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Shares in Dignity fell sharply on Friday, after the funeral services specialist said it swung into the red.
Mortgage approvals spiked in August, official data showed on Friday, as homebuyers scrambled to secure loans amid rising interest rates.
Barclays has agreed to pay $361m to settle a probe by the Securities and Exchange Commission into a "staggering" trading error, the US regulator confirmed.
The British economy nudged higher in the last quarter, official data showed on Friday, reversing an earlier estimate for a small decline.
China's manufacturing sector expanded in September, official data showed on Friday, putting it at odds with another closely-watched survey which showed a contraction.
Insurers must support households struggling with the cost of living crisis, the financial regulator has warned.
Next cut sales and profits forecasts on Thursday, on the back of a weakening economic outlook and the recent turmoil in currency markets.
Shares in Porsche AG pushed higher on Thursday after the luxury car marque made its €75bn debut on the Frankfurt market.
The former governor of the Bank of England has accused the government of "undercutting" some of the UK’s economic key institutions following its controversial mini-budget.
Great Portland Estates reported strong leasing activity during the first half on Thursday, despite the "challenging" macro-economic environment.
Home buyers could see their buying power slashed by more than a quarter, industry research found on Thursday, as the cost of borrowing continues to mount.
Denmark’s Lego Group said it had seen a strong start to the year on Wednesday, despite surging input inflation holding back profits.
Singapore’s Sats has agreed to buy French rival Worldwide Flight Services in a €1. 2bn deal, it was confirmed on Wednesday.
Amigo Holdings outlined plans to raise £40m on Wednesday, as the embattled firm looked to resume lending.
Food inflation has surged past 10%, industry research showed on Wednesday, to reach a record high.
Pressure continued to mount on the UK on Wednesday, after the International Monetary Fund urged the government to reconsider its planned tax cuts on fears they will stoke inflation.
Sweden and Denmark have warned ships to avoid an area of the Baltic Sea after unexplained leaks were discovered in both Nord Stream pipelines, it emerged on Tuesday.
Energy suppliers must do more to help customers in payment difficulties, Ofgem warned on Tuesday.
Shares in Saga fell sharply on Tuesday, after the holidays-to-insurance firm cut its full-year profit guidance as it posted a first-half loss.
AstraZeneca drug Tezspire has been approved for use with patients with severe asthma in Japan, the blue chip confirmed on Tuesday.