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Cryptocurrency FREE FALL: Bitcoin crashes 28% & Ethereum plummets 30% amid shock crackdown

Cryptocurrency FREE FALL: Bitcoin crashes 28% & Ethereum plummets 30% amid shock crackdown

Bitcoin temporarily fell below its $10,000 milestone on some tracking websites while Ethereum fell below $1,000 in a further sign of volatility both coins did recover a small amount of their value. UK Managing Director at eToro Iqbal Gandham said:...

Daily Express, 16 min. ago
 

ASK TONY: My TV broke after just seven months but Currys just passed the buck and Sony didn't want to know

I bought a Sony TV from Currys for £689 and my son fitted it to the wall. Seven months later, a white line about 8in wide appeared on the screen. I went back to Currys and was told I had to deal directly with Sony. I spent 45 minutes on the phone with...

Daily Mail, today, 00:30
 

Land Rover revives its iconic Defender with 150 reborn luxury 4x4s that will cost at least £150,000

Just when you thought it was gone forever, Land Rover’s classic Defender has bounced back from the dead with a collectors’ edition run of 150 reborn models starting at a hefty £150,000. And the reborn defender will pack a punch. Jaguar Land Rover’s...

Daily Mail, today, 00:30
 

Day of the Bitcoin sell-off as fears of a ban in South Korea and China spark double-digit losses

Bitcoin plunged into double-digit losses as fears grew of crackdowns. The digital currency and others, including Ethereum, Ripple, Bitcoin Cash and Cardano, tanked after officials in South Korea and China suggested they could try to block trading.  A...

Daily Mail, today, 00:30
 

DAILY BRIEFING: Citibank hammered by£16bn tax bill after President Trumps corporate tax reforms

TAX WOE Wall Street lender Citibank has been hammered with a £16billion tax bill because of reforms announced by President Trump.  At the end of last year, Trump slashed the corporate tax rate from 35 per cent to 21 per cent.  Firms can offset money...

Daily Mail, today, 00:30
 

CITY DIARY: Will it be a royal wedding snub for Carillion chairman Philip Green?

Will Carillion’s discredited chairman Philip Green, 64, be invited to the royal wedding?  As chairman of Prince Harry’s charity Sentebale, he’d be a shoo-in under normal circumstances.  But current events mean his invitation has more than likely gone...

Daily Mail, today, 00:30
 

Panic as Barclays dumps pensions of 250,000 workers into risky casino banking arm

Barclays has been accused of endangering 250,000 workers' nest eggs after dumping responsibility for its pension fund onto its casino banking arm. As part of an industry-wide shake-up to make finance safer, the lender is splitting its retail section...

Daily Mail, today, 00:30
 

Selfie obsession fuels gyms with more students and millennials signing up for memberships

A growing obsession with image and healthy living is driving more students and millennials to sign up for gym memberships, according to The Gym Group. The popularity of social media apps such as Instagram and Snapchat has created the so-called selfie...

Daily Mail, today, 00:30
 

Fears over GKN's £2bn black hole: Pension guardians issue rare warning over sale of engineer to asset-stripper

The guardians of the GKN pension scheme have fired a warning shot to predators circling the firm over the gaping black hole in its retirement pot. The embattled engineer, which has already rejected one £7billion takeover offer from turnaround group...

Daily Mail, today, 00:30
 

ALEX BRUMMER: Carillion bosses can expect an easy ride unlike its suppliers employees and pensioners

Greg Clark’s announcement of a ‘fast-track’ Insolvency Service probe into the collapse of Carillion and its current and former directors should be treated with contempt. Carillion chairman Philip Green can resume his search for honours, former chief...

Daily Mail, today, 00:30
 

Mr Kipling's not so exceedingly good sales figures: Battenbergs and Bakewells unpopular over Christmas

Britain's love affair with Mr Kipling cakes is waning as fewer shoppers picked up its French Fancies, mini Battenbergs and Bakewell tarts over the festive period. According to its owner Premier Foods, the 'exceedingly good' cakes were less popular in...

Daily Mail, today, 00:30
 

Qataris owe Carillion £200m for World Cup stadium deal, but British firms face going bust after...

Collapsed Carillion was owed £200million for work on the 2022 World Cup as it plunged into crisis. The construction group spent weeks fighting to get paid for work in Qatar, one of the world’s richest countries, which is hosting the football...

Daily Mail, today, 00:30
 

MARKET REPORT: FTSE 250 events group UBM back in £3bn takeover talks with rival Informa after shares surge 5%

Exhibition company UBM last night revealed it has revived plans to merge with rival Informa. The deal, which will see Informa buy all of UBM’s shares, is expected to value it at £3billion. Yesterday shares in the FTSE 250 firm hit record highs,...

Daily Mail, today, 00:30
 

How unicorns lifted Dunelm: Craze for mystical creatures was one of the biggest trends of 2017

Forget rocking horses, parents and children are going mad for rocking unicorns. Last year’s unicorn craze was one of the biggest trends of 2017 as they became one of the most popular Christmas presents at homeware retailer Dunelm. Kellogg’s also...

Daily Mail, today, 00:30
 

Forget the sausage rolls - now Greggs will cook you dinner: Baker surges as it introduces an evening food...

Greggs is turning its attention away from sausage rolls to focus on rolling out an evening food service. The bakery chain has already started trialling hot food at 100 of its stores across the UK, with a menu including potato wedges, chicken goujons...

Daily Mail, today, 00:30
 


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