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Aberdeen Standard Investments has been appointed manager of Neil Woodford’s last remaining fund, it was announced on Friday.
Lloyds Banking Group has agreed to make a series of payments totalling around £7m to victims of the HBOS Reading fraud.
The UK economy received a modest boost on Friday, after third-quarter growth figures were revised upwards.
Financial Conduct Authority chief Andrew Bailey has been confirmed as the 121st governor of the Bank of England.
United Carpets posted a small increase in profits on Friday, despite political uncertainly dampening consumer confidence during the year.
Shares in Benchmark Holdings fell heavily in early morning trading on Friday, after the aquaculture specialist blamed challenging market conditions for a "disappointing" set of numbers.
Tensions between China and Germany have started to mount after it emerged that the eurozone’s largest economy was considering potentially excluding Huawei from the rollout of its 5G mobile network.
Centamin has agreed to explore a potential merger with rival Endeavour Mining Corporation, just days after it dismissed an initial £1. 5bn bid from the Africa-focused gold miner.
The UK’s fiscal watchdog has increased its forecasts for annual borrowing by £20. 0bn a year, after changes to the way student loans are accounted for.
Hennes & Mauritz reported a jump in fourth-quarter sales on Monday, though the timing of Black Friday meant the numbers narrowly missed analysts' expectations.
The London Stock Exchange Group's senior management team has been shaken up ahead of the blue chip's multi-billion takeover of Refinitiv next year.
Eurocell, the manufacturer of U-PVC doors, windows and conservatories, said it had continued to take market share in the second half as sales climbed.
The airline industry has trimmed its expectations for 2019 profits, dragged lower by weak economic growth and the US-China trade war, but is predicting a stronger 2020.
Edinburgh Investment Trust has sacked Invesco’s Mark Barnett as its fund manager after a "disappointing" run of weak results.
The head of Liverpool Victoria has resigned, just months after overseeing the sale of the friendly society’s general insurance business to Allianz.
Sterling came under pressure on Wednesday after a widely-followed opinion poll predicted the Conservatives would win the General Election with a significantly smaller majority than initially expected.
Chinese exports fell in November as country’s bitter trade war with the US continued to weigh on the economy, although import growth did come in ahead of economists' forecasts.
Shore Capital has cut its rating on TP ICAP, arguing that investors should be looking to take profits.
Jefferies has upped its recommendation on Tate & Lyle, but continues to sound a note of caution about the impact of near-term political uncertainty and potentially "uncompelling" earnings growth.
Germany’s flagging economy enjoyed a surprise fillip in October, as exports rose beyond well beyond expectations.