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09/16/201412:42AMDJNU.K. Companies Donate Little to Camps in Scottish Independence Vote
By Sarah Kent LONDON--As the climax of Scotland's independence referendum draws near, more big companies are speaking out against splitting up the U.K. Few, though, are putting their money where their mouth is. In contrast with the U.S., where companies often give vast sums to political parties, hardly any major businesses... More...>>
09/13/20146:43PMDJNPolls Show Scottish Referendum Too Close to Call -- 2nd Update
By Jenny Gross And Jason Douglas LONDON--Three polls on support for Scottish independence released Saturday suggested that next week's referendum is too close to call. A survey released late Saturday by ICM Research for the Telegraph newspaper put support for independence seven percentage points ahead of support for staying... More...>>
09/13/20144:28PMDJNPoll Shows Pro-U.K. Voters in Front Ahead of Scotland Referendum -- Update
By Jenny Gross LONDON--Support for Scotland to stay in the United Kingdom narrowly overshadowed that for independence on Saturday, according to two latest polls. The surveys come ahead of Thursday's vote on whether Scotland should end its 307-year union with England. One survey, conducted by pollster Opinium, showed support... More...>>
09/13/201411:39AMDJNPoll Shows Pro-U.K. Voters in Front Ahead of Scotland Referendum
By Jason Douglas LONDON--A poll Saturday showed a narrow lead for pro-U.K. campaigners ahead of a vote Thursday on whether Scotland should become an independent country. The poll, conducted by Survation for the pro-U.K. Better Together campaign, put support for maintaining the union at 47% and independence at 41%. The... More...>>
09/12/20143:21PMDJNLONDON MARKETS: FTSE 100 Edges Up As Key Poll Points To 'no' In Scotland Vote
By Sara Sjolin, MarketWatch LONDON (MarketWatch) -- U.K.'s FTSE 100 index rebounded slightly Friday after a survey on the Scottish independence referendum from a closely watched pollster put the pro-union campaign in the lead. The benchmark index added 0.1% to 6,806.96, after closing down 0.5% on Thursday. On the week... More...>>
09/12/20146:43AMDJNLONDON MARKETS: U.K. Stocks Rise After Poll Points To 'no' In Scotland Vote
By Sara Sjolin, MarketWatch LONDON (MarketWatch) -- U.K.'s FTSE 100 index rebounded slightly on Friday after a fresh poll on the Scottish independence referendum put the pro-union campaign in the lead. The benchmark index added 0.1% to 6,809.27, after closing down 0.5% on Thursday. On the week, the FTSE was eyeing a 0.7... More...>>
09/11/201412:21PMDJNEUROPE MARKETS: Russian Stocks Slump Most In Europe After Sanction Details
By Sara Sjolin, MarketWatch LONDON (MarketWatch)--Russian stocks posted the biggest losses in Europe on Thursday after the European Union agreed to levy new sanctions against Moscow starting Friday. The rest of Europe also headed lower, with the benchmark index in the red for its fifth straight day. The major indexes had... More...>>
09/11/201412:11PMDJNEUROPE MARKETS: RBS, Lloyds Climb; Sanofi Slips: Europe's Big Stock Moves
By Sara Sjolin, MarketWatch LONDON (MarketWatch) -- Here are some of the companies whose shares made notable moves in European trade on Thursday. Gainers Shares of Royal Bank of Scotland Group (RBS) added 1.1% after the bank said it would relocate its holding company to England in case of a "yes" vote for an independent... More...>>
09/11/201412:11PMDJNLONDON MARKETS: FTSE Closes At Lowest Level Since Late August
By Sara Sjolin, MarketWatch LONDON (MarketWatch)--The U.K.'s FTSE 100 index closed at its weakest level in almost seven weeks Thursday, with shares of Next PLC among biggest decliners after a disappointing earnings report. The FTSE 100 index lost 0.5% to end at 6,799.62, marking the lowest closing level since late August... More...>>
09/11/201410:28AMDJNEUROPE MARKETS: Russian Stocks Slump Most In Europe After Sanction Details
By Sara Sjolin, MarketWatch LONDON (MarketWatch) -- Russian stocks posted the biggest losses in Europe on Thursday after the European Union agreed to levy new sanctions against Moscow Friday. The rest of Europe also headed lower, with the benchmark index heading for its fifth straight day in the red. The major indexes... More...>>
09/11/20149:06AMALNC2ND UPDATE: Lloyds, RBS Confirm Plans To Move South If Scots Vote "Yes"
LONDON (Alliance News) - Royal Bank of Scotland Group PLC and Lloyds Banking Group PLC, both based in Scotland, have made contingency plans to move their headquarters to London in the event of the Scottish people voting in favour of a split from the UK at next week's independence referendum. In a statement, Lloyds Banking... More...>>
09/11/20148:27AMDJNEUROPE MARKETS: Stoxx Europe 600 On Track For Fifth Straight Loss
By Sara Sjolin, MarketWatch LONDON (MarketWatch) -- European stocks markets headed mostly lower on Thursday, with the benchmark index heading for its fifth straight day in the red. The major indexes had started in positive territory after a poll on the Scottish referendum put the pro-union campaign back in the lead, but... More...>>
09/11/20147:00AMDJNSterling Recovers Slightly After Scotland Poll
There was some relief for the beleaguered British pound on Thursday after the most recent poll on the Scottish independence referendum showed a lead for those in favor of remaining in the U.K. The currency plummeted earlier this week following the release of a poll that showed a narrow lead in favor of those wishing to... More...>>
09/11/20146:49AMDJNSterling Recovers Slightly After Scotland Poll
By Tommy Stubbington There was some relief for the beleaguered British pound on Thursday after the most recent poll on the Scottish independence referendum showed a lead for those in favor of remaining in the U.K. The currency plummeted earlier this week following the release of a poll that showed a narrow lead in favor... More...>>
09/11/20146:06AMDJNEUROPE MARKETS: RBS, Lloyds Climb; Sanofi Slips: Europe's Big Stock Moves
By Sara Sjolin, MarketWatch LONDON (MarketWatch) -- Here are some of the companies whose shares made notable moves in European trade on Thursday. Gainers Shares of Royal Bank of Scotland Group (RBS) added 1.3% after the bank said it would relocate its holding company to England in case of a "yes" vote for an independent... More...>>
09/11/20146:05AMDJNNAB Says It Would Relocate if Scotland Votes for Independence
By Robb M. Stewart MELBOURNE, Australia--National Australia Bank Ltd. (NAB.AU) would join Scotland's two major banks in shifting south of the border should Scotland vote for independence in a referendum next week. Registering its Clydesdale Bank subsidiary in England would address some of the uncertainties and risks that... More...>>
09/11/20146:05AMDJNLONDON MARKETS: FTSE 100, Pound Rise As Pro-union Campaign Is Back In The Lead
By Sara Sjolin, MarketWatch LONDON (MarketWatch) -- U.K. stocks and the pound climbed on Thursday after a poll showed a lead for the camp against Scottish independence, calming fears of a breakup of the union. The FTSE 100 index added 0.1% to 6,836.40, which would be the highest close this week. The pound (GBPUSD) rose... More...>>
09/11/20146:05AMDJNLONDON MARKETS: FTSE 100, Pound Rises As Pro-union Campaign Is Back In The Lead
By Sara Sjolin, MarketWatch LONDON (MarketWatch) -- U.K. stocks and the pound climbed on Thursday after a poll showed a lead for the camp against Scottish independence, calming fears of a breakup of the union. The FTSE 100 index added 0.1% to 6,836.40, which would be the highest close this week. The pound (GBPUSD) rose... More...>>
09/11/20146:05AMDJNRBS to Relocate to England if Scotland Leaves
LONDON-- Royal Bank of Scotland Group PLC confirmed Thursday that it would re-domicile its holding company to England should Scotland vote for independence in a referendum next week. The 80%-government owned bank said "there are a number of material uncertainties arising from the Scottish referendum vote which could have... More...>>
09/11/20144:41AMDJNRBS to Relocate to England if Scotland Votes for Independence
By Ian Walker LONDON-- Royal Bank of Scotland Group PLC confirmed Thursday that it would re-domicile its holding company to England should Scotland vote for independence in a referendum next week. The 80%-government owned bank said "there are a number of material uncertainties arising from the Scottish referendum vote... More...>>


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