Callum Keown

(Staff)

Reporter at City A.M. covering markets and exchanges, pharmaceuticals, science, chemicals and agriculture.

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March 2019 articles

Provident Financial urged shareholders to reject the “risky and flawed” £1.3bn bid from rival Non-Standard Finance (NSF) [...]

24 March

Brexit secretary Stephen Barclay has warned the risk of a general election could be escalated if MPs vote for a softer Brexit [...]

24 March

Deutsche Bank has fallen below its US rivals in a ranking of investment banks in Europe, adding to the under-fire German lender’s [...]

21 March

The City’s financial services firms have moved around £1 trillion of assets to Europe as the sector puts Brexit contingency [...]

21 March

More than 1,000 EU firms have taken up the UK’s offer of continued access to the City in the event of a no-deal Brexit. [...]

21 March

A no deal Brexit would "very significantly" hurt the EU, outgoing Barclays chairman John McFarlane warned. [...]

21 March

Government borrowing has fallen to a fresh 17-year low so far this financial year as the UK's strong labour market saw income [...]

21 March

The Bank of England must hold interest rates as Brexit uncertainty looks set to continue beyond 29 March, City economists have [...]

20 March

London fintech unicorn Oaknorth more than trebled profits last year and grew its loan facilities to £2.2bn as the challenger [...]

20 March

Pan-European trading platform Aquis Exchange has gone live with its Paris hub and said it would now stay open permanently “whatever [...]

20 March

The National Portrait Gallery has dropped a £1m donation from a family embroiled in the US opioid crisis. [...]

20 March

The UK inflation rate edged up from two-year lows last month as food and alcohol prices rose. [...]

20 March

Clydesdale and Yorkshire bank owner CYBG has increased its business banking fees to remain “competitive” just weeks after [...]

19 March

Barclays has issued a plea to shareholders to reject Ed Bramson’s bid for a seat on the board, warning his presence would be [...]

19 March

The world’s largest interdealer broker TP Icap has revealed plans to move staff out of the City in the event of a no-deal Brexit. [...]

19 March