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Sainsbury’s sales helped by hot weather

Sainsbury’s has said, helped by sales of clothing, summer, dining and paddling pool, to accelerate growth in the past few months. Analysts said June hot weather had helped to lift the company’s sales, also of Argos.

The UK’s second largest supermarket said ” like-for-like sales strip out the impact of new stores grew by 2.3%, excluding petrol.

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Apple iPhone can shift production to the US

The company Hon Hai Precision Industry, better known as Foxconn Technology Group, is exploring the possibility of the installation of the iPhone transfer to the United States, according to the Japanese publication Nikkei Asian Review citing sources.

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US Fed member says banks are still too big to fail

The latest U.S.-based Bank-member does not go required to smash the banks, and says post-financial crisis, security measures go far enough. Neel Kashkari, the President of the Minneapolis Fed, said that banks should be separated into “smaller, less connected, less important people”. The former Goldman Sachs Executive urged to go to the Congress, the Dodd-Frank Act of 2010.

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Worldpay shares soar further on takeover approaches

Shares, the payment-processing company Worldpay jumped 28% after the company said it had takeover attracted interest.

Worldpay said it had preliminary approaches from US payments giant Vantiv and JPMorgan.

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Budget 2016: economic fitness regime in the UK

The Problem with the self-imposed goals is that, if you break them, nobody cares as much as you are. A bit of bad weather and you don’t go out for this run. A lazy day and your low-carb regime dumped.

As with diets, so with Budgets. George Osborne, economic policy is oriented to the self-imposed goals, to “economic reason”.

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Majority of active managers are beating the market this year, but investors still don’t care

After years of languishing, maybe 2017 will finally be the year that active managers, of course, is in the investment community.

As a whole, stock-picking Fund managers a solid start this year, with 52 percent of fundamental equity managers beat their Russell 1000 index benchmarks, according to a study by JPMorgan Chase. The 50-percent limit for a single quarter, only one hand was divided between full-time since the bull market began in March 2009.

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