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20 Sep
Investec warns on interim profits as Brexit worries, costs take toll

Asset manager Investec warned on interim profits as Brexit, trade wars and a company restructure were all forecast to hit earnings.

19 Sep
Online sales drive rise in Next interim profits

High Street fashion chain Next said interim profits rose 2. 7%, as strong online sales offset a fall in retail and the company maintained its outlook for the full year.

19 Sep
Spectris sells BTG unit to Voith for €319m

Instruments and controls company Spectris said it had sold its BTG unit to German paper supplier Voith for €319m (£283m) in cash as it moved to focus on high-growth end markets.

19 Sep
Tate & Lyle agrees £930m pension de-risking deal with L&G

Sugar and sweeteners group Tate & Lyle said it had agreed a £930m pension scheme bulk annuity insurance buy-in with Legal & General.

18 Sep
Brexit worries, France hit Kingfisher interims

Half year profits at DIY retailer Kingfisher fell on Brexit worries and the move to a low-price strategy at its French Castorama business as the company warned of a “mixed” full-year outlook.

17 Sep
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Sirius Minerals pulls $500m bond issue due to 'poor market conditions'

Sirius Minerals said it was pulling a $500m raising due to jittery bond markets and cutting the rate of development on the world's biggest potash project as the UK government also refused support.

16 Sep
Asia report: Shares mixed after attack on Saudi oil production

Asian stocks closed mixed on Monday with oil prices surging after the weeken drone attacks on production facilities in Saudi Arabia.

16 Sep
Direct Line appoints new CFO

Direct Line said former Royal London deputy chief executive Tim Harris had been appointed as chief financial officer effective October 1, 2019.

16 Sep
INPP to raise £75m through share issue

International Public Partnerships (INPP) on Monday said it was raising £75m to pay down debts through a share issue.

16 Sep
Tullow Oil reports new discovery from Guyana well

Tullow Oil said its Joe-1 exploration well had successfully opened a new Upper Tertiary oil play in the Guyana basin.

13 Sep
SSE sells retail unit to Ovo for £500m

SSE on Friday said it was selling its retail business to OVO Group for £500m comprising £400m cash and £100m in loan notes.

12 Sep
UK 'faces food, fuel, medicine shortages' in no-deal Brexit - govt

Britain could face an increase in food and fuel prices, public disorder and a disrupted medical supplies in a no-deal Brexit, according to documents the government was ordered to publish.

12 Sep
Babcock wins £1.25bn UK navy frigate order

A consortium led by Babcock has been named preferred bidder for a £1. 25bn contract to build five Type 31 warships for the UK navy.

12 Sep
Morrisons Q2 sales fall as interims rise 5.3%

Supermarket retailer Morrisons reported a fall in second quarter like-for-like sales as it posted a 5. 3% rise in interim profit on Thursday.

12 Sep
BAT to axe 2,300 senior jobs; focus on new products

British American Tobacco said it was axing 2,300 management jobs as it looked to simplify its structure and reinvest the savings in developing new products such as vapour, tobacco heating and oral tobacco.

11 Sep
UK parliament suspension unlawful - Scottish court

The UK parliament was unlawfully suspended by Prime Minister Boris Johnson, Scotland’s highest civil court ruled on Wednesday.

11 Sep
US court rules on damages for Genus technology infringements

Genus on Wednesday said a US court had ruled on damages over infringement of two bull semen sexing patents sold by ABS Global under the Intelligen brand.

11 Sep
Inchcape sells three Australian sites for £63m

Auto distributor Inchcape said it was selling three retail sites in Australia to Sime Darby Motors for £63m.

10 Sep
IP Group reports interim NAV fall in 'challenging' sector

IP Group reported a fall in first half net asset value (NAV) in “challenging” conditions for the sector.

10 Sep
UK parliament shuts down as Johnson loses second election bid

The UK parliament was suspended for five weeks early on Tuesday morning as Prime Minister Boris Johnson suffered his sixth defeat in a row when MPs voted against a snap election.