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GlaxoSmithKline confirmed on Monday plans to float its consumer healthcare business this summer, just weeks after rebuffing a £50bn approach from Unilever.
Greencoat Renewables struck an upbeat note for the current year on Monday after the infrastructure investor widened its portfolio of assets.
HSBC has told staff to start winding down relations with a number of Russian banks, including VTB, the country’s second-largest lender, it was reported on Monday.
Building materials firm CRH has agreed to sell its Oldcastle Building Envelope unit in a $3. 8bn deal.
Russia’s central bank has doubled interest rates to 20%, as the rouble crashed to historic lows against the dollar.
BP is to exit its near-20% holding in state-owned oil giant Rosneft in response to Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, at an expected cost of around $25bn.
Bank of England governor Andrew Bailey insisted on Wednesday that both workers and companies must show restraint in the face of surging inflation.
Danone reported full-year sales narrowly ahead of forecasts on Wednesday, sending shares in the French food group higher.
The government is to discuss the imposition of potentially tougher financial sanctions on Russia with key City institutions, it was reported on Wednesday.
GlaxoSmithKline and Sanofi are to seek regulatory approval for their Covid-19 vaccine candidate following successful efficacy trials.
The UK will stop Russia from selling sovereign debt in London, foreign secretary Liz Truss confirmed on Wednesday.
Ted Baker reported a surge in year-end sales on Wednesday, despite the impact of Omicron, sending its shares higher.
Macy’s reported a stronger-than-expected end to the year on Tuesday.
Five Russian banks and three high-net worth individuals have been sanctioned by the UK after Vladimir Putin sent tanks into rebel-held regions in eastern Ukraine.
AstraZeneca chair Leif Johansson is to retire next year, it was announced on Tuesday, taking his time in the role to over a decade.
Oil came close to touching $100 a barrel on Tuesday after Russian tanks entered Ukraine.
Business sentiment has strengthened in Germany, a closely-watched survey showed on Tuesday, as the economy emerged from the worst of the Covid-19 pandemic.
UK retail footfall slumped last week after the severe weather kept shoppers at home, industry data showed on Monday.
The German economy is likely to shrink in the current quarter, the Bundesbank said on Monday, before rebounding in the spring.
China left two core benchmark interest rates unchanged on Monday, a move widely-expected following recent cuts.