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Earning Begins at Home: Best Places to Rent Out Property in the UK Revealed

The new tool by GoCompare allows you to compare two different cities showing you the best option. Manchester rated as the best place to rent out a house with an

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Hoping tonight’s footy is better than today’s FTSE

The FTSE has made a poor start to the week as China’s talk of retaliation to US trade tariffs increases worries about a global trade war. Whilst financials welcome some

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Virgin Money: No Cash in the Bank

Shares in Virgin Money are flat in London today as the challenger banks say it has accepted a £1.7b all-share merger offer from CYBG, valuing Virgin Money at 371p a

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Morning Editorial: OPEC, BoE, Tariffs, Brexit, PMIs

FTSE 100 Index called to open +5pts at 7640, still under pressure since last Friday’s breakdown, holding around the lowest since late May. Bulls need a break above late Friday

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Rolls Royce: North by Chief-East

Rolls Royce shares jumped as highs as 14.4% this morning to fresh 3yr highs (biggest jump since Feb 2016) thanks to a strategy update including tweaked financial guidance versus yesterday.

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Morning Editorial: Tariffic news for global trade

FTSE 100 Index called to open +10pts at 7775, still flirting with a bullish breakout beyond 3-week resistance that could open the door for a return to 7900 record high.

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Another ECB non event?

The FTSE remains on the back foot, albeit off its 7650 lows. It is once again a victim of GBP strength after USD sold off, in spite of a hawkish

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Rolls-Royce: A Power Move

Shares in UK’s flagship engine manufacturer Rolls-Royce were +3% as the company announced it was cutting 4.6K UK jobs (8.4% of company workforce) to save a net £400M p.a. by

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Morning Editorial: USD ignores hawkish Fed pitch

FTSE 100 Index called to open -30pts at 7670, off its overnight lows to hold rising support, but back below the mid-point of its 3-week sideways channel. Bulls need a

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FIFA trolling Trump with NAFTA 2026

The FTSE is higher thanks to a weaker GBP, after UK headline inflation was slightly softer than expected (annual pace didn’t pick up; core unchanged), taking the pressure off the Bank of