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  • Sunday newspaper round-up: Enquest, Britain's economy, Bank of England

    EnQuest is cutting spending, jobs and pay in an effort to avoid breaking the terms of its bank loans, the Sunday Times reported. The biggest independent UK North Sea oil producer's shares have fallen 80% since last summer as the price of crude oil collapsed. Investors took fright because of the company's high costs and debts. Chief Executive Amjad Beisu will announce aggressive cost reductions in January to stop the company from breaking loan covenants. Wood Group and Petrofac, two of EnQuest's biggest suppliers, have helped by cutting contractor pay and making rates 20% lower.

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  • Telefonica in talks with Hong Kong tycoon over sale of O2, reports claim

    Spanish telecommunications giant Telefonica has reportedly entered talks with Hong Kong magnate Li Ka-shing over a potential sale of O2.

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  • Sunday share tips: Mitie, UK Mail, Vodafone

    Mitie's shares have fallen but not as fast as those of outsourcing rivals such as Serco and Balfour Beatty, Danny Fortson pointed out in the Sunday Times. Matthew Earl, a former City analyst who writes a blog, criticised Mitie for buying companies to compensate for its own slow progress and for the way it recognises revenue. Mitie rejects Earl's analysis but he has highlighted concern about the way the sector accounts for "adjusted" operating profit. The City is increasingly willing to listen to lone critics but most investors believe Mitie is a well-run company, the Inside the City columnist concluded.

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  • Global Markets Weekly - 19 January 2015
    Too much deflation funk?
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  • Restrictions in relation to contingent convertible instruments
    The Financial Conduct Authority issued a press release stating they were restricting firms from distributing Contingent Convertible Instruments to the mass retail market effective from 1 October 2014.
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  • Important Information for clients
    Fraud is an ongoing issue across the banking industry, and it is important to be vigilant in order to minimise the risk of being affected.
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