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Euro hits new low as ECB QE announcement looms

Euro hits new low as ECB QE announcement looms

Good news for holidaymakers heading to the continent this summer - the Euro hit an 11 yr low this morning ahead of details of the ECBs quantitative easing plans.

 

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Standard Chartered profits plummet 30%

Standard Chartered profits plummet 30%

04 March 2015

Outgoing boss Peter Sands laments a perfect 'storm' of low commodity prices, QE and fines, but shares still go up.

 
 
Barclays profits fall 21% (but it's alright)

Barclays profits fall 21% (but it's alright)

03 March 2015

The bank's otherwise healthy bottom line is scourged by seven plagues of exceptional items, including a £750m hike in Forex payouts.

 
 
10 things we learned this week

10 things we learned this week

27 February 2015

Lego's billions, Apple's trillions and The London Clinic's hefty wage bill.

 
 
How to convince investors to part with their cash

How to convince investors to part with their cash

27 February 2015

Know your market, put a good pitch together and treat your potential investor like a human being.

 
 
Would you pitch for funding, standing in a frozen lake?

Would you pitch for funding, standing in a frozen lake?

25 February 2015

That's what the crazy Finnish wannabe entrepreneurs who attend the annual Polar Bear Pitchfest in Oulu have to do to prove they are hungry enough - endure trial by (cold) water.

 
 
FTSE 100 parties like it's 1999

FTSE 100 parties like it's 1999

25 February 2015

The FTSE 100 index has finally surpassed the peak of the dot com boom, but what does that actually mean?

 
 
It's all gone wronga for Wonga

It's all gone wronga for Wonga

24 February 2015

The payday lender is slashing half of its UK-focused staff.

 
 
City Link's collapse shouldn't have been a surprise

City Link's collapse shouldn't have been a surprise

20 February 2015

Suppliers to the failed delivery firm can't be blamed for not checking its books - financial reports have become bloated and unreadable, thanks to the FRC.

 
 
The man who united Britain's biggest alternative financiers

The man who united Britain's biggest alternative financiers

20 February 2015

Adam Tavener has scars from his time as a deck hand and once caused an IRA bomb scare with a bag of dirty laundry.

 
 
How to prepare to sell your business

How to prepare to sell your business

13 February 2015

Don't give a buyer any excuse to knock down the value of your life's work.

 
 

The MT interview: Terry Smith

"I'm often described as outspoken. I don't view this as a criticism."

Terry Smith, CEO of Tullet Prebon, pulls no punches in this month's big interview

 
 

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