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INCOME GENERATOR: This 'steady Eddie' has the wind in his sails as fund keeps delivering

If a nickname were given to Vincent McEntegart, manager of Kames Diversified Monthly Income, it would be ‘steady Eddie’. For steady McEntegart, who is in his 50s, is not your typical testosterone-fuelled manager in search of returns that will stand his f

today, 01:17 in Business
 

Weak sterling gives boost to Rocco Forte luxury hotels as turnover accelerates

Currency fluctuations boosted business at Sir Rocco Forte’s luxury hotel chain last year as the company continued to expand across Europe and Asia. Rocco Forte Hotels – founded by the hotelier and his sister Olga Polizzi in 1996 – saw turnover grow from

today, 01:17 in Business
 

Lord Lawson: 'Take legal action against the auditors if bank fails' says former Chancellor

Aggrieved shareholders in collapsed banks should take legal action against the auditors, Lord Lawson said this weekend. ‘I think it is deplorable that there has not been any litigation,’ the former Chancellor told Financial Mail. He singled out the audit

today, 01:17 in Business
 

MIDAS SHARE TIPS UPDATE: Finsbury Foods prove you can have your cake and eat it... while Dairy Crest is...

The latest series of The Great British Bake Off is well under way but millions of people still just want to buy cakes and treats rather than spend hours in the kitchen making their own. Finsbury Foods caters for those consumers. The company makes celebra

today, 01:17 in Business
 

MIDAS SHARE TIPS: As banks retreat the time is ripe for alternative lender 1pm

Banks used to be considered the go-to destination for companies looking to borrow money. Not any more. Today, fewer of the five million small businesses in this country apply to their banks for cash. Large companies are still important customers for high

today, 01:17 in Business
 

Return of dividend payment to net Tesco chief executive a fruitful £860,000

Tesco chief executive Dave Lewis is in line for an £860,000 windfall if the retail giant reintroduces its dividend payment next month. City analysts told The Mail on Sunday they expect a payment of 1p a share. This will offer reassurance to investors, wh

today, 01:17 in Business
 

Growth in UK consumer borrowing through credit cards and loans rises to 9.7%

Consumer borrowing grew at almost 10 per cent in August, official figures are expected to show on Friday. The consultancy Capital Economics has said in a note to clients: ‘We expect annual growth in consumer credit of 9.7 per cent in August, down from a

today, 01:17 in Business
 

Canadian aerospace firm Bombardier jobs at risk in trade dispute with Boeing

Boeing is refusing to withdraw its claim that Canadian-owned Bombardier broke the law by selling aircraft at below cost price. The row poses a risk to jobs in Belfast where Bombardier employs 4,500 staff. A verdict from US trade regulators is expected to

today, 01:17 in Business
 

Clampdown at mining giant as chairman's pay and perks cut in annual review

Mining giant BHP Billiton has cut its chairman’s annual pay and clamped down on perks that allowed the spouses of non- executive board members to go on business trips. The company has reduced incoming chairman Ken MacKenzie’s salary by 8 per cent from $9

today, 01:17 in Business
 

RUTH SUNDERLAND: The truth Brexit camp cannot face, intensifying pressures on public finances

The downgrading of the UK’s credit rating by Moody’s this week is a big blow for the hardline Brexiteers. With the demotion late on Friday, the last vestiges of Britain’s former ‘Triple A’ status were swept away. Britain held the coveted rank from the 19

today, 01:17 in Business
 

Chinese equity fund takes bite of the UK microchip firm Apple ditched

Microchip maker Imagine Technologies has agreed a sale to China-backed private equity firm Canyon Bridge for £550 million. Imagination employs 1,700 staff in Hertfordshire and put itself up for sale in June after its biggest customer, Apple, said it woul

today, 01:17 in Business
 

Wales wing George North warns against extending rugby's 'battering' season amid England strike threat

Wales winger George North has added his voice to the player campaign against extending the 'battering' season following threats of strike action from England stars. Plans are in place to lengthen the club campaign to 10 months from 2019 - prompting warni

today, 00:56 in Sport
 

Aston Villa 2-1 Nottingham Forest: Conor Hourihane and Albert Adomah score as Steve Bruce's side edge past...

Aston Villa made a belated move up the Sky Bet Championship table with a nervous 2-1 home win over Nottingham Forest. It was far from a conclusive victory for Villa despite taking a first-half lead through Albert Adomah. Daryl Murphy scored a deserved se

today, 00:56 in Sport
 

Arsenal midfielder Granit Xhaka posts Instagram video of him playing 'football tennis' with much-loved...

Arsenal 'Invincible' Robert Pires is a Gunners legend to the club's legion of fans across the planet - but the legendary Highbury wideman is a also hero to the current crop of players too judging by Granit Xhaka's Instagram post. Pires - who now helps Ar

today, 00:56 in Sport
 

SPAL 2-3 Napoli: Faouzi Ghoulam strikes late to maintain 100 per cent Serie A record after newly promoted...

Napoli saw off a brave challenge from promoted SPAL when a late Faouzi Ghoulam goal gave them a 3-2 win on Saturday, leaving them with maximum points from six games. It was also a club-record eleventh consecutive Serie A win for Napoli who, for the secon

today, 00:40 in Sport
 


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