Статьи, помеченные тэгом ‘British government’

Santander wants to buy 300 branches RBS for 2 billion euros

Friday, June 18th, 2010

Spanish bank Banco Santander confirmed its intention to acquire 300 branches of the British Royal Bank of Scotland. Tender for the purchase of these branches was announced at the request of the British Government in exchange for financial support of the bank. As said in a press release, the Spanish company, the buyer in a possible deal would serve the British unit of Santander UK. At the same time in Santander declined to possible completion of the tender RBS.

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Dow Jones Industrial growth may be changed by a sharp collapse

Tuesday, June 8th, 2010

Dow Jones Industrial Average crossed the mark of 9,885 points. The growth of Dow Jones index is 0,72%. Today’s trading still remains dangerous for the Dow Jones Industrial. Stock trades in the U.S. on June 8 opened mostly higher after sell-leading indexes the previous day. June 7, at the background of a significant collapse of the euro against the dollar on U.S. trading floors was recorded indices to fall to their lowest in seven months marks.

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Forecast – euro dollar exchange rate decreases

Monday, May 24th, 2010

Exchange rate euro can not be restored next week in a row. Another series of offerings of U.S. Treasury could support dollar this week. Thus, the euro-dollar on Monday morning fell by almost two figures from the opening at around 1.2563 to 1.2375 minimum, thereby returning to a designated earlier range of 1.21-1.24. The dollar strengthened across currencies except the yen, while, judging by evrovym crosses, the euro is falling even faster pace.

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Dow Jones Industrial Average cautiously sat

Tuesday, May 11th, 2010

In early trading the stock market declined, but then began to rise, the index Dow Jones Industrial Average played its fall 100 points on projections that the new British government will be able to reduce the budget deficit in the country, which is slightly weakened fears that the situation in the European economy will worsen.

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David Cameron became Prime Minister of Great Britain

Tuesday, May 11th, 2010

David Cameron became the new Prime Minister of Great Britain. Queen Elizabeth II appointed to this position the leader of the Conservative Party in accordance with the recommendations of retired Gordon Brown. After a 13-year domination of the Labour Party in British politics to the Conservatives returned to power. Their leader, David Cameron has already been adopted as the new Queen Elizabeth II at Buckingham Palace.

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British Prime-minister Gordon Brown has lost voter’s confidence

Thursday, April 29th, 2010

British Prime-minister Gordon Brown disgraced on the eve of elections. That incident may impact his election campaign and his career in British government. Meantime the name of ordinary British woman Gillian Duffy has become famous all over the UK.

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The myth about Loch Ness monster is officially exposed

Wednesday, April 28th, 2010

The x-files for a long time had been being under the secret recently have been presented at the exhibition in Edinburgh (Scotland). They contain the whole truth about famous Loch Ness monster. Papers are dated of 1930s.

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Israeli attache is expelled from Great Britain

Wednesday, March 24th, 2010

The Israeli attaché expelled from Great Britain is one of the main cooperators of Mossad intelligence. He has worked in Israeli Embassy in London. British authorities consider him to take part in document’s affair while killing one of the HAMAS leaders Mahmoud al-Mabuhay in Dubai in January, 2010.

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European Union celebrates first day of Treaty of Lisbon

Wednesday, December 2nd, 2009

After years of political uncertainty the Treaty of Lisbon signed by EU leaders in December 2007 is finally in force. The treaty is said to cut the number of national vetoes, mainly in the area of internal affairs and justice, and to increase powers of the European Court of Justice, MEPs and the Commission. It also creates the position of EU President and foreign minister. Herman Van Rompuy and Baroness Catherine Ashton who have been appointed to the posts joined other EU officials on celebrations in Lisbon.

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