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  • Squawk / 16 February 2015 at 13:31 GMT
    Senior Equity Trader / Saxo Bank
    Denmark
    Vodafone is trading down 0,75% with no big news out. The stock is trading on support at 23,6% Fibonacci Retracement. Is it time for the stock to bounce back to 240p
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    fxtime fxtime
    Hmmmm not convinced for a bounce to 240p...prefer to trade at 207p/208p as a buy price !! (eg gap fill) but that level seems unlikely where as...
    5y
    fxtime fxtime
    A nice drop down to 224p yesterday and now 228p at close today :-)
  • Editor’s Picks / 10 December 2014 at 10:54 GMT

    Why the global fat cats need chopping down to size

    The Guardian
    The Guardian's Nesrine Malik has a bone to pick with the major multinational corporations which are far outstripping the power and capability of national sovereign governments and make up 112 out of the top 175 economic entities in the world. She says their power can be curbed to prevent, for example the pervasiveness of elaborate tax avoidance schemes, but that it will require the willpower, the imagination and supranational solidarity to take them on. But until those factors combine, she says, only the corporations can win to the detriment of us all.
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  • Video / 13 November 2014 at 10:58 GMT

    Just what are Vodafone, Blackberry and Sainsbury's up to?

    Angus Walker
    Tech guru Stuart Miles from Pocket-lint.com joins us for his weekly pick of the technology stories catching investor attention of investors. Can Vodafone capture and keep customers with a new broadband bundle, will Blackberry be able to connect with a re-launched classic and can UK supermarket Sainsbury's save their shoppers' time as well as money?
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  • Squawk / 11 November 2014 at 8:12 GMT
    Head of Equity Strategy / Saxo Bank
    Denmark
    Vodafone up 4% on better than expected Q2 organic service revenue...
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    Peter Garnry Peter Garnry
    Organic service revenue was down 1.5% beating estimates looking at decline of 2.6% as Europe is turning around.
  • Article / 10 November 2014 at 13:44 GMT

    The Week Ahead: FTSE rally to fade as IPO flurry ebbs

    Chief Executive / Prime Wealth Group
    United Kingdom
    The Week Ahead: FTSE rally to fade as IPO flurry ebbs
    As earnings season rolls on on both sides of the Atlantic the differences between East and West are becomingly increasingly clear: US markets are being underpinned by an overall strong economy and a wealth of other favourable factors while in the UK, the FTSE rally is showing signs of fading away as the recent flurry of IPOs ebbs.
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  • Editor’s Picks / 05 November 2014 at 10:38 GMT

    World's top companies keep operations under wraps

    The Guardian
    The world's biggest companies disclose little, if any, financial details over their operations outside their home countries, a watchdog has found. In a report, Transparency International says that US technology giants and Chinese firms are among the worst offenders, whereas UK companies are among the best performers. However, the watchdog warns that the biggest oil, gas and mining companies are not ready for the transparency rules that will come into force from the EU as of July next year. The regulations will oblige companies to report payments, such as taxes to governments, on a project-by-project and country-by-country basis.
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  • Video / 11 August 2014 at 11:02 GMT

    Norway's USD 870 Billion oil fund shows who's boss

    Alex Forrest Whiting
    Norway's oil fund must be making company boards feel just a little bit more nervous. From next year the world’s largest sovereign wealth fund is planning to publish how it will vote at annual meetings. It says the move will increase transparency and strengthen the vote execution chain. Excessive fat cat pay packets are already in its sights. It comes as Norway reports July CPI at +0.6 percent - much better than economists predicted.
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