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03 Apr
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Debenhams mulling administration - report

Beleaguered department store chain Debenhams is considering going into administration, it emerged on Friday.

03 Apr
British Gas
Berenberg times price target on Centrica, retains rating

Berenberg has trimmed its price target and maintained its ‘hold’ recommendation on Centrica, after the British Gas owner pulled its dividend.

03 Apr
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People's Bank of China moves to free up ¥400bn to boost SME lending

The People’s Bank of China has cut the amount of cash smaller banks must keep in reserve, as it looks to bolster the country’s economic recovery following the Covid-19 outbreak.

03 Apr
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Air France-KLM in talks over state-backed bailout - report

Air France-KLM is reported to be in discussions about securing a multi-billion euro bailout backed by the French and Dutch governments.

03 Apr
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China's services sector sees only marginal recovery

China’s crucial services sector recovered only marginally in March after tumbling to record lows in February, data published on Friday showed.

03 Apr
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Ryanair sees traffic collapse as airspace closes

Ryanair saw air traffic plunge in March, and warned it expected to carry minimal "if any" traffic in the coming months.

02 Apr
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JP Morgan ups rating on Hikma after key patent win

JP Morgan has upped its rating on Hikma Pharmaceuticals after the generics specialist won a key patent challenge.

02 Apr
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Air passenger traffic falls at steepest rate since 9/11 in February

Air passenger numbers tumbled in February at the steepest rate since the terrorist attacks on the World Trade Centre in 2001, industry data showed on Thursday.

02 Apr
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Burford Capital looks to benefit from economic fallout of Covid-19

Burford Capital said the widespread economic upheaval caused by the Covid-19 outbreak was likely to create “significant” new business opportunities going forward.

02 Apr
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PZ Cussons strips former boss of retirement payments

PZ Cussons has stripped its outgoing chief executive of certain retirement payments after the discovery of financial irregularities.

02 Apr
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Robert Walters pulls dividend, cuts costs as Covid-19 hits

Robert Walters has announced it will not be paying a dividend after it moved to cut costs by as much as 15% following the outbreak of Covid-19.

02 Apr
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Saga looks to steady ship as Covid-19 halts travel business

Saga has moved to strengthen its balance sheet after the Covid-19 pandemic halted its cruise and tour operations, including the suspension of its dividend.

02 Apr
moneysupermarket
Moneysupermarket pulls guidance but commits to dividend

Moneysupermarket Group has pulled its full-year guidance but reiterated plans to pay its final dividend, despite Covid-19 starting to impact trading.

02 Apr
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Pets at Home ends year ahead of forecasts as demand spikes

Pets at Home has finished the year ahead of expectations, helped by a sudden spike in demand following the outbreak of coronavirus.

01 Apr
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US manufacturing slumps as Covid-19 shuts factories

US output slumped at its fastest pace since the height of the financial crisis in March, data published on Wednesday showed.

01 Apr
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Private sector employment eases in the US, sharper falls predicted

Private sector employment eased in the US last month, figures released by consultancy ADP on Wednesday showed, but is expected to fall even further in the coming weeks because of the coronavirus outbreak.

01 Apr
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Stockpiling by worried consumers sees demand jump at Robinson

Covid-19 stockpiling has caused demand to spike at Robinson, the packaging specialist confirmed on Wednesday, as it posted a jump in full-year revenues.

01 Apr
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Supreme Court rules in favour of Morrisons over data breach

The Supreme Court has ruled that Wm Morrison cannot be held responsible for a data breach that led to the payroll data of thousands of employees being leaked.

01 Apr
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Spire agrees covenant waiver with lenders, pulls dividend

Spire Healthcare has opted to pull dividend payments amid the Covid-19 outbreak, despite its lenders agreeing to waiver covenant testing.

01 Apr
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Big Yellow secures £35m credit facility with Aviva

Big Yellow has secured a new debt facility with Aviva, its long-term lender, the self-storage firm said on Wednesday.