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30 Jun
Boris Johnson pledges 'bold' approach to support UK economy post Covid-19

Prime Minister Boris Johnson has outlined what he dubbed "ambitious" plans to kick-start the UK’s recovery following the Covid-19 pandemic.

30 Jun
Robinson reinstates dividend, shares surge

Robinson has re-instated its dividend after the packaging specialist saw sales nudge ahead in the first half despite the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic.

30 Jun
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Pick-up in UK housing market activity boosts Henry Boot

Henry Boot is to take a "significant" number of employees off furlough, after activity in the housing market started to pick up.

30 Jun
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Uber in talks to buy Postmates for $2.6bn - report

Shares in Uber Technologies jumped on Tuesday after the US company was reported to be in talks to acquire rival delivery service Postmates for $2. 6bn.

30 Jun
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Staffline sees losses widen after "challenging" 2019

Staffline reported a slide in revenues on Tuesday, after the recruitment and training specialist battled “challenging” trading conditions throughout 2019.

29 Jun
German inflation beats expectations for June

Germany inflation nudged higher in June to beat consensus expectations, official data showed on Monday.

29 Jun
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Single course of Covid-19 treatment to cost $2,340 per patient - Gilead

Gilead Sciences has announced it will charge developed countries $390 a vial for remdesivir, its antiviral drug currently being investigated for use in Covid-19 patients.

29 Jun
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Coty to splash out $200m on stake in Kim Kardashian beauty business

US cosmetics group Coty is to take a 20% stake in Kim Kardashian West’s beauty empire after striking a $200m deal with the reality television star.

29 Jun
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UK mortgage approvals collapse - Bank of England

Mortgage approvals tumbled to a fresh low in May, figures from the Bank of England showed on Monday, as the Covid-19 pandemic continued to weigh heavily on the UK property sector.

29 Jun
Airbus to cut the amount of planes it builds by 40% - report

Airbus’s plane output in the next two years is set to be 40% lower than that seen prior to the Covid-19 crisis, it was reported on Monday.

25 Jun
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Constellation Brands to offload Paul Masson to US distiller Sazerac

Constellation Brands has agreed to sell Paul Masson Grand Amber Brandy for $255m as part of its ongoing overhaul of its wine and spirits division.

25 Jun
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Hostelworld raises £14m to help navigate Covid-19 crisis

Hostelworld has raised nearly £14m through an equity placing, the online booking platform confirmed on Thursday, after it warned the Covid-19 crisis was likely to push it into the red.

25 Jun
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Canaccord ups rating on Crest Nicholson to 'buy'

Canaccord Genuity has upped its recommendation on Crest Nicholson to ‘buy’ following its interim results.

25 Jun
Young & Co's raises £88m through equity placing

Young & Co’s has raised more than £88. 0m following an equity placing, the brewing and pub company confirmed on Thursday.

25 Jun
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Non-Standard Finance warns of going concern risks

Doorstep lender Non-Standard Finance warned of an uncertain future on Thursday, after a “difficult and disappointing" 18 months undermined its existence as a going concern and caused final losses to balloon.

23 Jun
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Inovio secures $71m funding boost for potential Covid-19 vaccine

Shares in Inovio Pharmaceuticals jumped on Tuesday after the US biotechnology outfit secured a $71m government contract to help support its work on a potential Covid-19 vaccine.

23 Jun
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Speedy Hire revenues on track, despite write downs at training business

Speedy Hire reported a jump in full-year revenues on Tuesday but saw profits dragged lower after it wrote down the value of its training business.

23 Jun
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OnTheMarket extends listing discount for agents

OnTheMarket, the agent-backed property portal, has extended its listing discount for estate agents by a further two months.

23 Jun
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Online grocery sales surge as lockdown keeps shoppers at home

Online grocery sales surged in the last month, industry research showed on Tuesday, as the Covid-19 pandemic and subsequent lockdown shook up traditional shopping habits.

23 Jun
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Coronavirus downturn continues to ease across the eurozone

The eurozone downturn continued to slow in June as lockdown measures across the bloc were eased, a closely-watched survey showed on Tuesday.