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Peloton scraps IPO in favour of $1bn tie up with Merck

American drugs giant Merck has agreed to buy Peloton Therapeutics in a deal that could eventually be worth more than $2bn.

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Jamie Oliver's restaurant group collapses

The restaurant group fronted by celebrity chef Jamie Olivier has collapsed, putting up to 1,300 jobs at risk.

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First Derivatives cheers investors with upbeat outlook

Northern Ireland’s First Derivatives said the current year had got off to a strong start as it reported a jump in both revenues and profits.

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Manufacturers report slide in demand - CBI

Manufacturing order books have slumped to their lowest level since October 2016, the Confederation of British Industry said on Tuesday, as Brexit-related stockpiling started to ease.

Nationwide warns of margin squeeze as mortgage market intensifies

Nationwide saw underlying profits tumble last year after it increased investment in digital services, and warned that its core mortgage and savings markets remained competitive, despite a surge in the size of its loan book.

Victims lose thousands as crypto scams soar - FCA

The number of scams involving cryptoassets and foreign exchange investments tripled last year, with victims losing more than £27m in total, according to research published on Tuesday by the regulator.

20 May
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Lumentum cuts outlook as it becomes latest company to halt Huawei shipments

Lumentum has ceased shipments to Huawei, the Chinese telecoms giant, forcing the US technology company to slash its quarterly outlook.

20 May
Dish serves up $800m deal with EchoStar

American satellite TV broadcaster DISH Network has acquired a swathe of assets from EchoStar in a deal worth $800m.

20 May
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Greenpeace blockades BP's global HQ

The global headquarters of BP has been shut down by Greenpeace, after the campaigning charity blockaded the oil giant’s west London office.

20 May
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HSBC calls Merlin overvalued, cuts from 'buy' to 'reduce'

HSBC has downgraded its rating on Merlin Entertainments, citing concerns about the leisure group’s long-term growth plans.

20 May
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British households increasingly concerned about their financial health - survey

British households are becoming increasingly pessimistic about their financial wellbeing, despite record levels of employment, a survey showed on Monday.

15 May
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Clinigen to take back US rights to cancer drugs

Aim’s Clinigen Group is taking back control of two oncology drugs from US partner Cumberland Pharmaceuticals.

15 May
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PureCircle raises £26m as it looks to accelerate growth

PureCircle has raised more than £26m through a share placing, as it looks to expand its product portfolio and ramp up growth.

15 May
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Walmart 'seriously considering' Asda IPO

Supermarket chain Asda could be floated, staff were told on Wednesday, after the competition authorities derailed its proposed tie-up with rival J Sainsbury.

15 May
Chinese economy weakens as manufacturing, investment and retail sales all slow

China’s economy stumbled last month, as retail sales grew at their weakest pace for 16 years and industrial production fell sharply.

15 May
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Energean's Israeli flagship on track; production in Greece deferred

Energean Oil and Gas said its flagship project off the coast of Israel was on track to start delivering gas by 2021.

15 May
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Cobham agrees to pay £69m to settle long-running tax dispute

Cobham’s long-running dispute with HM Revenue & Customs has been settled, the defence and aerospace specialist announced on Wednesday.

14 May
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Investors braced for bumpy summer - Merrill survey

Investors are gearing up for a difficult run on global markets, according to a closely-watched fund manager survey published on Tuesday, with a record number taking out protection against potential losses.

14 May
Foxconn surprises as revenues tumble

Taiwan’s Foxconn, the world’s largest contract manufacturer and a key Apple supplier, has reported a heavier-than-expected slide in quarterly profits.

14 May
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Trump wages war of words after Beijing ups tariffs

Donald Trump continued his war of words with China on Tuesday, with a series of tweets claiming tariffs had rebuilt America’s steel industry and criticising Beijing for walking away from a deal.