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City A.M.

Mountain View, CA, United States

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Past articles by Lucy:

Meet the man who's floating the Spotify of stock exchanges

The City has changed since Alasdair Haynes took his initial steps in as a young trader. → Read More

RBS boss Ross McEwan is 'confident' the bank will pass stress tests and could have news on a dividend by August

Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS)'s chief executive Ross McEwan has today given a strong hint that the bank will be able to resume paying dividends within → Read More

M&S bosses lose out on bonuses after a year of disappointing profits

Bosses at Marks & Spencer (M&S) have lost out on their bonuses, after the retailer's remuneration committee decided that profits generated over → Read More

Media group Ascential sees its its share price plummet after a advertising titans fail to spend at Cannes Lions

Media company Ascential, which runs fashion show Pure London and news publication Retail Week, saw its shares sink by more than five per cent this morning → Read More

EU warns on increased cocaine availability as it hits highest purity in a decade in Europe

An EU watchdog has warned today that increased amounts of cocaine, at the highest purity at street-level seen in a decade, are flooding Europe. → Read More

Hedge fund tycoon Alan Howard brushes off poor performance with impressive rally in the AH Fund

Hedge fund billionaire Alan Howard, the co-founder of Brevan Howard, has made an impressive comeback after a lengthy spell of lacklustre performance. → Read More

Fund management giant Invesco scoops up London software and robo-advice firm Intelliflo in £200m deal

Fund management giant Invesco today scooped up Intelliflo, a software business serving financial advisers, for around £200m, City A.M. understands. → Read More

Petropavlovsk's largest shareholder Kenges Rakishev urges fellow investors to oust the board saying their mentality is 'totally opaque'

The largest shareholder of embattled gold miner Petropavlovsk has today written a letter to his fellow investors, urging them to oust the current board → Read More

RPC share price nosedives 15 per cent as cash flow and quality concerns outweigh decent results

Plastics company RPC suffered a beating on the stock market this morning, as its shares slid more than 15 per cent on the open after it released full-year → Read More

Small UK company gets one step closer to nuclear fusion breakthrough as it heats plasma to more than 15m degrees Celsius

A small UK company which is aiming to revolutionise power generation through cracking nuclear fusion has today come one step closer. → Read More

Another US hedgie is coming to London as Hudson Bay Capital plans to open an office in the capital

US hedge fund Hudson Bay Capital is coming to London to expand its activity in Europe, City A.M. understands. → Read More

The value of UK companies sold by overseas owners hit a record high of £6.9bn in the first quarter

Overseas owners sold eight UK companies in deals worth a combined £6.9bn over the first quarter of this year – the highest value on record. → Read More

The Sultan of Brunei has made his first investment in a UK listed company, ploughing £20m into Graze backer Draper Esprit

The Sultan of Brunei, Hassanal Bolkiah, has made his first investment in a UK listed company, writing a £20m cheque for venture capital firm Draper → Read More

Services PMI: The UK's services sector outperformed expectations last month, though disappointing new work inflows cast a cloud

The UK economy may indeed be on track to rebound in the second quarter of this year, as a closely watched index today revealed that the services sector → Read More

Johnston Press's share price sinks as investors kept waiting on debt restructuring

Johnston Press, owner of newspapers including The i and The Yorkshire Post, saw its shares tumble by more than six per cent this morning as it released → Read More

Stobart has confirmed that its ex-CEO and Woodford are trying to make billionaire Philip Day chairman

Stobart Group, the owner of London Southend Airport, has this morning confirmed that shareholders including its former chief executive and Woodford Investment → Read More

The government is selling off 7.7 per cent of its stake in RBS overnight to take the bank one step closer to privatisation

The government has kicked off the second sale of its stake in Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS), announcing it will dump 7.7 per cent of the bailed-out bank → Read More

Two of Europe's largest payments businesses, Nets and Concardis, to merge in a multi-billion pound deal

After a flurry of private equity interest in the sector, two of Europe's largest payments businesses – Nets and Concardis – are to merge in a multi-billion → Read More

Boardroom row at Stobart escalates as ex-CEO Tinkler accuses fellow directors of defamation

A boardroom row at Stobart, the owner of London Southend Airport, has escalated this morning as the company's former chief executive accused his fellow → Read More

Livingstone Holdings, a software business which actually manages other businesses' software usage, has just been bought by Carlyle for £50m

Private equity giant Carlyle has today scooped up software company Livingstone Holdings, in a deal worth around £50m. → Read More