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UK stockmarket at record level as oil price rallies

UK shares are at record levels today, shaking off the concerns around the WannaCry cyber-attack and instead being driven by higher oil prices benefiting oil and commodity companies. Tesco – the world’s 5th largest supermarket group, has pledged to switch to 100% renewable energy – although not until 2030. The company will be installing solar …

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Broadband prices set to be cut by a third by 2021

London Stock Exchange – the proposed merger with its German rival may have failed, but the company’s boss , Xavier Rolet, stands to be £5m better off as a result. Mr Rolet had waived long term incentive awards for 2016 and 2017 on the assumption that the deal would complete, but the breakdown of talks …

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Free investing on dabbl in December

We have just launched our the new update to the dabbl app making it even easier to invest in the brands you love. ‍ And as if that was not enough, to celebrate the new app we have removed all our commission fees giving you a chance to get up and running straight away. So hurry download the new …

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Investing and financial markets

‍What is a financial market, and how do I invest in them? At Dabbl, we want to make buying shares as accessible as we possibly can – for everyone. To help with this, we’re running a series of blog posts covering a wide range of topics which impact the world of business, finance and investing. …

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A little more about the features on our app!

At Dabbl, we want to make buying shares as accessible as we possibly can – for everyone. To help with this, we’re running a series of blog posts covering a wide range of topics which impact the world of business, finance and investing. These snapshots have been carefully crafted to cut through the jargon and …

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Three rules to follow if you’re looking for investment success

At Dabbl, we want to make buying shares as accessible as we possibly can – for everyone. To help with this, we’re running a series of blog posts covering a wide range of topics which impact the world of business, finance and investing. These snapshots have been carefully crafted to cut through the jargon and …

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Merger Mania – What does it all mean?

At Dabbl, we want to make buying shares as accessible as we possibly can – for everyone. To help with this, we’re running a series of blog posts covering a wide range of topics which impact the world of business, finance and investing. These snapshots have been carefully crafted to cut through the jargon and …

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5 Reasons why you should check out dabbl

We’ve built dabbl with the aim of providing the next generation of self-directed investor with an easy, cost effective and fun way of buying and selling stocks and shares in thousands of companies from across the globe. For too long, investing directly into shares has been beyond the reach of many, but we’re changing all …

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The companies behind the food you buy

During last week’s unseasonable bout of sunshine, a walk into your typical local supermarket for a quick glance around the shelves would have given you a little bit of insight into the state of the food economy. Barbeque favourites – from charcoal briquettes to cheese burgers – will have been piled high, however the relationship …

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Dabbl 101 – The nuts and bolts of buying shares

What happens when I buy a share? Each company has a limited number of shares in circulation at any one time. Many years ago, a physical share certificate would be issued to show the entitlement, but now most ownership records are held electronically. It is the responsibility of the company – ‘the issuer’ – to …

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