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En los últimos meses el sector bancario se ha convertido en uno de los grandes líderes en rentabilidad por dividendo en Europa y en España, pero si lo ha conseguido ha sido a golpe de caídas en el precio de la acción más que por unas perspectivas de retribución consistentes. A medida que la su...

Los dividendos esperados de la banca en el trienio caen un 20% en 12 meses.

El Corte Inglés vuelve a cambiar de rumbo apenas un año después del nombramiento de Jesús Nuño de la Rosa como nuevo presidente de la compañía en sustitución de Dimas Gimeno. El grupo está ultimando la designación en un consejo de administración, que se celebrará con toda probabilidad en julio...

Marta Álvarez será la nueva presidenta de El Corte Inglés.

A través de un borrador que ha sido entregado a distintos dirigentes y jefes de organismos -y al que accedió La Tercera- se hacen propuestas en siete áreas: Ley Orgánica del Congreso, Poder Judicial, Contraloría General de la República, Tribunal Constitucional, Consejo de Defensa del Estado, A...

Los 26 cambios que propone el borrador de Chadwick para alcanzar un "acuerdo nacional" que reforme las instituciones

YPF: los legisladores que votaron a favor de la expropiación en 2012

YPF: los legisladores que votaron a favor de la expropiación en 2012

Imperfecta, ridiculizada, temida: la propuesta de Facebook para lanzar una nueva moneda virtual ha provocado respuestas negativas. ¿Pero podría...

El asalto frontal de Facebook a las finanzas

Los bancos españoles han pagado 5.000 millones por la ruptura de acuerdos de bancaseguros provocada por el estallido de las cajas de ahorro. La...

La banca paga 5.000 millones por romper los pactos de bancaseguros

A través de una historia en su instagram oficial la app de delivery confirmó la noticia.

Cornershop concreta su arribo a Canadá tras el fracaso de operación con Walmart

Llega una misión del FMI para ver a los candidatos de la oposición

Llega una misión del FMI para ver a los candidatos de la oposición

Second incident in a week causes delays and diversions at one of Asia’s busiest airline hubs

Drone sightings disrupt flights at Singapore's Changi airport

The extradition bill, exorbitant house prices and high cost of living are driving a rise in emigration

‘We have no other choice’: as China erodes democracy Hong Kong citizens prepare to leave

Airbus is shutting a UK subsidiary that has been investigated for bribery in Saudi Arabia in a move that could potentially allow the company to avoid criminal charges over the matter.

Airbus could avoid criminal charges by shutting UK firm

Ireland is facing demands from six fellow EU countries to set out detailed plans for how it will manage a no-deal Brexit as fears grow in Brussels that such an exit may be unavoidable, The Telegraph can reveal.

Ireland under EU pressure to lay out plans for border as fears mount that no-deal Brexit is unavoidable

WASHINGTON - President Donald Trump sees the United States as being in a position of strength in its trade dispute with China and would be comfortable no matter how his meeting this weekend with Chinese president Xi Jinping turns out, said a senior administration official on Monday (June 24).<...

Trump believes US in strong position in trade war, 'comfortable with any outcome' of Xi meeting at G-20

This comes after last month's move by the US to put China's Huawei Technologies on an export blacklist.

Supercomputing is latest front in US-China high-tech battle

Bitcoin is up 170 percent for the year, suggesting investors have shed some of the skepticism that took hold after the bitcoin bubble burst in 2018.

Facebook's Libra helps power Bitcoin to a 15-month high.

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Second incident in a week causes delays and diversions at one of Asia’s busiest airline hubs

Country:United Kingdom by The Guardian on The Guardian Published: 25/06/19

Ireland is facing demands from six fellow EU countries to set out detailed plans for how it will manage a no-deal Brexit as fears grow in Brussels that such an exit may be unavoidable, The Telegraph can reveal.

Country:United Kingdom by The Telegraph on The Telegraph Published: 25/06/19

Airbus is shutting a UK subsidiary that has been investigated for bribery in Saudi Arabia in a move that could potentially allow the company to avoid criminal charges over the matter.

Country:United Kingdom by The Telegraph on The Telegraph Published: 25/06/19

The extradition bill, exorbitant house prices and high cost of living are driving a rise in emigration

Country:United Kingdom by The Guardian on The Guardian Published: 25/06/19

Military operation was called off, New York Times reports, as US flight regulator orders aircraft to avoid airspace near drone missile hit

Country:United Kingdom by The Guardian on The Guardian Published: 21/06/19

National Grid is able to confidently predict the 2019 record just six months into the year

Country:United Kingdom by The Guardian on The Guardian Published: 21/06/19

Neil Woodford's investment firm has conducted a fire sale of at least £169m of publicly-listed shares in a bid to raise cash ahead of the reopening of his suspended Equity Income Fund, analysis by The Telegraph can reveal.

Country:United Kingdom by The Telegraph on The Telegraph Published: 21/06/19

Britain’s biggest mobile operators face explosive claims of attempted price fixing and collusion as part of a £1bn High Court battle over the sudden collapse of Phones 4U.

Country:United Kingdom by The Telegraph on The Telegraph Published: 21/06/19

First visit by Chinese president in 14 years expected to heal rift that has grown over Kim Jong-un’s nuclear programme

Country:United Kingdom by The Guardian on The Guardian Published: 20/06/19

Europe has been warned.

Country:United Kingdom by The Telegraph on The Telegraph Published: 20/06/19

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