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17 Jul
AMSL cheers investors with above-guidance second-quarter numbers

Shares in ASML sparked 5% on Wednesday, after the Dutch semiconductor equipment specialist predicted a year of growth despite a dip in second-quarter sales.

17 Jul
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House prices in London fall at fastest rate for a decade

House prices fell sharply in London to a near-10 year low in May, as Brexit jitters weighed on the capital’s housing market.

17 Jul
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Jefferies cuts recommendation on Burberry despite bumper first quarter

Jefferies has downgraded Burberry, despite the luxury fashion brand reporting a bumper start to the year.

17 Jul
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Koovs confident for 2020 despite prior year sales drop

Indian fashion retailer Koovs has predicted “significant” growth for its 2020 financial year after a strong showing in the first quarter.

17 Jul
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UK inflation holds steady in June

UK inflation held steady in June, as falls in the cost of petrol and energy were offset by clothing and food, official data showed on Wednesday.

16 Jul
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Goldman Sachs beats analysts' forecasts despite slide in revenues

Goldman Sachs cheered Wall Street on Tuesday after its second-quarter numbers beat analyst expectations.

16 Jul
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Pound tumbles on heightened Brexit fears

The pound took a hammering on Tuesday, falling to fresh lows against the dollar and euro on renewed fears that the UK will crash out of the European Union without a deal this autumn.

16 Jul
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Eurozone trade surplus widens in May

The eurozone’s trade surplus with the rest of the world widened in May, official data published on Tuesday showed.

16 Jul
JPMorgan downgrades Lloyds to 'neutral'

JPMorgan Cazenove has downgraded Lloyds Banking Group, warning that Brexit is weighing on the wider UK banking sector.

16 Jul
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UK wage growth hits 11-year high as jobless rate holds at record low

British wages are growing at their fastest rate for more than a decade, official figures showed on Tuesday.

15 Jul
Citi's second quarter earnings beat analysts' forecasts

US banking group Citi reported second-quarter earnings ahead of analyst expectations on Monday, despite a fall in investment banking revenues.

15 Jul
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Morgan Stanley sounds note of caution over tobacco in otherwise upbeat HPC review

Morgan Stanley has backed the household, personal care and cosmetics sector – but sounded a note of warning about tobacco companies.

15 Jul
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Peugeot sees global car sales slide

PSA Group saw sales stall in the first half of the year, after demand faltered in China and the French company was forced to pull out of Iran.

15 Jul
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Codebreaker Alan Turing new face of £50 note

The mathematician and codebreaker Alan Turing, whose work helped shorten the Second World War, is to be the new face of the £50 note.

15 Jul
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Travis Perkins ramps up plans to spin off Wickes - report

Builders’ merchant Travis Perkins has reportedly accelerated plans to offload its struggling Wickes DIY chain.

10 Jul
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Jefferies backs Boeing despite slide in deliveries

Jefferies has reiterated its ‘buy’ recommendation on Boeing, despite a slump in second-quarter deliveries that left rival Airbus poised to overtake the US company as the world’s biggest plane manufacturer.

10 Jul
Sir Kim Darroch steps down as US ambassador

Sir Kim Darroch, the British ambassador to the US, has resigned, the Foreign Office confirmed on Wednesday.

10 Jul
Eurozone downgrades growth forecasts as global trade tensions rise

The European Commission has revised down its 2020 growth forecast for the Eurozone, blaming heightened global trade tensions and the threat of a no-deal Brexit.

10 Jul
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Berenberg ups price target on London Stock Exchange

Berenberg has reiterated its ‘buy’ rating on the London Stock Exchange, arguing that listed exchanges are fairly valued, despite concerns to the contrary.

10 Jul
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UK economy returns to growth as car production picks up

The UK economy grew in May, reversing earlier declines, as previously stalled car production started to pick up, official figures showed on Wednesday.