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Top tips for first time property investors

Top tips for first time property investors If you are new to the world of property investment and still considering purchasing your first buy-to- let then there are a multitude

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Dixons: So much for GDPR

Shares in Dixons Carphone are -3.1% after a data breach that will do little to boost its reputation. No evidence of fraud has been identified but that doesn’t make up

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Morning Editorial: Into the breach (with Dixons)

FTSE 100 Index called to open flat at 7700, trading around the midline of a 3-week sideways channel. At present testing 7690 for support after the latest reversal from the

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Crest Nicholson: A costly mistake

Shares in housebuilder Crest Nicholson were -7% as the company came out with a miserable H1 report that pointed to ballooning costs and flat pricing structure as a source of

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Morning Editorial: Summit historic just happened

FTSE 100 Index called to open +30pts at 7765, again testing the ceiling of a 3-week sideways channel, with potential for a breakout to allow another rally back towards the

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FTSE not getting off Trump’s Wild Ride

The FTSE has made a strong start for the week, with bullishness back in vogue in spite of a geopolitical dust-up at the weekend’s G7 Summit in Canada. Investors appear to

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NMC – JV? Health? Check!

Shares in NMC Health are almost 5% to the good, leading the FTSE100 blue-chip index, after announcing the formation of a joint venture (in which it will have a majority

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Morning Editorial: G7 trades diplomacy for insults

FTSE 100 Index called to open +25pts at 7705, back at the mid-point of a 2-week 7640-7770 range in which it continues to consolidate after its retreat from May’s new

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FTSE100 Focus: Trade-on or Trade-off?

The FTSE, along with other major indices, is on the back foot into the weekend, with the usual help from positive China trade data (exports and imports stronger than expected), and

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BT: Was it the man or the plan?

BT shares back to flat (they were +3% leading the FTSE), albeit still outperforming an otherwise mild risk-off session for the index into the weekend. Shareholders delivering a tepid welcome