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World - United land Di Maria in British-record deal


Manchester United announced on Tuesday that they have signed Argentina winger Angel di Maria from Real Madrid for a British-record transfer fee of £59.7 million ($98 million, 75 million euros). The 26-year-old`s move, on a five-year contract, shatters the previous British-record fee of £50 million paid by Chelsea to sign Spain striker Fernando Torres from Liverpool in 2011. `Manchester United is delighted to announce that Angel di Maria has completed his transfer for a British-record fee of £59.7 million. Angel joins on a five-year contract,` said a club statement.


Tuesday, August 26, 2014  23:43

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World - Man Utd `agree British record fee for Di Maria`


Manchester United have agreed a British record transfer fee of £59.7 million ($98 million, 75 million euros) to sign Argentina midfielder Angel Di Maria from Real Madrid according to British media reports. Several media outlets, including the BBC, reported late Monday that United have finally sealed a deal for Di Maria after several days of negotiations with the Spanish club. The 26-year-old was said to have been seen arriving at United`s training ground on Monday evening as he prepares to put pen to paper on a reported five-year contract worth an estimated £200,000-a-week. Di Maria`s move to Old Trafford is expected to be completed on Tuesday and will shatter the previous British record fee of £50 million paid by Chelsea to sign Spain striker Fernando Torres from Liverpool in 2011.


Tuesday, August 26, 2014  12:48

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World - Man Utd agree British record fee for Di Maria


Manchester United have agreed a British record transfer fee of £59.7 million ($98 million, 75 million euros) to sign Argentina midfielder Angel Di Maria from Real Madrid according to British media reports. Several media outlets, including the BBC, reported late Monday that United have finally sealed a deal for Di Maria after several days of negotiations with the Spanish club. The 26-year-old was said to have been seen arriving at United`s training ground on Monday evening as he prepares to put pen to paper on a reported five-year contract worth an estimated £200,000-a-week. Di Maria`s move to Old Trafford is expected to be completed on Tuesday and will shatter the previous British record fee of £50 million paid by Chelsea to sign Spain striker Fernando Torres from Liverpool in 2011.


Tuesday, August 26, 2014  11:14

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World - Mourinho ready for life without Torres


Jose Mourinho insisted Friday he wanted to keep Fernando Torres at Chelsea, but admitted he would allow the striker to leave Stamford Bridge if the right deal can be done. Torres has been linked with a move to AC Milan during this month`s transfer window after finding himself third choice striker behind Diego Costa and Didier Drogba at Stamford Bridge this season. Chelsea manager Mourinho, though, insisted the Spain forward ‚ - signed from Liverpool for a then-British record fee of ¬£50 million ($83 million, 63 million euros) in January 2011 --- has not yet told him he wants to leave.


Friday, August 29, 2014  17:08

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World - Tesco issues new profit warning, slashes dividend


Troubled British supermarket giant Tesco on Friday issued another profits warning and slashed its shareholder dividend by 75 percent, blaming challenging trade and the high cost of investment. The company added that new chief executive Dave Lewis will start on Monday, September 1 -- one month earlier than planned -- in order to carry out a review of `every aspect` of the business. Trading profit was forecast to be in the range of £2.4 billion to £2.5 billion in the current 2014/2015 financial year, Tesco said in a trading update.


Friday, August 29, 2014  08:12

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World - Deutsche Bank fined £4.7m by British watchdog


German lender Deutsche Bank has been fined more than £4.7 million ($7.8 million, 5.9 million euros) for incorrectly reporting some financial transactions, regulators said on Thursday. The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) said in a statement that it had fined the bank`s London branch £4,718,800 for failing to properly report more than 29.4 million equity swap contracts-for-difference (CFD) transactions between November 2007 and April 2013. `There is simply no excuse for Deutsche`s failure to get this right,` said Tracey McDermott, Director of Enforcement and Financial Crime at the FCA.


Thursday, August 28, 2014  12:59

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World - Rosberg admits deliberate crash ‚??to prove a point‚?? - Hamilton


Nico Rosberg apparently admitted deliberately crashing into Mercedes team-mate and world championship rival Lewis Hamilton in Sunday‚ s Belgian Grand Prix, according to the 29-year-old British driver. Hamilton, who was leading the race when Rosberg drove into him on lap two of the 44-lap race, suffered a puncture to his left rear tyre and, after struggling to recover at the back of the field, retired with four laps remaining. After a team meeting at the Spa-Francorchamps circuit in the aftermath of their most explosive and controversial clash of a dramatic season, Hamilton said Rosberg had said he hit him ‚ to prove a point‚ . Hamilton said he was `gob-smacked` at Rosberg‚ s reaction in their team discussion, held just three days after ‚ clear-the-air‚ talks to improve their relationship.


Sunday, August 24, 2014  18:32

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World - LSE says first quarter profits soar almost 50%


The London Stock Exchange Group`s net profits surged by nearly 50 percent in the first quarter on the back of a resurgence in stock market flotations, it said on Friday. Earnings after taxation soared to £52 million ($86 million, 65 million euros) in the three months to June, compared with £35.4 million a year earlier, the LSEG said in a results statement. The group`s performance was lifted also by clearing house unit LCH.Clearnet, in which LSEG bought a majority holding in 2012. He added: `We have seen a resurgence in the IPO (initial public offering) market with an increase in both the number of companies joining our markets and the amount of money raised.


Friday, August 22, 2014  10:23

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World - Many afraid to help child in trouble:  poll


Nearly two in three people would hesitate to help a child who appeared to be lost because of concern their intentions could be questioned, a survey for the National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children (NSPCC) said on Wednesday. The research said 64 percent of adults would be worried about being wrongly accused or misunderstood if they helped a young person who seemed lost.


Wednesday, August 27, 2014  03:54

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World - Lucky koala Sir Chompsalot gets kiss of life


A lucky koala was recovering Friday after being caught by firefighters when it fell unconscious from a tree before being given mouth-to-mouth resuscitation. Emergency crews were called to the Melbourne suburb of Langwarrin on Thursday night after reports that an injured animal was lying on the road after being hit by a car. When officials arrived, they found the furry native marsupial had climbed a tree for shelter and firefighters were brought in to bring it down. `We believed it had died in the tree, just when we were trying to rescue it,` Langwarrin Country Fire Authority`s Sean Curtin told Fairfax radio.


Friday, August 22, 2014  06:41

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