Jessica Morris, City A.M.

Jessica Morris

City A.M.

United Kingdom

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Past articles by Jessica:

Royal London attacks Sports Direct over corporate governance issues ahead of AGM

Two major investment firms are set to join a revolt against Sports Direct’s corporate governance at a crunch AGM on Wednesday. → Read More

Brexit creates fresh wave of uncertainty for Hinkley Point

EDF's plans to build an £18bn nuclear power plant at Hinkley Point in Somerset will be subject to a fresh wave of uncertainty following Brexit. → Read More

Brits unexpectedly back Brexit as sterling suffers historic overnight crash

The pound haemorrhaged this morning as panic gripped financial markets, a reaction to the increasing likelihood that Britain will leave the European → Read More

Doha oil production freeze talks end with no agreement, investors watch for movement in the oil price

Talks between oil cartel Opec and non-Opec countries in Doha to try and reach a deal on an oil production freeze have ended without agreement, potentially → Read More

Ex-Shell boss says time "ripe" for oil majors to eye alternative energy

The former boss of Royal Dutch Shell believes that the time is ripe for oil majors to invest in alternative energies. → Read More

Black Friday UK 2015: What is Civilised Saturday?

Last year, US import Black Friday bought chao to Britain’s high streets. → Read More

Glencore turns to Libyan oil to shore up balance sheet

Glencore has clinched a deal to buy around half of the oil Libya is currently exporting, as part of the mining and commodities trader's bid to turn its → Read More

The global tax report 2015 by Knight Frank and EY: Shanghai and Monaco are where foreign investors are offered the lowest property costs and taxation

International investors buying foreign property can get the lowest costs in Shanghai, according to a new report. → Read More

November Spending Review 2015: Chancellor George Osborne to say basic state pension will rise by the most in 15 years in 2016

The basic state pension is set to rise the most in real terms since 2001, according to media reports. → Read More

German utility RWE could sell off Npower

German utility company could sell off Npower if it can't find a way to turn the struggling business around. → Read More

Greek debt crisis: Final decision to unlock more cash due on Monday when the European Stability Mechanism board meets

Remember the Greek debt crisis? → Read More

Cisco share price rises as it snaps up London-based software company Acano for $700m

London-based conferencing software company Acano is to be snapped up by US tech company Cisco Systems for a cool $700m (£459m). → Read More

Abercrombie share price soars as third quarter profit more than doubles

Shares in Abercrombie & Fitch were up 17. → Read More

Jobs saved as part of collapsed steel firm Caparo sold off

Part of the collapsed steel firm Caparo has been sold off safeguarding the jobs of 76 employees, its administrators PWC said today. → Read More

UK government borrowing for October worst in six years ahead of Autumn Statement

The government has reported its worst borrowing figures in around six years, providing a gloomy backdrop to the widely anticipated spending review next → Read More

South East and London: These regions feel most confident about house price growth according to Knight Frank and Markit Economics

Homeowners in the South East and London think they're sitting on the property equivalent of a gold mine. → Read More

Euro falls as European Central Bank boss Mario Draghi hints at rate cut and changes to QE ... again

Dovish coos from European Central Bank boss Mario Draghi has sent the euro low against the dollar . → Read More

ABN Amro share price rises after it sets IPO price at €17.75 per share

Bailed-out Dutch bank ABN Amro has priced its initial public offering at €17. → Read More

Saudi Arabia's oil minister Ali al-Naimi calls for more investment in the oil industry

Saudi Arabia's oil minister, Ali al-Naimi, has warned investment in the oil industry must keep pace with forecasts for future demand to ensure the stability → Read More

Lonmin share price falls as shareholders approve crucial rescue plan

Investors in embattled platinum miner Lonmin today provisionally approved a rescue plan enabling the embattled platinum miner to raise $407m through → Read More