- Guy Hands puts green first
- Guy Hands does deals his way
- Terra Firma Capital May Invest Almost $700 Million in Clean Energy in 2011
- Guy Hands on life after EMI
- Utilities buoy FTSE as big freeze hits BA
- Euro slides as stocks falter
- Interest rates ‘will have to rise sixfold in two years’
- Allied Irish Banks moves £7.9bn property loans to country’s ‘bad bank’
- Mortgage freeze felt in November
- ECB concerns over Irish bail-out
- Sasol agrees $1bn Talisman Energy gas field deal
- CBI revises growth forecast down
- BAE is linked to Tanzania ‘bribe’
- Cold snap hits London travel and retail stocks
- Asia stocks ease on regional geopolitical risk
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THERE’S SOMETHING IN THE WIND You’ve got to hand it to Guy Hands. Any normal guy would be on his knees taking his kind of flak. But in the face of adversity we suddenly see handsprings of self-belief, leaps of … Continue reading
The Japanese word kara-oke might mean ‘empty-orchestra’ and financier Guy Hands is a well-known for his own karaoke rendition of ‘My Way’. But in contemplating the sale of Odeon & UCI , the Terra Firma cash register may soon be … Continue reading
Guy Hands’s Terra Firma Capital Partners Ltd. may invest as much as 500 million euros ($692 million) in clean energy this year as low interest rates and rising oil prices make the industry more attractive. The British private equity firm’s … Continue reading
Terra Firma’s Guy Hands talks frankly about what he has learned from the £1.6bn loss of EMI and how he intends to get Fund III ‘back to flat’. Guy Hands was not, as was reported in the press, “furious” when … Continue reading
Utility stocks helped push top shares higher on Monday, as the UK’s near-Arctic conditions boosted demand for energy, but British Airways toiled as the big freeze disrupted airline services.
The euro fell broadly on Monday on fears of further credit rating downgrades in Europe while global stocks wavered as investors fled from riskier assets to the safety of bonds and gold.
Interest rates will have to rise almost sixfold over the next two years to cope with rising inflation, business leaders have warned. It will bring financial pain to seven million home owners with floating interest rates who will see a … Continue reading
Allied Irish Banks has handed over property loans worth €9.3bn (£7.9bn) to the country’s bad bank as the lender’s debt was downgraded along with that of many of Ireland’s other major banks.
UK mortgage lending fell 5% in November compared with the previous month and was down 10% on a year ago, lenders say.
The European Central Bank expresses concerns the Irish Republic’s bail-out could affect its ability to support other eurozone members.