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Sentiment across the Eurozone faltered in June, a closely-watched survey showed on Wednesday, as concerns about the economic outlook weighed heavily.
The government is expected to cap maximum stakes for online casinos when it publishes its long-awaited White Paper on gambling, it was reported on Wednesday.
Profits came in ahead of expectations at fashion giant Hennes & Mauritz on Wednesday, as shoppers returned to stores and strong demand saw more clothes sold at full price.
Ofgem, the energy regulator, has unveiled a £21bn package to upgrade the UK’s regional electricity networks, but insisted that household bills will not rise as a result.
Shop price inflation hit levels not seen since 2008 in June, research published on Wednesday showed.
M&C Saatchi has urged shareholders to reject a £254m takeover bid from former deputy chair Vin Murria, warning it would damage the business.
Shore Capital has initiated coverage on Softcat with a ‘buy’ recommendation, the broker said on Tuesday.
Workers at Royal Mail have begun voting on possible industrial action in an increasingly fractious row over pay.
Grocery volumes eased in June, industry data showed on Tuesday, as soaring inflation and the rising cost of living weighed heavily.
Heathrow Airport has accused the Civil Aviation Authority of putting future investment at risk after the regulator ordered it to cut landing charges.
Polar Capital Holdings has upped its dividend payout despite a fall in full-year profits, the boutique asset manager confirmed on Monday.
Kefi Gold and Copper has dismissed media reports claiming it has lost its Tulu Kapi licence in western Ethiopia.
A winding up petition has been filed against China Evergrande Group, the embattled Chinese property developer.
Retail footfall fell last week, industry data showed on Monday, hit by the widespread travel disruption.
The UK faces potential recession, a report warned on Monday, as surging inflation and the cost-of-living crisis dent consumer spending.
Consumer confidence has fallen to an historic low, a survey showed on Friday, as soaring inflation and the weakening economic outlook weighed heavily.
Retail sales fell in June, a survey published on Thursday found, as surging inflation weighed heavily on demand.
Construction group Galliford Try has secured a place on a £1bn framework to build and maintain roads and other civil works projects across the Midlands.
UK economic activity stalled in May, a closely-watched survey showed on Thursday, weighed down by a slowdown in manufacturing.
Numis has initiated coverage of Bunzl, the international distribution and services firm, with a ‘hold’ rating.