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29 Jan
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Santander ends year with higher-than-expected capital position

Spanish banking group Santander struck an upbeat note for 2020 on Wednesday, after it ended 2019 with a better-than-expected capital position.

29 Jan
Streaming rivals undermine AT&T as revenues dip

US media giant AT&T reported a slide in fourth-quarter revenues on Wednesday, as the growing popularity of streaming services hurt satellite TV subscriptions.

29 Jan
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Shares jump as Quilter scores return to net inflows

Wealth manager Quilter beat expectations on Wednesday after the end of 2019 saw it return to net inflows.

29 Jan
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M&G extends suspension of stricken property fund

M&G Investments' stricken property fund will remain suspended as it continues selling off assets to boost cash levels.

29 Jan
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Ovo Energy fined £9m for overcharging customers

Ovo Energy has been forced to pay out nearly £9m by Ofgem, the energy regulator, after a series of failings in billings and customer communications.

29 Jan
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British Airways suspends flights to and from China over coronavirus

British Airways has suspended all direct flights to and from the Chinese mainland as concerns deepen about the spread of the deadly coronavirus.

28 Jan
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Barclays ups rating on BAE Systems

Barclays has upped its rating on BAE Systems, following two core acquisitions struck earlier in January.

28 Jan
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Government approves 'limited' role for Huawei in 5G rollout

The government has approved a limited role for Huawei in the rollout of the UK’s 5G network, overruling opposition from Washington and a number of senior Conservative MPs.

28 Jan
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Woodford fund investors face hefty losses as payouts begin

Investors in the Woodford Equity Income Fund are starting to find out how much of their investment they will salvage as the stricken fund is wound up.

28 Jan
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UK retail sector reports subdued start to 2020

UK retail sales were flat in January, the Confederation of British Industry reported on Tuesday, as the new year got off to a subdued start.

28 Jan
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Mortgage Advice Bureau sees revenues jump

Shares in Mortgage Advice Bureau jumped on Tuesday after the AIM-listed firm overcame a turbulent year in the UK housing market to post a surge in full-year revenues.

28 Jan
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Ofgem to probe National Grid and Scottish Power over undersea cable

Ofgem, the UK energy regulator, has launched a probe into National Grid and Scottish Power over a £1. 3bn undersea cable project.

27 Jan
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Cabot Square Alternatives launches £200m London IPO

Investment firm Cabot Square Alternatives is to float on the main market of the London Stock Exchange as part of a £200. 0m fund-raising.

27 Jan
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Fastjet warns of imminent cash crunch as critical talks continue

Africa-focused carrier Fastjet warned on Monday that it only had enough cash to see it through to the end of the quarter, as critical discussions over its future continued.

27 Jan
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Mortgage approvals jump to four-year high in December

Mortgage approvals surged in December to a four-year high, data published on Monday showed.

27 Jan
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Oil prices tumble as fears grow over spread of coronavirus

The price of crude has fallen heavily as fears grow over the deadly coronavirus outbreak in China and its potential impact on the wider global economy.

22 Jan
US threatens retaliatory levies if UK presses ahead with digital tax

Tensions between London and Washington were growing on Wednesday after the US threatened to impose retaliatory tariffs if the UK introduced a tax on technology companies.

22 Jan
Daimler warns on profits as emissions fallout continues

Daimler, the German luxury car manufacturer, has once again warned on profits, as it continues to navigate the fallout from the emissions scandal and a switch away from diesel vehicles.

22 Jan
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UK manufacturers upbeat for the future - CBI

Optimism across the British manufacturing sector has improved sharply, reaching levels not seen since 2014, a widely-watch survey revealed on Wednesday.

22 Jan
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Rival Turkish bid being lined up for British Steel - report

The government is lining up a rival bidder for British Steel in case an agreed takeover by China’s Jingye falls through, it was reported on Wednesday.