Richard Fletcher

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Full name: Richard Fletcher

Area of interest: Companies

Journals/Organisation: The Daily Telegraph

Email: richard.fletcher@telegraph.co.uk

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Website: http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/comment/richardfletcher

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Career: Sunday Times: City Editor; Daily Telegraph: Deputy City Editor, City editor

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Remit/Info: "The Telegraph's City editor Richard Fletcher uses his 15 years reporting experience to get behind the spin and examine the real state of Britain's biggest companies."

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Role: City editor

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Email: richard.fletcher@telegraph.co.uk

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Website: http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/comment/richardfletcher

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Articles: 2012

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  • ONS figures show confidence is the key to UK growth - How much is confidence worth? Half a point of GDP, it seems, if the Office for National Statistics is anything to go by - 25th February
  • Andrew Bracey's departure from Ocado raises profit doubts - Few people know more about Ocado then Andrew Bracey. The former investment banker has been advising the retailer since its three founders quit Goldman Sachs and set-up Last Minute Solutions - a dotcom idea looking for a business - in the late 1990s - 24th January
  • Peacocks' wings have been clipped by many - No one emerges with much credit from the debacle that is Peacocks – the discount retailer that currently stands on the brink of collapse, putting 12,500 jobs at risk - 18th January
  • Mike Ashley's latest outburst fails to win people over - "A bunch of cry babies" – that was how Sports Direct International chief executive Mike Ashley described City investors in a typically robust outburst in 2007 - 11th January
  • Six ways to check out a retailer’s Christmas - They’ll be pored over by City analysts and scrutinised by beleaguered shareholders. The vast majority of retailers’ Christmas trading updates barely fill one side of A4 paper – yet they have the potential to wipe hundreds of millions of pounds off a retailer’s stock market value - 4th January

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