EDINBURGH, May 23 (Reuters) – French real-estate firm Gecina
bucked the trend of low volumes in European share trading on
Friday, as investors were kept cautious by an uncertain
political situation heading into a long weekend for UK equity
Gecina fell 1.8 percent in volume of twice its
90-day average after a share placing worth roughly 1 percent of
GLASGOW Scotland (Reuters) – The British government on Thursday pledged to grant Scots more autonomy if they vote to reject independence and stay a part of the United Kingdom.
Scotland votes in a Sept. 18 referendum on whether to break away from the United Kingdom, and while polls show Scots remain doubtful about separation, the proportion of those supporting independence has increased this year. Many are still undecided.