property ... more»
  • Good Morning Britain - Susanna Reid and co on air for a year

    11:14 | 27/4/15
    News Shopper
    From the weird and wonderful to Susanna Reid's sultry gaze at the prime minister, you may never know what to expect from the breakfast show, but you can guarantee it will be memorable. more»
  • U.S. To Lead A Fractured Arctic Council For The Next Two Years

    11:03 | 27/4/15
    The prospect of drilling for oil and gas is also spurring greater interest in the Arctic. Russia is already producing from the first offshore oil field in the Arctic. Gazprom Neft, a state-owned oil firm, plans to double production at Russia's lone ... more»
  • Air-Safety Experts Weigh Rules for Battery Cargo on Jets

    11:03 | 27/4/15
    Wall Street Journal
    International air-safety experts this week will consider proposals to restrict lithium batteries carried as cargo by commercial jets, a sign that momentum is building for a ban on some of the most common types of shipments. more»
  • Acucela Provides Important Company Updates

    11:03 | 27/4/15
    Business Wire
    SEATTLE--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Acucela Inc. (TOKYO:4589), a clinical-stage biotechnology company that specializes in discovering and developing novel drug candidates to potentially treat and slow the progression of sight-threatening ophthalmic diseases ... more»
  • UK Tells BP it Would Oppose Foreign Takeover of the Company

    10:30 | 27/4/15
    Wall Street Journal
    It would also seek to prevent a takeover from Anglo-Dutch giant Royal Dutch Shell PLC, a potentially more palatable alternative for London because of that company's British heritage. BP declined to comment. The dialogue between No. 10 Downing Street ... more»
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