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The number of shops standing empty fell in the first quarter, industry research showed on Friday, as the UK economy reopened following the worst of the pandemic.
UK car production tumbled in the first quarter, industry data showed on Thursday, as global supply chain issues weighed heavily.
US buyout firm Apollo Global Management and Reliance Industries are planning a joint bid for UK retailer Boots.
The UK government has launched a consultation on its plans to radically overhaul the rules governing insurance companies.
Shares in Grafton Group sparked on Thursday after the building materials specialist posted a jump in first-quarter sales and announced a £100m share buyback.
Inchcape reported a strong start to the year on Thursday, as strong demand continued to outpace supply.
Deutsche Bank shrugged off a “challenging” environment to post its highest quarterly profit for nine years, the German lender said on Wednesday.
UK retail sales struggled in April, industry research showed on Wednesday, as the cost of living crisis saw consumers rein in spending.
Russia has cut off gas supplies to Poland and Bulgaria, causing European energy prices to spark.
Tesla’s share price fell sharply following Elon Musk’s $44bn bid for Twitter, wiping more than $125bn off the carmaker’s valuation.
GlaxoSmithKline posted above-forecast numbers on Wednesday, boosted by strong demand for its Covid-19 drug.
PepsiCo upped its full-year guidance on Tuesday, following a jump in first-quarter revenues.
Nomura saw profits soften in the fourth quarter, as heightened geopolitical tensions weighed on the Japanese bank.
Heathrow Airport has warned that passenger numbers could fall “significantly” after the summer, as it ruled out a return to profit despite a strong start to the year.
Twitter faces an uncertain future, chief executive Parag Agrawal has told employees, after the social media giant agreed to be acquired by US billionaire Elon Musk in a deal worth $44bn.
Grocery price inflation continued to mount in April, research showed on Tuesday, to hit levels not seen in over a decade.
Coca-Cola’s first-quarter numbers beat Wall Street expectations on Monday, boosted by strong demand for its fizzy drinks.
Roche expects to see a “significant” fall in demand for Covid-19 tests this year, the Swiss pharamceuticals firm warned on Monday, denting group sales.
Business optimism in the manufacturing sector has tumbled, research published Monday showed, after growth slowed and costs surged.
Nearly 90% of British adults reported an increase in the cost of living last month, data from the Office for National Statistics showed on Monday.