Greggs have seen pre-tax profits fall for the 52 weeks to December 29th 2012.
Britons with offshore accounts in Guernsey could find themselves much worse off under a deal to boost transparency between the Treasury and the crown dependency.
Bentley Motors today (Tuesday) announced its financial results for the year ending 31 December 2012, reporting a significantly increased operating profit of Euros 100.5m compared to Euros 8m in 2011.
Sainsbury's have reported record customer numbers, as well as higher than expected sales, for the year to March 16th.
A ‘tax on savings’ as part of a proposal to help secure IMF, ECB & EU funding for Cyprus has been seen as a complete contravention of the ‘deposit insurance agreement’ signed by all EU countries in October 2008.
The proposals to levy taxes on bank deposits in Cyprus are a worrying development for the euro, reports Caxton FX.
More than a third of investors (35.4%) are planning to switch more of their portfolio into equities, according to the latest Halifax Share Dealing Market Tracker.
The Financial Services Authority (FSA) has fined Lamprell plc (Lamprell) £2,428,300 for significant failings in its systems and controls resulting in Listing Rules and related breaches.
Sterling rose to its highest levels of the week against a number of currencies Friday morning after the governor of the Bank of England said Sterling was now “properly valued” and the bank wasn’t looking to push Sterling down.
Turnaround: Edward Bramson satisfied with F&C progress