Provident Financial, the Bradford-based sub-prime lender, has gone up in flames in recent weeks from an investment perspective.
Profit warnings and high profile departures have left the company.. City A.M.
After Interserve's monumental share price crash last week, which wiped more than £116m from its market cap, the support services and construction company has finally begun to recover.
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Action in the stock market has certainly livened up the summer this year, as household names such as Provident Financial, Dixons Carphone and the AA have seen millions sheared off their share price.. City A.M.
It's been a difficult summer for some large cap companies in the UK.
Back in July, FTSE 250 firm Carillion saw its share price nosedive on the back of a profit warning, before tumbling to fresh lows.. City A.M.
The once-praised fund manager Neil Woodford has issued a subdued apology to investors after losing millions of pounds on a selection of disastrous stock picks.
Appearing on a video blog on his own.. City A.M.
The doorstep lender said on Friday that Crook had agreed to forgo a payoff having resigned after a botched overhaul. But Crook is entitled to two pensions MailOnline Also reported by •thisismoney.co.uk
The former boss crisis-hit doorstep lender Provident Financial has agreed to forgo a year's worth of salary, benefits, and bonuses.
Peter Crook, who left the firm in August on the same day it.. City A.M.
The catastrophic collapse of Provident Financial has handed rival Morses Club a huge boost to profits.
The UK’s second largest doorstep lender today posted bumper half-year figures with one.. City A.M.
Troubled sub-prime lender Provident Financial has crashed out of the FTSE 100, the London Stock Exchange today confirmed.
Royal Mail will also drop out of the blue-chip index in September, with.. City A.M.