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Wednesday 4th March 2015
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London Penthouse Will Offer Chance to Look Down at Royalty
The company intends to spend around $400 million this year on development while scouting for new properties in London and Miami. Abu Dhabi Financial Group bought the Palace St. property in November in a 310 million-pound financing deal. It acquired New Scotland Yard, the headquarters of London’s Metropolitan Police since 1967, in December for 370 million pounds. The Abu Dhabi company, founded in ...
'Jihadi John' condemned 9/11, London attacks: recording
The London graduate believed to be Islamic State executioner "Jihadi John" once denounced the 9/11 attacks and the 2005 bombings in the British capital, according to an audio recording released Tuesday. Kuwait-born Mohammed Emwazi was identified by media and experts last week -- and now, reportedly, also by his parents -- as the knife-wielding masked man in online videos showing the beheadings ...
How Billionaires in London Use Secret Luxury Homes to Hide Assets
On London’s Billionaires Row in Hampstead, the seven-bedroom Carlton House with its 50-foot ballroom, underground swimming pool and 10-person Turkish bath is for sale for 14 million pounds ($21.5 million). It’s being sold to repay BTA Bank after British courts seized assets from the Kazakh lender’s one-time chairman, billionaire Mukhtar Ablyazov. It took the U.K. High Court to establish that the ...
London: A giant washing machine for the filthy cash of a corrupt elite
Anti-corruption campaigners Transparency International have just confirmed what we already knew: London is a giant washing machine for filthy cash. The world's misappropriating oligarchs, mafia bosses, wannabe Jordan Belforts, corrupt regimes, terrorists – their grubby money goes into London's property market and comes out clean and crisp. Through networks of offshore shell companies, illicit ...
London shares rise at open
London (AFP) - London shares rose at the start of trade on Tuesday despite investor disappointment at Australia's move to keep interest rates unchanged at 2.25 percent.
London shares slide on Barclays woes
London (AFP) - London shares slipped into the red on Tuesday as investors weighed big losses by Barclays and fears of an economic slowdown in China.
Conductor Rattle heads to London, wants 'theatrical' concerts
By Michael Roddy LONDON (Reuters) - International conducting star Simon Rattle said he hoped to make the concert experience more theatrical to attract younger audiences, as the London Symphony Orchestra announced on Tuesday he would become its fulltime music director in 2017. Rattle, 60, who will combine his new job with his current role as principal conductor of the Berlin Philharmonic until ...
London shares end weaker after record high
London (AFP) - London shares ended marginally in the red on Monday despite hitting a fresh record high during the session after weak commodity prices took a toll on investor sentiment.
Kanye West Debuts 'U Mad' at Last-Minute London Show With Vic Mensa
Kanye West's on something of a roll this week. After dropping the mastered version of "All Day" — which features Theophilus London, Allan Kingdom, and Ye's new partner-in-crime Paul McCartney — the rap god headlined a last-minute concert in London during which he brought a coterie of rappers diverse enough to populate a small country...
London FTSE edges higher in early trade
London shares edged higher on Monday but investors appeared to be largely unmoved by a weekend rate cut by People's Bank of China, traders said. The benchmark FTSE 100 index climbed 0.28 percent, or 19.66 points, in opening trades to 6,966.32 points. The People's Bank of China (PBoC) on Saturday cut interest rates by 25 basis points, citing "historically low inflation" among the factors behind ...

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