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CONCERN IS still mounting over the capacity of stockbrokers to deal with the flood of orders from private investors eager to cash in on the craze for Internet and telecoms stocks.

Internet share trading doubles every fortnight

ONLINE SHARE dealing is exploding in popularity in the UK, with Internet-based stockbrokers seeing business double every fortnight. Some of the companies are struggling to keep pace with demand, which now sees as many shares traded online in a single week as in the whole last half of 1998.

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A GUNMAN opened fire on an office building in Honolulu yesterday morning, killing at least seven employees of the Xerox company before making his escape in a company van, according to initial reports. It was the latest in a string of fatal shootings that have plagued offices and schools across America in the past few months.

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Schwab to launch UK share shop network

CHARLES SCHWAB, the US stockbroker that brought Internet trading to the masses, is planning an aggressive push into retail broking with the opening of several share shops in the UK.

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CHARLES SCHWAB, the American-owned telephone share-dealing service, has come up with a revolutionary kind of investment, if its bulletin for spring 1999 is anything to go by.

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