News archive from 13 June 2012, page 188

Sponsored by Transaction slump hits Quayle Munro forecasts

Sponsored by Transaction slump hits Quayle Munro forecasts

SHARES in Scottish merchant bank Quayle Munro slumped dramatically after warning it will fall into the red this year due to a slowdown in corporate transactions. In an interim management statement, the Edinburgh and London-based advisory firm said...

Scotsman, 21:52 in Business
 
Sponsored by Blacks still casts shadow despite upbeat JD Sports news

Sponsored by Blacks still casts shadow despite upbeat JD Sports news

Sports and fashion retailer JD Sports today reported an improvement in sales growth but warned the Blacks Leisure business it rescued from administration will cost it up to £15 million in this financial year. The group, which bought the outdoor gear...

Scotsman, 21:52 in Business
 
Sponsored by Diamond Jubilee adds sparkle to supermarket food and drink sales

Sponsored by Diamond Jubilee adds sparkle to supermarket food and drink sales

BRITISH supermarkets received a 12.5 per cent sales boost from the Diamond Jubilee as customers stocked up on food and drink in the week before the celebrations. The industry-wide figures released yesterday by market insight firm Nielsen came as...

Scotsman, 21:52 in Business
 
Trial date set for former NotW editor Rebekah Brooks and husband

Trial date set for former NotW editor Rebekah Brooks and husband

FORMER News International chief executive Rebekah Brooks and her racehorse trainer husband Charlie yesterday made their first appearance in court on charges relating to the phone hacking scandal. Mrs Brooks, 44, of Churchill, Oxfordshire, and her...

Scotsman, 21:56 in Hot News
 
Undercover officer alleged to have planted fire bomb in Debenhams store

Undercover officer alleged to have planted fire bomb in Debenhams store

AN UNDERCOVER police officer left a fire bomb in a department store as part of his efforts to infiltrate a group of animal rights campaigners, an MP has claimed. • Firebomb was left in Harrow branch of Debenhams to protest sale of fur products • 1987...

Scotsman, 21:56 in Hot News
 

Hugs as Nolan leaves This Morning

Coleen Nolan has bowed out of TV's This Morning with flowers and hugs from her co-stars on the show. The presenter - formerly a member of chart group The Nolans, along with her sisters - said a farewell to the show after two years. She had hosted from...

 
Spain rating slashed 3 notches by Moody's

Spain rating slashed 3 notches by Moody's

(Editing by William Schomberg)

Reuters, 21:59 in Business
 
Credit Agricole mulls letting Emporiki fail - WSJ

Credit Agricole mulls letting Emporiki fail - WSJ

Earlier on Wednesday the bank said it planned to name Xavier Musca, until recently the top financial adviser to former French President Nicolas Sarkozy, as executive vice president in charge of international retail banking including Emporiki. That...

Reuters, 21:59 in Business
 


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