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Paul Lewis and James Ball. Friday 2 January 2015 07.42 EST. Prince Andrew named in underage 'sex slave' caseTelegraph.co.uk all 5 news articles FOREX-Euro hits 4 1/2-year low as ECB's Draghi fuels QE bets Reuters (Adds details, sterling drop to lows). * Euro hurt by ECB head's comments on price stability. * Dollar index hits highest since March 2006. http://www.newslocker.com/en-uk/profession/general_news/rbs-shares-drop-as-ftse-falls-back/

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Corporate Auditor - FTSE 100 - Central London location job with Jefferson Tiley | 5431

By lunchtime, the FTSE 100 was down 3.22 points or 0.05% at 6,562.87. Among the biggest fallers was Royal Bank of Scotland , which dropped 1.75% after media reports that it could face fines of 5bn over sales of mortgage-backed securities in the US. Travel firm Tui was the top gainer, adding 2.4%. Meanwhile, the price of Brent crude oil declined further, falling 0.2% to $57.19 a barrel. That was bad news for energy firms, with Tullow Oil down 0.7%. In the housebuilding sector, Barratt Developments and Taylor Wimpey , which saw gains in New Year's Eve trading, fell victim to profit-taking, shedding 1% and 0.8% respectively. On the currency markets, the pound fell 1% against the dollar to $1.5420 and lost 0.56% against the euro to 1.2803. http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-30655208

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Due to continued success and growth, Jefferson Tiley are assisting with the recruitment for a Corporate Auditor to join their team. This role is a rare opportunity to join a FTSE 100 firm with an excellent reputation across the world. The role involves overseas travel to many locations across the globe and the ideal candidate will have the expertise to audit various elements of the operation in varying locations. Duties will include:- Evaluating internal controls and compliance Identifiy risk exposures and control weaknesses and report on findings and recommendations both orally and in writing in a clear, concise manner. Develops workable cost-effective recommendations for improvement Global travel will vary according to business demands Qualifications: The successful candidate will have the proven ability to work well within a team and complete all tasks with minimal supervision. A strong academic background with a degree (or equivalent) in a relevant discipline Professional auditing or financial qualifications are strongly preferred, such as CIA or ACCA European language (in addition to fluent business English) is strongly desirable Should be an enthusiastic, self-starter, with excellent written and verbal communication skills A well organised approach to work, coupled with strong accounting and problem solving skills and work well under pressure Apply for Corporate Auditor - FTSE 100 - Central London location Have a JobsInGRC.com account? Sign in now and we'll pre-fill this application for you. All answers are required http://www.jobsingrc.com/job/5431/corporate-auditor-ftse-100-central-london-location/?TrackID=16

BBC News - FTSE 100 falls short of 2013 close

He added government would approve a package of measures in January to boost investment. 09:01: Market update London's FTSE 100 Index is 0.5% lower this morning at 6596.78 as share indexes across Europe fall back on a new drop in oil prices. Brent crude is currently trading at $56.90 per barrel. That's its lowest level since May 2009. Next is to learn more up nearly 4% to 6775.00p on the back of its trading update earlier today. 08:44: Next Despite churning out all that cash to shareholders by way of special dividends, the company is still happy to have "net debt" of 550m, which is more than a year ago. Intriguing. http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-30589031

BBC News - RBS shares drop as FTSE falls back

When the City's markets closed at lunchtime, the benchmark FTSE 100 was 19.09 points or 0.29% higher at 6,566.09. Despite the boost, the index ended the year 2.7% down on its closing figure for 2013, when it hit 6,749. Meanwhile, the price of Brent crude oil continued to decline, down 3% on the day to $56.10 a barrel. That was bad news for energy firms, with Tullow Oil down 0.4%. In generally thin trading, home improvements retailer Kingfisher was one of the biggest beneficiaries, rising 2.4%. But the biggest winners were in the housebuilding sector, with Taylor Wimpey and Barratt Developments gaining 2.7% and 2.6% respectively. Among the mining stocks, Randgold Resources added 1% on the back of buoyant gold prices in recent days. On the currency markets, the pound rose 0.2% against the dollar to $1.5594 and gained 0.25% against the euro to 1.2838. Most popular http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-30641621

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