Tracey Boles

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Tracey Boles is news editor at City A.M.

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BP has become the latest energy company to benefit from the recent rebound in oil prices, tripling its first quarter profits [...]

3 May
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THE UK is the midst of a gin renaissance. Last year, gin sales at home and abroad smashed all records. In the UK, sales broke [...]

2 May
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LONDON & Partners may not be a household name but it has a big job: as the mayor of London’s international promotional [...]

2 May
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UNILEVER chief executive Paul Polman has been known to quote a Dutch proverb, “Don’t talk, but clean”, to explain his self-confessed [...]

18 April
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Britain's engineers have long had a gold-plated reputation. As the UK gears up for a raft of infrastructure projects from new [...]

10 April
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As Britain gears up for a nuclear power renaissance, the spotlight has moved from the new £18bn reactors at Hinkley Point C [...]

4 April
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RBS is set to rack up legal costs estimated at more than £125m defending a case brought by shareholders hit hard by the bank’s [...]

3 April
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A smooth exit from the EU and the rights of EU workers in the UK were among the dominant concerns of City and business groups [...]

29 March
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DUKEMOUNT Capital, a property services company aimed at institutional investors, is listing on the London Stock Exchange today. [...]

29 March
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The London Stock Exchange, beating heart of the City, enables companies from around the world to raise money from outside investors. [...]

27 March
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Corporate governance, which often makes headlines for the wrong reasons, is having a bigger impact on company reputation than [...]

21 March
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Since Sergei Magnitsky was killed in a Russian jail in 2009, financier Bill Browder has campaigned vociferously to bring those [...]

20 March
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Prime Minister Theresa May has talked tough on foreign takeovers and raised the prospect of a beefed-up national interest policy [...]

15 March
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PREMIERSHIP Rugby stakeholders are being urged to back a deal crucial for both Gloucester Rugby Club and investment in the wider [...]

12 March
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Chancellor Philip Hammond delivered several blows to the self-employed yesterday, but they're not the only group impacted.  [...]

9 March
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