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30 Sep
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German class action gets underway against Volkswagen

A lawsuit involving around 470,000 owners of Volkswagen cars has got underway in Germany.

30 Sep
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Soccer Goals warns financial black hole could be 'materially' bigger than first thought

Goals Soccer Centres has revealed that the black hole in its accounts could be “materially higher” than initially thought, as it quit London’s junior market.

30 Sep
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Mallinckrodt settles opioid lawsuits with $30m agreement

Mallinckrodt Pharmaceuticals has settled lawsuits over its alleged role in America’s deadly opioid crisis.

30 Sep
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Woodford Patient Capital Trust 'evaluating' Neil Woodford's future with the fund

Woodford Patient Capital Trust is considering replacing Neil Woodford as its portfolio manager after enduring "the most challenging period" it has known.

30 Sep
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UK economy slows in second quarter - ONS

The UK economy contracted in the second quarter, official data confirmed on Monday, weighed down by the manufacturing sector.

25 Sep
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Firm behind New Routemaster bus collapses into administration

The last UK-owned bus manufacturer has gone into administration, putting thousands of jobs at risk.

25 Sep
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Ikea unpacks surge in full-year sales

Full-year sales at Inter Ikea Group have surpassed €40bn, the Swedish flatpack retailer announced on Wednesday.

25 Sep
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Santander blames 'challenging' regulations and Brexit for €1.5bn UK charge

Banco Santander is to take a €1. 5bn writedown on the value of its UK business, the Spanish lender announced late on Tuesday.

25 Sep
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Sharp decline in retail sales eases - CBI

Retail sales volumes fell for the fifth consecutive month in September, a survey by the Confederation of British Industry has found, but the rate of decline eased notably.

25 Sep
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Mortgage lending by high street banks falls in August

UK mortgage lending eased at the end of summer, data from the banking industry showed on Wednesday.

24 Sep
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Volkswagen executives charged over emissions scandal

Criminal charges have been brought against three current and former executives of Volkswagen over the emissions scandal.

24 Sep
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Shares tumble after M&C Saatchi warns on profits

Shares in M&C Saatchi tumbled on Tuesday after the advertising agency warned on full-year profits.

24 Sep
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UK manufacturing sector struggles as Brexit looms large

UK factories are continuing to struggle, an industry survey suggested on Tuesday, weighed down by Brexit and the global manufacturing slowdown.

24 Sep
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UK public borrowing rises in the year to date despite surprise fall in August

Public borrowing came in below analyst forecasts in August, official data showed on Tuesday, but continued to rise over the year to date.

24 Sep
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Metro Bank shares tumble on pulled bond sale

Shares in Metro Bank fell heavily on Tuesday after the under-pressure challenger lender pulled a £250m bond sale.

23 Sep
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Seeing Machines sees revenues drive ahead

Australia’s Seeing Machines has forecast further growth in 2020 after full-year revenues jumped.

23 Sep
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Mallinckrodt cheers investors with positive trial results

Shares in Mallinckrodt Pharmaceuticals jumped on Monday after the drug company reported positive results for a key Phase 3 clinical trial.

23 Sep
Pressure grows on WeWork founder to step aside - reports

Investors in WeWork are agitating for founder Adam Neumann to step down as chief executive, according to reports.

23 Sep
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Brighton Pier thanks weather for bright start to the year

The owners of Brighton’s 120-year old Palace Pier said on Monday that the current year had got off to a sunny start thanks to record weather over the August bank holiday.

23 Sep
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Eurozone economy 'close to stalling' as output falls across manufacturing and services

The eurozone economy struggled in September as demand for both goods and services fell at the fastest rate in more than six years, data showed on Monday.