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31 Mar
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Glencore delays decision over dividend in light of Covid-19 uncertainty

Glencore is to delay a decision over a potential $2. 6bn dividend payout because of the current “exceptional” economic uncertainty.

31 Mar
UK consumer confidence weakens as Covid-19 outbreak spreads

UK consumer confidence has weakened since the outbreak of Covid-19, a widely-followed survey published on Tuesday showed, and is predicted to worsen still as the full impact of lockdown hits home.

31 Mar
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Supermarket sales soar as consumers stockpile household essentials

Sales across British supermarkets hit record levels in the last four weeks, industry data published on Tuesday showed, as shoppers rushing to stock up on food and other household staples spent an extra £1. 9bn at the tills.

31 Mar
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Costain board takes 30% pay cut as Covid-19 closes sites

Infrastructure specialist Costain has cut management salaries by a third in response to the coronavirus outbreak.

31 Mar
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JP Morgan cuts forecasts across housebuilding sector, downgrades Redrow

JP Morgan has reduced its forecasts for the UK housebuilding sector, including cutting its rating on Redrow and Taylor Wimpey.

31 Mar
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AA puts brakes on dividend as it reports jump in full-year earnings

The AA is to pull its dividend, despite the coronavirus outbreak not yet having a material impact, the motoring group said on Tuesday.

31 Mar
Rotork joins growing list of firms to pull dividend

Rotork has pulled its dividend and suspended pay rises after the coronavirus outbreak forced the engineering firm to shut factories worldwide.

30 Mar
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Carluccio's and BrightHouse collapse, putting 4,500 jobs at risk

Rent-to-own lender BrightHouse and restaurant chain Carluccio’s have collapsed, it was confirmed on Monday, putting nearly 4,500 jobs at risk.

30 Mar
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J&J to start Covid-19 vaccine trials by September 'at latest'

Johnson & Johnson expects to start human trials on a possible Covid-19 vaccine by September, the US healthcare giant announced on Monday.

30 Mar
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Shares in Portmeirion jump as export orders recover

Portmeirion Group has temporarily shut its ceramics factory, but insisted it had enough warehoused stock to serve growing online demand and strengthening export markets.

30 Mar
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Signature Aviation pulls full-year dividend because of outbreak

Signature Aviation has pulled financial guidance and suspended its dividend in the wake of the coronavirus outbreak.

30 Mar
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GDP to plunge as UK heads for recession, warns CEBR

The UK economy is on course to enter the deepest recession since the financial crisis, a respected think tank warned on Monday, with growth set to slump by a record 15% in the second quarter.

30 Mar
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Oil prices tumble to 18-year lows

Oil prices have hit fresh lows as the bitter price war between Saudi Arabia and Russia and the growing impact of coronavirus on the US and global economies weigh heavily.

30 Mar
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IMI cuts management pay, pulls dividend in response to outbreak

Industrial engineering group IMI has pulled its dividend and cut senior management remuneration, as it assured investors it was well positioned to weather the disruption brought about by the Covid-19 outbreak.

26 Mar
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G20 pledges to do "whatever it takes" to tackle Covid-19 pandemic

The G20 insisted on Thursday it would do “whatever it takes” to overcome the coronavirus outbreak.

26 Mar
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Future agrees to sell titles as it looks to clinch TI Media takeover

Magazine publisher Future is in talks to sell three titles, after the competition watchdog gave its £140m acquisition of TI Media a conditional green light.

26 Mar
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ECB rules out using eurozone debt crisis tool for Covid-19 - reports

The European Central Bank has reportedly ruled out using the emergency Outright Monetary Transactions scheme to tackle the economic fallout from the coronavirus outbreak.

26 Mar
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Breedon suspends operations across UK sites

Breedon Group has temporarily suspended production at the majority of its UK sites, the construction materials specialist announced on Thursday.

26 Mar
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Non-Standard Finance cuts lending across all divisions

Non-Standard Finance has slashed lending volumes in the wake of the coronavirus outbreak, the subprime lender confirmed on Thursday.

26 Mar
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Daily Mail suspends full-year guidance as Covid-19 starts to hit home

The owner of the Daily Mail and i newspapers has warned on its full-year performance, after the coronavirus outbreak started to dampen demand.