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22 May
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1,000 jobs to go as Carluccio's is bought out of administration

Italian restaurant chain Carluccio’s has been sold to the owner of Giraffe and Ed’s Easy Diner, in a deal that will see more than 1,000 jobs lost as 40 restaurants are closed.

22 May
Lockdown measures cause tax receipts to slump

The government saw tax receipts tumble in April, research showed on Friday, as the lockdown brought large parts of the economy to a halt.

22 May
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Government extends mortgage payment holiday until October

The government's mortgage payment holiday scheme has been extended for three months, it was announced on Friday.

22 May
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Covid-19 puts brakes on Go-Ahead profits

Shares in Go-Ahead fell heavily on Friday, after the travel group warned that the Covid-19 outbreak and ongoing problems at its German rail franchise would hit full-year profits.

22 May
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UK public borrowing soars to record high

Public borrowing soared to an historic high in April, after the government brought in a raft of measures to support the economy during the Covid-19 pandemic, official data showed on Friday.

21 May
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Canaccord ups price target on Begbies Traynor

Canaccord Genuity has upped its price target on Begbies Traynor Group, arguing that a spike in insolvencies following the Covid-19 outbreak will boost earnings at the corporate restructuring specialist.

21 May
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Begbies Traynor 'well-placed' as distress levels rise

Insolvency specialist Begbies Traynor said it was well-placed to benefit from a spike in distressed companies following the Covid-19 outbreak.

21 May
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UK manufacturing output slumps at historic pace in May - CBI

UK manufacturing output slumped at a record pace in May, the CBI reported on Thursday, as the Covid-19 pandemic continued to batter the British economy.

21 May
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Investec predicts challenging year ahead as profits slide

Investec warned of a “challenging” year ahead on Thursday, as it reported full-year profits rocked by the Covid-19 crisis.

21 May
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GVC to receive £200m rebate after historic VAT ruling

Ladbrokes-owner GVC Holdings is on course to receive a £200m windfall after the government decided not to appeal a key ruling over historic tax payments.

21 May
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Covid-19 continues to weigh heavily on UK economy - survey

The UK's private sector struggled in May, a widely-watched survey published on Thursday found, as Covid-19 lockdown measures weighed heavily on the economy.

19 May
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Berenberg ups rating on Greggs

Berenberg has upgraded its rating on Greggs to ‘buy’ after the bakery chain started to tentatively reopen some of its stores.

19 May
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Walmart sees sales surge as Covid-19 outbreak fuels demand

Asda-owner Walmart reported a surge in first-quarter sales on Tuesday, after the Covid-19 pandemic bolstered demand.

19 May
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Covid-19 closures pushes Topps Tiles into the red

Topps Tiles slid into the red in the first half of the year, the retailer said on Tuesday, after the Covid-19 pandemic shut stores and battered sales.

19 May
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Shares jump as N Brown secures £50m loan facility

N Brown has secured a fresh £50m loan facility as sales continued to be buffeted by the Covid-19 pandemic, the online retailer announced on Tuesday.

19 May
UK government unveils post-Brexit tariff regime

The UK plans to impose tariffs on imported cars and a range of agricultural food items, but will slash them on a swathe of other goods, it was announced on Tuesday, as the government outlined its post-Brexit duty regime.

18 May
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CMA calls for new powers to curb profiteering

The UK competition watchdog has asked the government to consider bringing in emergency powers to help it successfully tackle profiteering during the Covid-19 pandemic.

18 May
German economic output to fall further, warns Bundesbank

German economic output will be “significantly” lower in the second quarter, the country’s central bank warned on Monday, despite the easing of some lockdown measures.

18 May
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Japanese economy slides into recession

Japan’s economy has slid into recession for the first time since 2015, government data showed on Monday.

18 May
Household finances under pressure as Covid-19 hits incomes - survey

Household finances remained under severe pressure in May, a survey showed on Monday, as income from employment fell at the fastest rate on record.