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Selling shares of William Hill was Jill Treanor's tip for investors in the Sunday Times's 'Inside the City' column.
Rolls-Royce is poised to tap investors for £2. 5billion at a steep discount to the current share price to solve its funding crisis, The Mail on Sunday understands. City sources said it was considering pricing the cash call at £1 per share – 35 per cent below Friday's closing price of £1. 54. - Mail on Sunday.
All eyes over the coming week will be on the release of the monthly US non-farm payrolls report on Friday, with investors keen to judge whether the jobs market in the world's largest economy is indeed stalling or not.
Two of clothing retailer Superdry's top executives, including its co-founder Julian Dunkerton, picked up some shares on Thursday.
European shares finished the week in the red as the rising number of coronavirus cases across the continent and higher UK borrowing figures dampened sentiment.
Kaspi. kz is planning to float in the UK more than a decade after the Great Financial Crisis scuppered its previous attempt to list on the London Stock Exchange.
All is not well at Royal Dutch Shell, Citi said as the bank reiterated its 'sell' rating on Britain's biggest oil company.
Wall Street is trading slightly higher with investors closely following the headlines around stimulus discussions on Capitol Hill and the polls ahead of the next elections.
Analysts at Standard&Poor's reaffirmed their rating on Easyjet's long-term debt, removing it from CreditWatch, but cautioned that the budget airline's risk metrics would remain under "considerable pressure" over the next few quarters due to the heightened uncertainty around the pandemic and economic recession.
US private equity outfit Apollo Global Management and Caesars Entertainment have tabled rival cash takeover offers for bookmaker William Hill.
An international arbitration tribunal in The Hague has handed down a sentence in favour of Vodafone in its $2bn tax claim dispute with New Delhi.
Durable goods orders in the US came in slightly below forecasts last month, even as those for core capital goods strengthened.
Analysts at JP Morgan now expect the Aston Martin to burn cash at a faster rate and continue to see uncertainties regarding medium-term funding but kept their recommendation at 'hold' until the incoming chief executive officer lays out his plans to address the situation.
Cyclical parts of the market were broadly weaker with General Industrials and Automobiles and Parts pacing losses on Thursday.
European shares finished slightly lower on Thursday but off their worst levels of the session, weighed down by weakness on Wall Street following the release of a worse than expected reading for secondary jobless claims and on fading hopes for further US stimulus spending.
Financial markets' focus at the end of the week and heading into the end of the month will be on the latest durable goods orders data covering the month of August.
Credit Suisse reiterated its 'neutral' stance on shares of NatWest Group following a meeting the day before with the lender's finance chief.
Analysts at Canaccord Genuity hiked their target price for Ferguson, even while conceding that the macroeconomic outlook for 2021 remained "uncertain".
Stocks on Wall Street were little changed on Thursday despite weekly jobless claims figures that some economists said showed that the jobs market was set to stall in October.
New home sales in the States jumped past forecasts last month and from a higher base on the back of upwards revisions to data for July.