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06 Nov
Xerox mulling audacious $27.0bn bid for HP - report

Xerox is reported to be considering an audacious cash-and-stock offer for larger rival HP worth more than $27. 0bn.

06 Nov
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Eurozone economy remains close to stagnation - survey

The eurozone economy struggled to make headway in October as the region’s ailing manufacturing sector weighed heavily.

06 Nov
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Mothercare to shut all UK stores as it refocuses on international business

Shares in Mothercare kicked upwards on Wednesday after the stricken retailer announced a series of restructuring measures.

06 Nov
SoftBank plunges into the red following WeWork investment

SoftBank revealed the damage caused by its investment in troubled start-up WeWork on Wednesday, posting a quarterly loss of £5. 0bn, its first for 14 years.

05 Nov
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Botox maker Allergan reports jump in third-quarter revenues

Botox maker Allergan, which is being taken over in a $63bn blockbuster deal, has upped its full-year guidance after posting a forecast-beating set of third-quarter numbers.

05 Nov
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Inmarsat rejects call to halt takeover proceedings

British satellite maker Inmarsat has rejected a call from one its biggest shareholders to delay its $3. 4bn takeover.

05 Nov
Credit Suisse ups rating on Aggreko to 'outperform'

Credit Suisse has upgraded its rating on Aggreko, encouraged by a focus on improving return on capital employed and a key contract to supply power to the 2020 Olympic and Paralympic Games in Japan.

05 Nov
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Passenger numbers take off at Wizz Air

Passenger numbers at Wizz Air jumped by more than 20% in October, the low-cost airline announced on Tuesday.

05 Nov
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US considers scrapping some tariffs on Chinese goods - report

White House officials are debating removing tariffs on a number of Chinese goods, it emerged on Tuesday.

05 Nov
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Brexit uncertainty undermines UK services sector

The UK services sector stagnated in October, as companies awaited resolution over Britain’s departure from the European Union.

04 Nov
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Gambling stocks lose out after MPs call for tighter curbs on online casinos

Gambling stocks came under pressure on Monday after an influential group of cross-party MPs called for tighter curbs on online casinos.

04 Nov
Sprint sees losses widen as it awaits merger approval

US telecoms group Sprint Corporation saw net losses widen in the second quarter as more than 90,000 mobile phone subscribers quit the service.

04 Nov
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Shares in Woodford Patient Capital slide after latest revaluation

Woodford Patient Capital Trust has seen its net asset value decline after the valuation of its holding in a controversial technology company was cut.

04 Nov
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UK construction sector weighed down by Brexit uncertainly - survey

The UK construction sector continued to struggle in October, with civil engineering declining at the fastest rate for a decade and firms across the board reducing workforces.

09 Oct
Activision Blizzard faces boycott calls after banning Hong Kong gamer

Activision Blizzard was facing a growing online backlash after the US games giant banned a professional e-sports player for showing support for protestors in Hong Kong.

09 Oct
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UK financial system can weather no-deal Brexit, despite 'material' risks - BoE

The Bank of England believes there are “material” economic risks involved in a no-deal Brexit – but that British banks are strong enough to withstand the shock.

09 Oct
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Pound spikes briefly higher on latest Brexit twist

The pound was once against buffeted by the ongoing twists in the Brexit negotiations on Wednesday, bouncing back from five-week lows before retreating once again.

09 Oct
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Hays Travel to buy all 555 Thomas Cook stores

Hays Travel has agreed to the entire retail estate of collapsed tour operator Thomas Cook, saving hundreds of jobs.

08 Oct
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Inflation target reflects 'pre-crisis world', says Bank of England rate-setter

A member of the Bank of England’s interest rate setting committee has said the current inflation target reflected a “pre-crisis world”.

08 Oct
Selfridges bucks trend as annual sales light up

High end department store Selfridges & Co has shrugged off the chilly conditions on the UK high street to post a jump in annual sales.