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Articles from City AM (London, England) (June 28, 2019)

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A Brexit delay gives you time to get your ducks in a row; It's not all doom and gloom - there's an upside to the ongoing political uncertainty. 526
Accenture takes booking hit but results impress. 195
Accident at Glencore mine kills at least 41 in southeast Congo. 162
Advertisers at risk amid brand safety concerns. 174
At last, a sensible immigration plan - and it comes from Boris. 766
Autonomy finance chief 'too scared' to face calls. 348
B&Q owner Kingfisher swoops for Carrefour exec in turnaround push. 190
Bayer cleans up share price after it unveils plans to tackle legal fight. 206
BEST OF THE BROKERS. 364
BEST OF TWITTER; LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. Letter to the editor 124
Boots reports a drop in UK revenue amid ongoing tough conditions. 194
CANARY IN THE GOLD MINE; FOCUS ON CANARY WHARF. 576
CITY AM CLUB PARTNER SPOTLIGHT; Drive a Lambo around the UK thanks to Dream Collection and the City A.M. Club. 464
CITY MOVES WHO'S SWITCHING JOBS. 421
Developers face crackdown over help to buy rules. 287
Entrepreneurs deserve a free market, not student loan giveaways from Jeremy Hunt. 549
Eurostar chair to take the reins at transport group Go-Ahead. 155
Ex-UBS banker and accomplice get three years for insider dealing. 129
FTSE 100 slips on uncertain US trade prospects; LONDON REPORT. 327
Glorious looks set to Star on Newmarket's July Course. 347
GREEN WINGS IN THE CITY; Robert Sinclair says London City Airport is staying grounded in sustainability as it expands further. 627
Greene King posts robust full-year sales growth despite a wet spring. Financial report 212
H&M summer collection sales boost shares. 131
HOTPROPERTY. 515
Hunt lays into Johnson over Brexit claims as race for No. 10 heats up. 240
Labour party antisemitism row deepens. 190
Lebedev papers face probe over Saudi investor. 284
LIONESSES ROAR; Bronze stars as England power past Norway and into the World Cup semi-finals, writes Felix Keith. 639
Old meets new on Arlington Ave; No need to trade the mod cons of a new build when you're buying a period property, says Steve Irish. 440
Pendragon boss leaves after just three months. 292
PLAY OF THE WEEK. 1898
Police find 'nothing suspicious' in emergency Stansted landing. 146
Premier Oil makes a splash as it raises Mexican offshore estimate. 158
Prendergast is still Mad for it at 86 years old; Bill Esdaile previews the best of the action from the Curragh and Newmarket. 590
PROBLEMS PILE UP FOR CAR MAKERS. 438
PS I have a friend who is obsessed with Tbilisi[...]. 112
PS I'm planning to disappear for most [...]. 185
Reassure seeks new life with a PS3.3bn float plan. 352
REGENT'S CRESCENT IS FIT FOR A KING; Built to the plans of famous architect John Nash, this new build is already a Grade-I listed building, says Laura Ivill. 565
S&P 500 rises on investor optimism; NEW YORK REPORT. 308
Scattered to the data winds; LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. Letter to the editor 298
Should 160,000 Tories pick a Prime Minister for the rest of us? Yes. 336
Should London follow Berlin and introduce rent freezing? DEBATE. 374
Staffline falls to loss with wage probe looming. 268
Superdry delays results after warning on profit. 224
TAKE SOME TIME TO STUDY THE PLATE AND YOU'LL BE BACKING PROSCHEMA; Bill Esdaile previews tomorrow's card at Newcastle. 704
TFL revises rules for 'absurd' junk food advert ban. 309
The next PM must put trade at the UK's heart; THE CITY VIEW. 401
UK consumer confidence slumps in June to reach a 'new normal' level. 179
Unite Group finds the cost of Liberty is PS1.4bn as it buys rival digs firm. 171
Value of house purchase loans edges up between April and May. 140
We need a better way to track the value of business to society. 806
WHAT THE OTHER PAPERS SAY THIS MORNING. 440
Win streak helps Serco raise its sights despite Babcock offer fail. 195

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