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Die Daily Mail gilt als konservative englische Tageszeitung und hat vom Aufbau und Inhalt starke Ähnlichkeiten mit der deutschen Bild- Ausgabe. Die Online- Rubrik Money publiziert tägliche News zur britischen Wirtschaft und zum Aktienmarkt.
 
20.10.19 - 15:20
Stock market watchlist: Barclays, Travis Perkins and Amazon (DailyMail)
 
He may have lost the battle for a seat on the board, but activist investor Edward Bramson hasn't given up on forcing change at Barclays just yet....
20.10.19 - 15:14
Scrap metal dealer in £4m fight with a private jet company that has a number of famous clients (DailyMail)
 
A multi-millionaire scrap metal dealer has launched a £4m court claim against a private jet company that has boasted F1 champion Lewis Hamilton and Sir Philip Green among its clients....
20.10.19 - 14:03
Foreign takeovers ′erode′ UK defence, says founding family behind Cobham (DailyMail)
 
Lady Nadine Cobham, daughter-in-law of the defence giant's founder, has fiercely opposed a takeover by US private equity firm Advent International....
20.10.19 - 13:50
RBS could slash its investment bank to a third of its current size next year (DailyMail)
 
RBS could slash its investment bank to a third of its current size in the New Year as it reviews the business under incoming chief executive Alison Rose, sources close to the company say....
20.10.19 - 13:32
Profit at fashion giant Zara′s UK shops has halved this year as dividend is slashed (DailyMail)
 
Zara UK, which is owned by the world's biggest fashion group Inditex, reported a 10% jump in sales from £704.8m to £772.5m, according to documents filed last week....
20.10.19 - 13:21
Will Huawei be involved in building UK′s 5G network? (DailyMail)
 
The telecoms giant, which is the world's leading 5G equipment maker, has been banned from operating in the US amid concerns its technology could be accessed by the Chinese state....
20.10.19 - 11:28
Want a Barclays? Get on the bus...That′s the bank′s message to customers who must travel TEN MILES (DailyMail)
 
Barclays pulled the plug as the last bank in Buntingford, Hertfordshire, this May - even though 500 inhabitants signed a petition pleading for it to remain....
19.10.19 - 23:56
Taxman′s £585m crackdown on unpaid VAT from online sellers including Amazon and eBay (DailyMail)
 
The bounty would represent a major haul for HM Revenue & Customs after years struggling to extract tax from online firms such as Amazon and eBay and people who use these sites....
19.10.19 - 23:56
′I can′t get my hands on my £40,000 pension pot′: TONY HETHERINGTON investigates (DailyMail)
 
T.R. writes: Early this year, I contacted Aviva but was told the trust deed was lost. This is not my problem, but Aviva declines to let me access my own money....
19.10.19 - 23:56
Forget ′chuggers′ and nuisance calls...we want charities to send emails to encourage us to give (DailyMail)
 
More than eight in ten people polled by social enterprise Give As You Live Online say email is their preferred method of contact by charities over any other, including social media....
19.10.19 - 23:56
Iconic Wendy′s chain plans major launch to cash in on Britain′s rising hunger for junk (DailyMail)
 
The company has told its investors it aims to open the first UK restaurant as early as next year and has already begun an extensive search for sites and franchise partners....
19.10.19 - 23:56
Hedge funds gamble on Flutter′s deal with Stars Group (DailyMail)
 
Hedge funds have placed bets of £250million in recent days against Flutter Entertainment in an effort to cash in on its all-share deal....
19.10.19 - 23:32
Is this Britain′s most extravagant (and brazen) fraudster?  (DailyMail)
 
Maksat Arip's recycling and packaging firm Kazakhstan Kagazy raised hundreds of millions of pounds from investors when it listed on the London Stock Exchange in 2007 and issued bonds....
19.10.19 - 23:32
′I′m off on my hols′, said Thomas Cook chairman just days after the travel giant′s collapse (DailyMail)
 
In an extraordinary interview uncovered by The Mail on Sunday, Frank Meysman said he is not a 'typical' Thomas Cook tourist and instead uses Airbnb....
19.10.19 - 23:32
HAMISH MCRAE: Five financial keys to happiness (DailyMail)
 
In a weekend of high political drama, let's step back and ask ourselves what we really want from life. We know what we don't want....
19.10.19 - 23:32
′Woodford knew he was toast as he took savers′ cash′, says top investor Peter Hargreaves (DailyMail)
 
The founder of one of the City's top investment firms has launched a scathing attack on Neil Woodford, the star fund manager whose business shut last week....
19.10.19 - 23:32
Regulator asleep at the wheel while the Woodford debacle mushroomed - now heads must roll (DailyMail)
 
There is no doubt the FCA has been asleep at the wheel while the Woodford debacle has mushroomed like a nuclear cloud. It now needs to take action against some of the parties involved....
19.10.19 - 23:32
Don′t get ripped off at the airport with your holiday money this half term (DailyMail)
 
Holidaymakers should first check whether their credit and debit cards can be used abroad for spending and withdrawing money from ATMs without extra charges....
19.10.19 - 23:32
Is your cash safe as risky ′peer-to-peer′ lenders face crackdown?  (DailyMail)
 
Fears are mounting over troubles with 'peer-to-peer' companies as investors report slipping returns and delays to withdrawing funds....
19.10.19 - 23:32
Did Woodford KNOW he was toast while raking in millions in fees? (DailyMail)
 
Toast. Finito. Goodbye. Whatever way you wish to look at - and describe - the dramatic investment events of the past five days, Neil Woodford's career as a front-line fund manager is over....
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