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UBS highlights banks, consumer durables stocks on 'buy' list

LIVE MARKETS-UBS highlights banks, consumer durables stocks on 'buy' list STOXX 600 up 0.6% Financials top positive weight U.S. Q4 GDP data in focus Wall Street futures inch higher Welcome to the home for real-time coverage of markets brought to you by Reuters reporters. You can share your thoughts with us at markets.research@thomsonreuters.com UBS HIGHLIGHTS BANKS, CONSUMER DURABLES STOCKS ON 'BUY' LIST (1404 GMT) Stock-pickers have their work cut out in 2023, grappling with big themes like div
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Tesco Bank offers staff 1,250 pound 'cost of living' payment

Tesco Bank offers staff 1,250 pound 'cost of living' payment LONDON, Jan 19 (Reuters) - Tesco Bank, owned by Britain’s biggest supermarket chain Tesco TSCO.L , said on Thursday it agreed to give around 3,400 members of staff a 1,250 pound ($1,540.63) pay increase to help them deal with the increased cost of living. The bank, which has been around since 1997, said over 90% of the its workforce were eligible for the extra pay which was effective from Jan.
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British Business - Dec 19

Dec 18 (Reuters) - The following are the top stories on the business pages of British newspapers. Reuters has not verified these stories and does not vouch for their accuracy. The Times A trade union representing 23,000 Lloyds Banking Group LLOY.L staff has called for a robust investigation into the disclosure of confidential information about the bank by the partner of its head of group pensions.
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Lloyds hires ING tech boss as operations head

LONDON, Dec 15 (Reuters) - Britain's biggest domestic bank Lloyds LLOY.L has hired ING's INGA.AS technology chief to run its operations, Lloyds said on Thursday. Ron van Kemenade will join Lloyds as group chief operating officer in June next year, the British bank said. Van Kemenade will be charged with helping Lloyds CEO Charlie Nunn deliver his strategy to digitise the bank and boost fee income in areas including wealth management.
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HSBC to stop funding new oil and gas fields as part of policy overhaul

* Policy will apply to projects approved after end-2021 * Seeks more information on climate plans from companies * New policy also covers biomass, nuclear, coal, hydrogen By Lawrence White and Simon Jessop LONDON, Dec 14 (Reuters) - HSBC HSBA.L will stop funding new oil and gas fields and expect more information from energy clients over their plans to cut carbon emissions, the banking giant said on Wednesday, as part of a wider update of its sector policy.
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UK sets out financial regulation reforms, including review of accountability rules

* Britain says high standards will be maintained * UK flags reviews in financial-crisis era reforms * London faces new competition from EU centres * Consultation on digital pound planned By Huw Jones LONDON, Dec 9 (Reuters) - Britain set out a raft of measures on Friday to bolster the City of London's role as a global financial centre, under strain since Brexit ushered in new competition from Amsterdam, Paris and Frankfurt.
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Britain urges banks to offer mortgage flexibility in cost-of-living crisis

By Huw Jones and Iain Withers LONDON, Dec 7 (Reuters) - Britain has called on banks to support households finding it difficult to make payments on mortgages during the cost of living crisis. Finance minister Jeremy Hunt told banking bosses at a meeting on Wednesday he expected them to help borrowers, while the Financial Conduct Authority laid out options the regulator said lenders should adopt to ease the strain.
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Banks face 6% capital hike from remaining Basel rules, says Bank of England

LONDON, Dec 7 (Reuters) - Applying the remaining set of global bank capital rules in Britain will increase capital requirements by about 6% by the end of the decade, the Bank of England said on Wednesday. The initial batch of Basel III rules from the Basel Committee of banking regulators from the world's main financial centres, were rolled out in the aftermath of the global financial crisis over a decade ago when taxpayers had to bail out undercapitalised lenders.
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Financial Times - Dec 2

Dec 2 (Reuters) - The following are the top stories in the Financial Times. Reuters has not verified these stories and does not vouch for their accuracy. Headlines - Brussels seeks deal on $60 global price cap for Russian oil - Lloyds pension plan sold billions of assets during gilts crisis - Next buys Joules out of administration for 34 million pounds Overview - Brussels is pushing European Union member states to agree on a $60 a barrel price cap on global purchases of Russian oil.
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NatWest lifts staff pay after cost of living backlash

By Iain Withers LONDON, Dec 1 (Reuters) - NatWest NWG.L has offered the bulk of its 41,500 staff in Britain a pay rise and one-off cash sum to help them cope with soaring prices, after a backlash from some employees who missed out on a pay boost for lower-paid workers earlier this year. Companies across Britain are grappling with how much to increase salaries by as the end of the year nears and when inflation is at a 41-year high of 11.1%.
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Bank of England consults on remaining Basel bank capital rules

LONDON, Nov 30 (Reuters) - The Bank of England confirmed on Wednesday that the rollout of remaining global bank capital rules would start in January 2025, with smaller lenders not required to apply them. Known as Basel III, the rules were agreed globally after taxpayers had to bail out undercapitalised lenders in the global financial crisis over a decade ago.
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Britain to allow banks to take on more risk to stay competitive

By Huw Jones, Iain Withers and Lawrence White LONDON, Nov 29 (Reuters) - Britain will change its rulebook to allow banks to take more risks to help to keep the City of London's status as a leading global financial centre, a government minister said on Tuesday. The City of London was largely cut off from the European Union by Brexit and faces greater competition from centres like Paris and Frankfurt, as well as longstanding rivals like New York and Singapore.
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UK says will allow banks to take more risk to stay competitive

By Huw Jones, Iain Withers and Lawrence White LONDON, Nov 29 (Reuters) - Britain will change its rulebook to allow banks to take more risks in order to keep the City of London a leading global financial centre, a government minister said on Tuesday. The City was largely cut off from the European Union by Brexit and faces greater competition from centres like Paris and Frankfurt, as well as longstanding rivals like New York and Singapore.
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Bankers pour cold water on red hot coal

* Coal miners struggling to fund expansion plans * Thermal coal costs more than coking coal after price surge * Most Western bankers pulling back from coal industry By Sarah McFarlane and Clara Denina LONDON, Nov 24 (Reuters) - It's the best of times, it's the worst of times. At least when it comes to mining coal. After years of decline, demand for the polluting fossil fuel has surged this year as Europe scrambles to replace Russian gas, and coal miners are making money hand over fist.
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As recession looms, British business sends out lending SOS

* Credit more costly, on tighter terms as banks weigh risks * Some business owners using own money to bridge gaps * Funding crunch may deliver new economic blow to Britain (Updates with budget detail, reaction) By Sinead Cruise, Iain Withers and Lawrence White LONDON, Nov 17 (Reuters) - As inflation rockets and recession looms, many British businesses are struggling to secure affordable bank finance, piling pressure on the embattled UK government as it unveiled a budget aimed at reviving the eco
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Britain to help insurers invest in economy, trims bank tax rate

By Huw Jones, Iain Withers and Carolyn Cohn LONDON, Nov 17 (Reuters) - Britain set out more plans on Thursday to help make it the world's most competitive financial centre by easing capital rules for insurers, trimming a tax rate for banks, and promising to review all financial rules from the European Union. Leaving the EU allows Britain to write its own financial rules and its parliament is already approving a law to help its financial services and markets keep pace with other international hub
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As recession looms, British business sends out lending SOS

* Credit more costly, on tighter terms as banks weigh risks * Some business owners using own money to bridge gaps * Funding crunch may deliver new economic blow to Britain By Sinead Cruise, Iain Withers and Lawrence White LONDON, Nov 17 (Reuters) - As inflation rockets and recession looms, many British businesses are struggling to secure affordable bank finance, piling pressure on the embattled UK government as it unveils a budget aimed at reviving the economy.
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Financial Times - Nov 17

Nov 17 (Reuters) - The following are the top stories in the Financial Times. Reuters has not verified these stories and does not vouch for their accuracy. Headlines - Newport Wafer Fab's sale to Nexperia blocked by UK ministers - Jaguar Land Rover chief to step down - UK awards 1.6 billion pound Royal Navy contract to Spanish-led consortium - Lloyds considers improving service and redress for wealthier customers Overview - The UK government has opted to block the sale of Newport Wafer Fab to Chi
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UK banks say consumer safeguard could backfire in cost of living crisis

By Huw Jones LONDON, Nov 16 (Reuters) - Britain's banks are proactively helping customers hit by the cost of living crisis, but implementing a new "consumer duty" on time could exclude vulnerable consumers from help, banking industry body UK Finance said on Wednesday. Consumers are grappling with inflation at a 41-year high of more than 11%, higher energy and food prices, and more Bank of England interest rate rises anticipated.
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Financial Times - Nov 16

Nov 16 (Reuters) - The following are the top stories in the Financial Times. Reuters has not verified these stories and does not vouch for their accuracy. Headlines - Lloyds hires HSBC executive Chirantan Barua as CEO of insurance businesses - Sanjeev Gupta's Liberty Steel nears deal with creditors led by Credit Suisse - UK council tax caps to be eased amid local authority funding crisis - Germany finishes construction of its first LNG import terminal Overview - Lloyds Banking Group LLOY.L has a
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