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    1. April 10, 2014

      The Raid 2 – film review

      Few careers have been more unlikely than that of director Gareth Evans. A film graduate from the University of Glamorgan, he...

    2. November 19, 2013

      Scottish Life reviews annuity sales

      Scottish Life is to review annuity sales after the pension provider was successfully challenged by the family of a married...

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      October 7, 2013

      Apec: in search of an interjection

      Sorry man, the government's shut The group of nations known as the Asia-Pacific Economic Co-operation (Apec) has always been...

    2. May 2, 2013

      A spring soft patch for equities?

      Equity markets have weathered concerns about the prospects for the global economy remarkably well, although the most recent...

    3. July 3, 2012

      Smartphone growth boosts Anite

      Strong consumer appetite for data usage on smartphones and mobile devices has driven up both full-year revenues and pre-tax...

    4. April 24, 2012

      Stock issue keeps Capita out of FTSE recovery

      Capita Group made the biggest loss on a recovering FTSE 100 on Tuesday after the outsourcing company announced plans to...

    5. June 10, 2011

      West urged to put Hamas ‘on board’

      The US and Europe must engage with a new Palestinian government, even if it is supported by the Islamist Hamas group, says a...

    6. February 28, 2011

      Better for Libya to liberate itself

      “Never again” is the phrase that is always uttered after an international atrocity. It is what is said every time there is...

    7. February 27, 2011

      No-fly zone will help stop Gaddafi’s carnage

      State sovereignty is not a licence to kill. No state can abdicate the responsibility to protect its people from crimes...

    8. July 6, 2010

      NCC signals price increase

      NCC Group, the IT services group, will make a fresh attempt to raise its prices later this year as it said customers were...

    9. April 9, 2010

      View of the Day: Gareth Evans, Deutsche Bank

      The best general election result for the UK stock market is likely to be an outright victory for the Conservative party,...

    10. April 8, 2010

      Tory win could be good for UK stocks

      The best general election result for the UK stock market is likely to be an outright victory for the Conservative party,...

    11. February 4, 2010

      Nuclear stars move towards benign alignment

      Twenty years after the end of the cold war, nuclear weapons have been supplanted as an engine of public anxiety by worries...

    12. December 21, 2009

      How Obama can earn peace prize

      Nuclear arms control negotiations are always in danger of coming across as a hangover from the cold war – maybe even as...

    13. December 17, 2009

      A plan to eliminate nuclear weapons

      It is sheer dumb luck that since Nagasaki no nuclear weapon has exploded in a major population centre by accident,...

    14. April 9, 2009

      Rally may yet prove to be trick cyclical act

      When a debt-laden builder such as Taylor Wimpey outperforms all other large and midcap stocks, it might suggest the worst is...

    15. November 29, 2008

      Investors are left to chase increasingly rare dividends

      We got another reminder this week that we are living in extraordinary times. The yield on the benchmark 10-year gilt fell...

    16. October 15, 2008

      Downturn hits IT operators’ spending plans

      A handful of London-listed software and hardware companies admitted to a tough September as the global financial crisis hit...

    17. September 5, 2008

      Pound's decline proves a boon for business

      The decline of the pound against the euro and dollar has created a headache for the Bank of England as the inflationary...

    18. September 4, 2008

      Pound’s decline proves a boon for business

      The decline of the pound against the euro and dollar has created a headache for the Bank of England as the inflationary...

    19. August 2, 2008

      Anite finally completes sale

      Anite has finally agreed the sale of its public sector software business to Northgate Information Solutions for a...

    20. July 20, 2008

      Tech groups ready for rare show of optimism

      The UK technology reporting season kicks off this week and, in contrast to other sectors of the economy, managements are...

    21. November 13, 2007

      Companies shrug off fuel impact – so far

      British companies have withstood the rising oil price in recent years, but their resilience faces a fresh challenge as the...

    22. November 13, 2007

      Companies shrug off fuel impact - so far

      British companies have withstood the rising oil price in recent years, but their resilience faces a fresh challenge as the...

    23. October 10, 2007

      View of the day: UK equities

      Equity-market volatility and falling bond yields have created a “growing risk of a wholesale reallocation” away from UK...

    24. October 10, 2007

      M&A activity fuels hopes of end to credit squeeze

      A flurry of merger and acquisition activity gave investors further reason to believe the worst of the recent credit squeeze...

    25. July 17, 2007

      Bright forecast bolsters SDL

      Shares in SDL climbed after the software translation group forecast a solid set of interim results despite the effects of a...

    26. July 5, 2007

      Replenishing from ranks

      Investec has promoted two bankers from its ranks to be co-heads of research following the exit last month of head of...

    27. June 5, 2007

      On the move...

      Desk shuffling in European equity teams. UBS has hired Gareth Evans as its UK equity strategist, reporting to Nick Nelson,...

    28. May 11, 2007

      Led astray

      Foreign policy seldom wins elections, but it can certainly lose them. It can also ruin the reputation of an otherwise...

    29. May 10, 2007

      How Iraq cast a shadow over Blair’s foreign policy

      Foreign policy seldom wins elections, but it can certainly lose them. It can also ruin the reputation of an otherwise...

    30. May 10, 2007

      Story of ‘a tragic hero’

      Foreign policy seldom wins elections, but it can certainly lose them. It can also ruin the reputation of an otherwise...

    31. October 10, 2006

      A system shaken: Pyongyang deals a blow to nuclear non-proliferation

      Yesterday's claim by North Korea to have successfully detonated an underground nuclear explosion has escalated fears of a...

    32. September 19, 2006

      Israel and the Quartet must seize the moment

      If there is to be any chance of forging new momentum for a comprehensive Arab-Israeli peace settlement out of the ashes of...

    33. August 30, 2006

      Acquisitions lift revenues at LogicaCMG

      Interim pre-tax profits at LogicaCMG fell 21 per cent but the computer services group said that it was sticking with its...

    34. July 10, 2006

      No state can tolerate daily rocket attacks on its citizens

      From Dr Jacob Amir. Sir, Gareth Evans and Robert Malley totally ignore the continuous daily barrage of Qassam and Katyusha...

    35. July 10, 2006

      US failure has made two-state solution a distant dream

      From Mr Fariborz S. Fatemi. Sir, Gareth Evans and Robert Malley are absolutely right in their excellent analysis. The...

    36. July 5, 2006

      How to curb the tension in Gaza

      Ever since the Israeli corporal Gilad Shalit was abducted by Palestinian militants a little over a week ago, all actors in...

    37. April 15, 2006

      Where now for the small-caps?

      After five years of outperformance by European small-cap stocks over their larger counterparts, investors must be wondering...

    38. April 14, 2006

      On Europe: Where now for small caps?

      After five years of outperformance by European small-cap stocks over their larger counterparts, investors must be wondering...

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