New York NYE revelers warned to wear thermals

Thousands collected in New York’s Times Square some-more than 12 hours before the midnight countdown to 2018 NYPD is warning revelers to wear additional thermals, hats and gloves or risk frostbite and hypothermia It could be one of the coldest celebrations on record with temperatures approaching to dump to about 10 degrees Fahrenheit in Times Square Freezing cold weather is also …

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Auckland kicks off New Year celebrations to ring in 2018

Millions of people around the universe are celebrating the start of the new year with elaborate fireworks displays.  Capital cities opposite Europe have now welcomed in the New Year, with fireworks displays seen in Athens, Berlin, Paris and Rome. Greece was one of the first nations in Europe to acquire the New Year, with the bells for 2018 toll at …

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Goldman bankers’ tax-beating reward payday

By Alex Hawkes, Financial Mail on Sunday and Jamie Nimmo For The Mail On Sunday Published: 18:12 EST, 30 Dec 2017 | Updated: 11:09 EST, 31 Dec 2017 e-mail 7 View comments Payout: Goldman paid its bonuses early this year Goldman Sachs has paid an early reward to 300 investment bankers, saving it $150 million (£110million) in tax. The Wall …

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NEIL CRAVEN: The high street will see thespian change

My prophecy for the coming year: the next 12 months will be a watershed moment for the high street. In fact, that moment may already be here. Its attainment has been delayed but painfully inevitable. Most of the saurian beasts that live the sell zone went into – and came out of – the mercantile predicament in 2009 with one …

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ANOTHER nuclear energy plant is enerting financial meltdown

By Neil Craven for The Mail on Sunday Published: 18:16 EST, 30 Dec 2017 | Updated: 11:33 EST, 31 Dec 2017 e-mail 7 View comments The company behind one of Britain’s biggest nuclear appetite projects has plunged to a £266 million detriment citing ‘uncertainties’ over its future and the viability of essential technology. Japanese organisation Toshiba pronounced the outrageous detriment …

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DAILY BRIEFING: Holiday user Sunspot Tours may be sold

By City Finance Reporter for the Daily Mail Published: 16:50 EST, 31 Dec 2017 | Updated: 16:50 EST, 31 Dec 2017 e-mail View comments HOT SPOT The family behind holiday user Sunspot Tours are in line for a £50million payout amid reports of a intensity sale. The company, which is formed in Sevenoaks, Kent, is owned by Martin Bugeja, 60, …

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Scooter mothers’ £2.3m payday

By City Finance Reporter for the Daily Mail Published: 16:50 EST, 31 Dec 2017 | Updated: 16:50 EST, 31 Dec 2017 e-mail View comments Anna Gibson and Philippa Gogarty founded Micro Scooters in 2004 after spotting one in their internal park Two mothers who cashed in on the mountainous recognition of scooters for both adults and children have paid themselves …

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Bank of England considers rising own digital currency

By City Finance Reporter for the Daily Mail Published: 16:50 EST, 31 Dec 2017 | Updated: 16:50 EST, 31 Dec 2017 e-mail 7 View comments The Bank of England has set up a investigate multiplication looking at how it can get concerned with digital currencies such as bitcoin and the record behind them. It is exploring the probability of rising …

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TRADER TIPS: Experts contend buy Summit Therapeutics

By City Finance Reporter for the Daily Mail Published: 16:50 EST, 31 Dec 2017 | Updated: 16:50 EST, 31 Dec 2017 e-mail View comments Panmure Gordon has endorsed drugs expansion organisation Summit Therapeutics BUY THIS: Summit Therapeutics   Analysts at Panmure Gordon have endorsed drugs expansion organisation Summit Therapeutics as a ‘buy’ after it snapped up Cambridge rival Discuva for £10million. …

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Trump strike on Wall Street sees bonuses rocket

By Hannah Uttley For The Daily Mail Published: 16:51 EST, 31 Dec 2017 | Updated: 16:51 EST, 31 Dec 2017 e-mail 2 View comments US bankers are set to come up trumps as Wall Street prepares to dash out on fender bonuses for 2017. With payouts up to 20 per cent aloft than their European counterparts, it is a certain …

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Failed wholesaler P&H £3.4m loan to go unpaid

By City Finance Reporter for the Daily Mail Published: 16:51 EST, 31 Dec 2017 | Updated: 16:51 EST, 31 Dec 2017 e-mail 1 View comments Loan row: Wholesaler Palmer Harvey fell into administration in November Directors at unsuccessful wholesaler Palmer Harvey changed the terms of a £3.4million loan that meant it would not have to be repaid if the organisation went …

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Barbour’s increase soar on a Royal call of support

By City Finance Reporter for the Daily Mail Published: 16:51 EST, 31 Dec 2017 | Updated: 16:51 EST, 31 Dec 2017 e-mail 1 View comments Profits at outside wear tradesman Barbour are sepulchral as some-more people snap up its waxed jackets lucky by the Queen and Duchess of Cambridge. Barbour was founded in 1894 in the North East, primarily selling …

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Big Ben to tumble wordless again after toll in the New Year as construction resumes

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Armed cops in London and Edinburgh ensure hundreds of thousands merrymaking to see in the New Year

ARMED police and SAS snipers have been deployed to strengthen New Year revellers in London and Edinburgh from ISIS-inspired terror attacks. An army of officers are patrolling the streets of the collateral cities as hundreds of thousands of people group to landmarks to watch the fireworks. Armed police unit bustling open areas around Westminster Fences and automobile barriers have been …

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