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AIM pushes six companies

AIM believes that the market slide over 31 per cent in the last six months has thrown up bargain stocks.


It is recommending six companies that it believes are undervalued and provide good growth prospects.


They are Furlong Homes, Gartland Whalley & Barker, C & B Publishing, VFG, Mears Group and Shalibane.

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Considerations for overseas workers in Germany

With Germany’s strong economic growth leading the eurozone’s recovery, many UK businesses are keen to be part of the success story: recent data shows that there are currently more than 280,000* employees working for a UK-controlled company in the country.

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