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18 Sep
UK govt refuses to rule out second Covid lockdown

The UK government on Friday has refused to rule out a second national coronavirus lockdown as the number of infections continued to rise.

18 Sep
Europe open: Shares start session lower as travel stocks weaken

European shares started their final session of the week in red territory with travel stocks lower and investors looking for impetus.

18 Sep
John Laing sells stake in InterCity Express project for £421m

John Laing Group on Friday said it would sell its 30% interest in Britain’s InterCity Express Programme Phase 2 to infrastructure investment platform AIP Management for £421m.

18 Sep
Investec signals H1 profits could fall 71%, scraps dividend

Investec forecast a slump in interim earnings of up to 71% as it faced in volatile market conditions caused by the coronavirus pandemic.

17 Sep
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Novacyt swings to profit on soaring Covid test sales

Covid-19 test maker Novacyt swung to a first-half profit driven by soaring sales during the current pandemic and said it expected core annual earnings to top €100m.

17 Sep
Europe open: Shares open weaker on Fed news; waiting on BoE

European shares opened weaker on Thursday as investors weighed the US Fed decision overnight to leave interest rates at near-zero until at least 2023.

17 Sep
Hilton Foods lifts dividend as home dining boosts profits

International food packing business Hilton Food lifted its dividend after a sharp rise in interim profits driven by higher volumes.

17 Sep
Oxford Biomedica sees swing to FY profit on Covid vaccine hopes

Drugs maker Oxford Biomedica, which has partnered with pharma giant AstraZeneca to develop a Covid-19 vaccine, said it expected higher second half revenues to push it to a low-to-single digit full year profit.

16 Sep
Europe midday: Shares higher on Zara owner profits, IMCD purchase

European shares were still in the green at lunchtime on Wednesday with Zara owner Inditex boosting sentiment after reporting a return to profits and an acquisition by chemicals and food ingredients firm IMCD.

16 Sep
Global economy could recover in 2021 if stimulus kept up - OECD

The global economy could return to growth next year as better outlooks from the US and China combined with a “massive response” to the Covid-19 pandemic from other nations lessened GDP contraction, the OECD said on Wednesday.

16 Sep
Carnival's AIDA to run weekly autumn Italy cruises from October

Carnival said its AIDA Cruises unit would expand its range of voyages this autumn with new weekly trips visiting Italy from October 17.

16 Sep
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Redrow profits slump, but sees dividends back in 2021

Full year profits at house builder Redrow slumped by 66% due to the coronavirus pandemic, although reservations rose in the first 11 weeks of the new fiscal year and it expected to resume dividend payments in 2021.

16 Sep
Europe open: Inditex provides a boost as investors await Fed

European shares were again in positive territory at the start of trade on Wednesday with Zara owner Inditex boosting sentiment after reporting a return to profits.

15 Sep
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Fiat, Peugeot shares rise as merger terms adjusted

Fiat Chrysler shares were sharply higher on Tuesday after the terms of its planned €50bn merger with Peugeot were revised by the two car makers.

15 Sep
UK investment market plagued by scams - FCA

Britain’s financial services industry has been blighted by too many scams and scandals and should be overhauled, the regulator said on Tuesday.

15 Sep
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Ocado Q3 retail sales surge 52% as M&S products join range

Online grocer and technology firm Ocado recorded a sharp rise in third quarter revenue driven by continued higher average spends during the coronavirus pandemic as it forecast annual core earnings of £40m.

15 Sep
Europe open: Retail stocks higher as investors look for direction

European stocks started Tuesday almost flat as investors looked for cues while retail stocks received a boost from strong results at H&M.

15 Sep
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First Group sees small FY profit as revenues improve

Bus and rail operator FirstGroup said it expected to make a better-than-expected small full year profit as passenger numbers slowly recovered from the coronavirus pandemic.

14 Sep
Softbank sells chip designer Arm to Nvidia for $40bn

Japan’s SoftBank said it had agreed to sell Arm Holdings to Nvidia for $40bn, just four years after buying the chipmaker.

14 Sep
FCA extends help on mortgages but deferrals to be recorded

The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has confirmed further support for mortgage holders if they face payment difficulties due to the coronavirus pandemic, but their credit files will be marked as a result.