GBP Industries announced that it had agreed to sell all of its outstanding stock to Sullivan Graphics Inc. Terms were not disclosed. GBP Industries, which is privately held and based in Buffalo, owns seven printing operations in the United …
StockMarketWire.com - London equities will open as sterling rises against the dollar and euro on Monday morning, following on from a mixed session in Asia this morning and also on Wall St overnight Friday. On Wall St overnight on …
GBP/USD starts this new week at around 1.4120 ... The group provides traders from the Forex and stock markets with access to its proprietary trading platforms. Forecasts presented in this section only reflect the author’s private opinion …
MUMBAI: NIIT Technologies has signed multi-million GBP contract with Eurostar, the high-speed passenger service between the UK and mainland Europe, to provide infrastructure management services for its core business applications. …
September, last year Africa Energy paid just under $8m for 10%, if we farmed out 40%, the minimum a Major would accept as operator, we could be looking at just over £20m /10p Even if we farmed out at a discount to the Africa Energy deal, …
Milestone (MSG), up 7.5% to 1.08p, has announced the signing of a cooperation agreement with the Social Stock Exchange specifically aimed at generating revenues, building membership and raising the profile of both organisations. …
Agreed, they need to deliver this time, there can be no excuses, the timing could not be better currently. It is self evident there is an appetite for deals in Namibia. . The value of BoD's 40% holding has reduced dramatically over the years, so …
LONDON: In what could be one of the biggest deals in the global FMCG sector, consumer goods giant Procter & Gamble is rumoured to be lining up a 38 billion bid for its biggest rival Unilever. Wild rumours are doing the rounds that Procter & …
We discussed how GBP/JPY and GBP/USD were at critical levels yesterday; today, they appear to be failing in their breakout attempts. - Q3'16 US GDP is likely to be above +2% annualized ('Goldilocks'-ish), but it's a stark deceleration …