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October 16, 2017

  • Convatec cut full-year revenue forecast after third quarter hurt by supply issues

  • Lower-than-anticipated revenue contribution from new products also blamed 

By Mark Shapland For This Is Money

Published: 12:29, 16 October

Convatec has seen its shares tank after...

Watch Paul Kavanagh (link below at 1min 30sec) talking to BBC Business Live on the German economy, specifically their trade surplus and the relationship between economies and currencies.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/episode/b08pvlrt/bbc-business-live-12052017

February 28, 2017

(Bloomberg) -- The British pound will surprise to the upside this year according to Paul Kavanagh, Chief Executive Officer of Patronus Partners. He told Daybreak Europe’s Manus Cranny and Caroline Hepker that moves in the currency after the Brexit referendum were overs...

February 27, 2017

* FTSE 100 falls 0.3 percent

* StanChart and RBS among biggest fallers

* Pearson shares volatile after trading update

* Miners drop on China demand concerns (Adds closing prices, detail, analysts)

By Atul Prakash and Helen Reid

LONDON, Feb 24 Britain's top share index hit a...

February 17, 2017

Financial markets can generally only focus on one thing at a time and today

that thing is Donald J Trump. Investors must consider the implications of a

barrage of tweets and some sweeping generalisations. They sense that this man represents economic regime chan...

January 31, 2017

Today China celebrates its new year. The firecrackers that welcome in the Year of the Rooster may not be popular with all investors as astrologists say the signs foretell disharmony and global conflict.

The IMF has forecast China’s GDP to rise from six per cent last yea...