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  • Business
    Evening Standard

    FTSE 100 Live 29 May: Blue-chips slide, Ocado and St James' Place in for relegation

    Royal Mail owner IDS today backed a £3.5 billion takeover by Czech billionaire Daniel Kretinsky. The agreement with West Ham part-owner Kretinsky follows his company’s undertakings to protect Royal Mail’s “critical functions”. In other City developments, BHP was turned down when it asked to extend the Anglo American bid timeline and Pets at Home has posted lower profits.

  • Business
    Simply Wall St.

    Bank Of Nova Scotia And Two Other TSX Dividend Stocks To Consider

    As global markets navigate through evolving economic landscapes, the Canadian market remains a focal point for investors seeking stability and growth amidst broader international trends. With ongoing advancements in artificial intelligence and shifting leadership within sectors, the emphasis on diversification becomes increasingly pertinent. In this context, dividend stocks like Bank of Nova Scotia present an appealing option for those looking to balance their portfolios with investments that...

  • Business
    Simply Wall St.

    Exploring Three TSX Growth Companies With High Insider Ownership

    As the global markets navigate through a phase of technological advancements and AI-driven growth, the Canadian market remains a pivotal player with promising prospects. Amidst this broader economic backdrop, companies with high insider ownership in Canada stand out as they often signal strong commitment from those at the helm, potentially aligning management’s interests with that of shareholders especially in times of market volatility and expansive growth phases.