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EU finmins to continue banking union discussions 9 Dec 2013 | 09:35
Eurozone finance ministers are heading to Brussels for the Eurogroup meeting scheduled for Monday afternoon at 14:00 London time and will be joined on Tuesday by the rest of their European Union (EU) colleagues for the Ecofin meeting.
Anite first-half profit sinks after contract delays 9 Dec 2013 | 08:33
FTSE 250 listed Anite said pre-tax profit for the six months to the end of October slumped 64 per cent after contract delays at its main handset-testing division.
Sunday newspaper round-up: Centrica, RBS, H&T 8 Dec 2013 | 19:07
The Chairman of Centrica has called for an end to "Punch and Judy" arguments about energy prices as analysts calculated that up to £11bn has been wiped off the value of energy companies in two months, the Sunday Telegraph reported. Sir Roger Carr said any attempt at capping prices would lack logic and threaten the "financial fabric" of energy companies. The Labour opposition's threat to freeze prices after the next election has destroyed between £7bn and £11bn of shareholder value since party leader Ed Miliband made the pledge in September, Liberum Capital analysts said.
Monday broker round-up UPDATE 9 Dec 2013 | 09:52
Alternative Networks: FinnCap takes target price from 390p to 430p and retains a buy recommendation.
Market overview: Tullow falls after abandoning Ethiopian well 9 Dec 2013 | 08:40
0840: Oil group Tullow has fallen as it plugged and abandoned its Tultule-1 wildcat well onshore Ethiopia after it failed to encounter oil. Kentz is sharply higher this morning after offering 435m dollars for the oilfield solutions business of US-based Valerus as it looks to expand its offering and increase its footprint in the Americas regions. The FTSE 100 is trading at 6,554.5, up just 2.51 points from Friday's close.