Mindful Money’s news round-up: Tuesday 19th July 2011

19th July 2011


Story of the day:

The price of gold has hit a new record price of $1,610 an ounce as debt worries in the US and Europe have intensified. – BBC

Gold price climbs to new record on debt uncertainty  

 

And the best of the rest

 

Gold and precious metals:  today's 10 top stories. – Citywire

Gold surpasses $1,600 mark amid eurozone debt crisis

 

Schools and hospitals will be expected to improve energy efficiency, let out floor space and cut the costs of decorating buildings. – The Guardian

Treasury identifies £1.5bn cost savings from PFI projects

 

Barclaycard introduces 24 months' interest-free credit for balance transfers. – This is Money

Banks wage 0% credit card war as rivals lure shoppers with 'best-ever' rates

 

Apple Inc is expected to report another dazzling quarter on Tuesday, propelled by strong demand for its perennial bestseller iPhone and the new, thinner iPad 2 tablets. – Reuters

Apple set to wow investors, outlook eyed

 

BAA has said it will consider a judicial review after the Competition Commission ordered it to sell Stansted and either Glasgow or Edinburgh airports. – Telegraph

BAA ordered to sell Stansted and one Scottish airport, threatens judicial review

 

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