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UK’s Carillion asks creditors for more time

British building and services company Carillion is reportedly asking creditors to consider a debt extension or roll-over in financing talks. As Ciara Lee reports, the firm involved in key UK infrastructure projects made losses...

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MiFID II: the winners and losers

MiFID II hits the markets – a regulatory wave of reforms for stock, bond, commodity and derivatives trading that will, as Ivor Bennett reports, see some market participants win – while others lose. MiFID...

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Schmidt logs off as Alphabet chairman

Alphabet Executive Chairman Eric Schmidt will step down in January, ending a 17-year-run in which he played a central role in building a promising startup called Google into a global technology powerhouse. As Laura...

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UK: BoE on hold as consumers get gloomier

Last week’s breakthrough in Brexit talks may boost economic confidence, the Bank of England said on Thursday after it left interest rates unchanged. But as David Pollard reports, a bumper set of retail sales...