NewsWatcher

The Guardian Nachrichten

The Guardian ist eine linksliberale britische Tageszeitung. Neben der Printausgabe publiziert der Verlag online unter theguardian.com zu den Ressorts Politik, Wirtschaft, Sport und Lifestyle.
 
28.04.17 - 12:30
Sir Martin Sorrell′s pay plunges from £70m to £48m (The Guardian)
 
UK's best-paid chief executive has now received about £210m in total remuneration from WPP since 2012Sir Martin Sorrell received £48m in remuneration last year as WPP, the marketing and advertising giant he founded and runs, moved to curb the level ...
28.04.17 - 10:31
Barclays chief admits he ′made a mistake′ over whistleblowing case (The Guardian)
 
Jes Staley says he has not offered to resign over scandal, as bank reports profits doubled to £1.6bn in first quarterJes Staley, the chief executive of Barclays, has admitted he made a mistake in his repeated attempts to unmask a whistleblower but sa...
28.04.17 - 09:18
UK house prices fall again in April as buyers feel Brexit squeeze (The Guardian)
 
Average price of a home fell by 0.4% to £207,699 as rising inflation and low wage growth hit home, says NationwideUK house prices fell for a second month in a row in April in a sign that the squeeze on family incomes is starting to weigh on the prope...
28.04.17 - 09:06
UK economy is being sucked into London and south-east, says TUC (The Guardian)
 
Unions say industrial strategy now more important than ever as two regions will account for 40% of GDP by 2022The TUC has called on political parties to spell out plans to spread prosperity to all Britain's regions after warning that economic activi...
28.04.17 - 09:01
RBS reports first quarterly profit since 2015 (The Guardian)
 
Taxpayer-owned bank beats forecast with £259m profit, boosted by declining costs for pre-crisis scandals Royal Bank of Scotland has reported its first quarterly profit since 2015, as it looks to turn a corner after nine years of losses since its £45b...
28.04.17 - 08:12
UK GDP: Britain′s growth expected to weaken; France′s economy slows - business live (The Guardian)
 
Huge day for economic news, with growth reports from the United Kingdom, the United States, France and SpainLatest: French GDP up by 0.3%Coming up: UK expected to slow to 0.4-0.5% 6.58am BST Bert Colijn, senior colleague at ING Bank, says the French ...
28.04.17 - 08:12
British consumers′ confidence slumps as inflation grows (The Guardian)
 
YouGov's monthly measure of consumer mood hit by fears about job security and living costsRising inflation is taking its toll on British households, knocking consumer confidence to its lowest level since the aftermath of last summer's Brexit vote.P...
28.04.17 - 08:12
London rents fall sharply as monthly bill drops across UK (The Guardian)
 
Lettings agents say new tenants in capital are paying £100 per month less than a year ago, with demand from tenants falling, possibly because of Brexit voteRents in London have fallen sharply, with new tenants in the capital typically paying almost £...
28.04.17 - 08:12
Energy bill caps risk investment, say suppliers (The Guardian)
 
Industry body for big six energy firms says price regulation strips out competition, and urges taxation to help 'fuel poor'Theresa May's plan to cap gas and electricity bills could put billions of investment in the UK at risk by creating huge unce...
28.04.17 - 05:30
Soaring tech stocks send Nasdaq to record high (The Guardian)
 
Bumper profits from Google parent Alphabet and Amazon boost tech-heavy index as Jeff Bezos closes in on title of world's richest personA slew of large tech companies including Google parent Alphabet and Amazon have reported better than expected bump...
28.04.17 - 01:54
WPP to cut Martin Sorrell′s pay in bid to calm investors (The Guardian)
 
Best-paid chief executive in Britain could receive package nearer £15m after earning more than £200m in four yearsSir Martin Sorrell, Britain's best-paid chief executive, is to take a pay cut in an effort to avert a clash with investors over the sca...
27.04.17 - 21:06
Pret a Manger launches charm offensive to recruit British workers (The Guardian)
 
Sandwich chain has begun advertising in jobcentres and on social media as it faces up to potential staff shortage after BrexitPret a Manger has embarked on a charm offensive to attract more British workers as it faces up to a potential labour shortag...
27.04.17 - 20:54
Barclays boss faces shareholder revolt over whistleblowing case (The Guardian)
 
Advisory group tells investors to abstain from vote to re-elect Jes Staley to board after he tried to unmask whistleblower Barclays' chief executive is facing a shareholder revolt at next month's annual meeting because of the ongoing regulatory inv...
27.04.17 - 20:25
AstraZeneca shareholders revolt again over executive pay (The Guardian)
 
39% of investors reject £13m package for chief executive Pascal Soriot, while 96% back changes to remuneration policyAstraZeneca has suffered another sizeable shareholder revolt over executive pay, with two-fifths opposing a £13m package for its chie...
27.04.17 - 20:18
This is not just any online grocer ... marks spencer plans food delivery service (The Guardian)
 
Marks and Spencer chiefs plan trial of online food shopping service in autumn 2017 after admitting it can no longer ignore the fast-growing web shopMarks & Spencer is to launch an online grocery shopping service this autumn as it looks to cash in...
27.04.17 - 19:36
Poor working families face big losses from benefit cuts, says IFS (The Guardian)
 
Nearly 3m working households with children on tax credits face average loss of £2,500 a year, according to thinktankLow-income working families face significant reductions in income as a result of planned cuts to benefits, according to the Institute ...
27.04.17 - 19:36
United Airlines to offer up to $10,000 for passengers to give up seats (The Guardian)
 
US carrier announces shakeup of booking policy after outrage over forcible removal of passengerUnited Airlines will offer passengers up to $10,000 (£7,700) for giving up their seats on overbooked flights, as part of efforts to repair the damage to it...
27.04.17 - 17:54
Brexit: UK carmakers ′sitting on their hands′ rather than investing (The Guardian)
 
Manufacturers' association urges more clarity on post-Brexit tariffs and movement of components to allow growing industry to make decisionsBritain's carmakers have warned that they do not believe a trade deal with the EU will be struck within the n...
27.04.17 - 15:44
‹Trump tax plan could save him millions under guise of helping small businesses (The Guardian)
 
The structure of the Trump organization makes it a prime potential beneficiary - one estimate says the tax plan will save Donald Trump $65m a year in taxesA tax plan released by the White House on Wednesday could deliver many millions of dollars annu...
27.04.17 - 15:44
Pensions triple lock: what you need to know (The Guardian)
 
Conservative plans to water down the guarantee on future pension payouts could affect millions. Here's the factsTheresa May is considering replacing the "triple lock, which guarantees a minimum increase in the state pension each year, with a less g...
27.04.17 - 15:01
Uber to offer UK drivers sickness cover in return for £2-a-week fee (The Guardian)
 
Move likely to cost several million pounds a year is firm's latest bid to head off criticism over conditions for its 40,000 UK driversUber is to start offering its minicab drivers sickness cover in exchange for a £2 per week fee, in its latest bid t...
27.04.17 - 13:42
Taylor Wimpey to pay up to £130m to settle ground rent scandal (The Guardian)
 
Housebuilder was criticised after some its new-build leasehold properties were left near-worthless due to spiralling chargesTaylor Wimpey is to pay out up to £130m to buyers of some its new-build leasehold properties left near-worthless after they fo...
27.04.17 - 13:18
Qantas offers first ever direct UK to Australia flights from £1,135 (The Guardian)
 
'Kangaroo route' will become single hop when daily service between London and Perth launches in March 2018Tickets for the first non-stop flight from the UK to Australia went on sale on Thursday as Qantas launched a direct flight between London and ...
27.04.17 - 12:18
Amazon to create 1,200 jobs at first UK warehouse to use advanced robotics (The Guardian)
 
Giant fulfilment centre will be one of two British sites where staff will work alongside the retailer's new robot technologyAmazon is to create 1,200 new permanent jobs as it opens a new fulfilment centre in Warrington which will see staff work alon...
27.04.17 - 11:18
The X Factor cooks up £10m Just Eat sponsorship deal (The Guardian)
 
Online food order and delivery service to launch 'Chef Factor' hunt for takeaway cooks to star in its clipsJust Eat has struck a £10m-a-year deal to be the new sponsor of The X Factor and intends to launch a nationwide "Chef Factor hunt for takeaw...
27.04.17 - 09:18
UK should axe state pension for rich people, says OECD (The Guardian)
 
Scrapping payments to wealthiest 5% to 10% would allow government to give more to people in greater need, says thinktankBritain should stop giving the state pension to the rich and instead spend the money on benefits for the poor, according to the Or...
27.04.17 - 08:54
Stock markets dip as Trump′s tax plan disappoints investors - business live (The Guardian)
 
All the day's economic and financial news, including reaction to Donald Trump's tax proposals and this afternoon's European Central Bank meeting 7.49am BST After all the razzmatazz, Donald Trump's tax reform plan has left investors rather cold.If...
27.04.17 - 08:36
Lloyds profits double to £1.3bn despite PPI and HBOS payouts (The Guardian)
 
Banking group's sets aside £350m for mis-selling compensation and £100m for victims of Reading fraudProfits at Lloyds Banking Group more than doubled in the first three months of the year, despite another hit for payment protection insurance mis-sel...
27.04.17 - 08:18
UK car industry has its best month in 17 years (The Guardian)
 
Number of cars manufactured in Britain in March rose 7.3% on same period in 2016 to the highest figure since 2000British car manufacturing enjoyed its best month in 17 years in March fuelled by demand for vehicles from abroad.The number of cars to ro...
27.04.17 - 08:18
AA boss shortlisted for Wolfson Economics prize for UK roads plan (The Guardian)
 
Edmund King hoping his 'road miles' allowance idea will win £250,000 award, which sought ideas from around the world on improving roadsA proposal from the boss of the AA for drivers to receive an annual "road miles allowance is among the ideas sho...
27.04.17 - 08:18
′Screen fatigue′ sees UK ebook sales plunge 17% as readers return to print (The Guardian)
 
Consumer sales down to £204m last year and are at lowest level since 2011 - when Amazon Kindle sales first took off in UK Britons are abandoning the ebook at an alarming rate with sales of consumer titles down almost a fifth last year, as "screen fat...
27.04.17 - 06:00
Donald Trump to stick with Nafta free trade pact despite vow to leave (The Guardian)
 
The White House says the president will 'renegotiate' the controversial deal with Canada and MexicoThe White House has announced that the United States will not unilaterally withdraw from Nafta, the landmark free trade agreement with Canada and Mex...
27.04.17 - 02:24
CBI warns against Brexit divorce bill row putting EU-UK trade ties at risk (The Guardian)
 
Business leaders to urge negotiators on both sides to focus on the mutual benefits of continued free trade as they begin talksBusiness leaders will warn on Thursday that disputes over an EU divorce settlement worth "tens of billions of euros risk je...
27.04.17 - 01:24
Plain cigarette packaging could drive 300,000 Britons to quit smoking (The Guardian)
 
Review by research organisation Cochrane suggests impact of UK's ban on branded packs could echo results seen in Australia Plain cigarette cartons featuring large, graphic health warnings could persuade 300,000 people in the UK to quit smoking if th...
26.04.17 - 21:30
Trump′s ′huge tax cut for the rich′ would slash taxes for businesses and wealthy (The Guardian)
 
Administration officials were short on details of the plan that, if passed, would be the largest overhaul of the US tax system since the Reagan eraThe Trump administration unveiled what it called the biggest tax cuts "in history on Wednesday in a mo...
26.04.17 - 20:12
Swinton to close 84 more branches and cut 900 jobs (The Guardian)
 
Insurance firm announces second wave of closures in just over a year, as customers opt to buy policies online or by phone Swinton is planning to close a another 84 branches and cut as many as 900 jobs because the vast majority of its customers prefer...
26.04.17 - 20:12
Deutsche Bank: 4,000 jobs at risk of being moved out of UK after Brexit (The Guardian)
 
Bank says 2,000 front office people would be moved, with another 2,000 posts at risk depending on new regulationsDeutsche Bank has warned that up to 4,000 UK jobs could be moved to Frankfurt and other locations in the European Union as a result of Br...
26.04.17 - 19:42
Celebrity tie-ups help online fashion retailer Boohoo double its profit (The Guardian)
 
Pre-tax profits rise 97% to £31m thanks in part to paying Instagram icons to promote its clothes to 16 to 24-year-old fansBoohoo, the online fashion retailer with an army of 16 to 24-year-old fans, has nearly doubled its profits, helped by paying cel...
26.04.17 - 18:30
TfL to spend £18m on preparing London for new electric black cabs (The Guardian)
 
Transport for London's outlay will upgrade capital's power grids so energy companies can install 300 fast-charging stationsTransport for London is spending £18m on upgrading the capital's power grids to charge the first generation of battery-power...
26.04.17 - 17:06
Twitter revenues decline for first time as advertising falls away (The Guardian)
 
Company reports 8% fall in revenue in first quarter to $548m, but shares rebound as analysts had expected worse dropTwitter has reported its first decline in revenue as advertisers pulled back from the social media service favoured by Donald Trump, c...
26.04.17 - 17:01
Car insurance model will not help energy market, says charity (The Guardian)
 
Citizens Advice criticises Scottish Power proposal to scrap standard variable tariffs for product customers renew each yearAn energy company's proposal to scrap default electricity and gas deals in favour of car insurance-style annual renewals could...
26.04.17 - 13:18
Lloyds appoints ex-high court judge to review handling of HBOS fraud (The Guardian)
 
Banking group to start paying compensation totalling up to £100m next month to customers who lost outLloyds Banking Group has appointed a retired high court judge to investigate its handling of fraud its HBOS branch in Reading.The bank will start mak...
26.04.17 - 12:54
Sports Direct agency Transline preparing for insolvency (The Guardian)
 
Company attracted controversy after workers at retailer's Shirebrook warehouse were not paid minimum wageTransline, the temporary employment agency that became embroiled in the Sports Direct scandal, has submitted court documents preparing the compa...
26.04.17 - 11:48
United Airlines in new PR disaster after giant rabbit dies on UK flight (The Guardian)
 
Airline launches investigation after rabbit expected to be the world's biggest found dead after travelling from London to Chicago United Airlines is facing another PR disaster after a potentially record-breaking giant rabbit perished onboard one of ...
26.04.17 - 11:42
Andrew Tyrie, scourge of bankers, deserves new City role | Nils Pratley (The Guardian)
 
Chair of the influential Treasury select committee may be stepping down as an MP, but he still has much to contributeAndrew Tyrie is "a man who would insult the Queen if he thought she deserved it, the late Simon Hoggart wrote in this paper after th...
26.04.17 - 11:36
Barack Obama to be paid $400,000 for speech at Cantor Fitzgerald event (The Guardian)
 
Former US president criticised over role at Wall Street firm's conference after he previously vowed crackdown on 'fat cats'Barack Obama is to be paid $400,000 (£312,000) to speak at a healthcare conference organised by the Wall Street firm Cantor ...
26.04.17 - 09:30
Stock markets near record highs ahead of Trump tax reforms - business live (The Guardian)
 
All the day's economic and financial news, as investors wait details of president Trump's tax plans 8.25am BST Last weekend's French elections continues to reassure traders, says Chris Weston of IG:It's a good time to hold equity and credit and i...
26.04.17 - 00:42
Most global investors recognise financial risk of climate change, report finds (The Guardian)
 
Global index reveals 60% of asset owners are now taking some action, but warns there is still 'enormous resistance' to managing climate riskFor the first time a majority of global investor heavyweights recognise the financial risks of climate chang...
25.04.17 - 20:30
Outgoing Yahoo chief executive Marissa Mayer will likely get $186m payout (The Guardian)
 
Shareholders will be asked to approve a huge payout for Mayer, as Yahoo is currently being sold to Verizon, the US's largest telecom company, for $4.49bnThe price of failure? About $186m if you are Marissa Mayer, outgoing chief executive of troubled...
25.04.17 - 19:48
Stock markets surge to new highs ahead of Trump′s tax reform plan (The Guardian)
 
US technology shares rise while investors bet on Emmanuel Macron victory in French electionWorld markets have hit new peaks, pushed higher by continuing optimism about the outcome of the French presidential election, a series of positive US company r...





































 

>Aktiensuche

>Wertpapiersuche

>Finanznachrichten posten

Boersentreff Media:            >Impressum            >Über uns            >Werbung            >Newstechnologie

>Zitat des Tages: Ach, wie gut ist es doch, unter lesenden Menschen zu sein. Warum sind sie nicht immer so? Du kannst hingehen zu einem und ihn leise anrühren. Er fühlt nichts. - Rainer Maria Rilke

Partner:    >Tradegate Börse | >DB Xmarkets | >TraderFox Handelssignale | >Heibel-Ticker Börsenbrief | >Finanzlinks

Börsentreff auf Facebook | Börsentreff auf Twitter

Copyright @ Boersentreff.de - Die Märkte im Blick!