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20 May
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May touts 'bold' Brexit offer as Tories face Euro election hiding

Prime Minister Theresa May started the week of the European elections touting a “bold” new offer to MPs on her Brexit withdrawal plan.

20 May
Unite student fund raises £250m

Student accommodation manager Unite Group said its Unite UK Student Accommodation Fund (USAF) had raised £250m of new equity from external investors.

17 May
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Metro Bank raises £375m; shares soar on news

Troubled British lender Metro Bank confirmed it had raised £375m to prop up its balance sheet, £25m more than planned, sending its shares sharply higher in early Friday trade.

17 May
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Cairn Energy sees production within guidance

Cairn Energy said group production for 2019 remained within guidance of 19,000-22,000 bopd for the first four months of the yea.

16 May
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May promises to set out departure date in June

UK Prime Minister Theresa May on Thursday agreed to set out a plan for her departure from office after another vote on the Brexit withdrawal deal in June.

16 May
Euromoney pre-tax interims slump; underlying earnings solid

Euromoney Institutional Investor said interim pre-tax profits fell 59%to £49. 3m due to a gain on the sale of its Dealogic stake in 2017 that lifted the previous year's figures.

16 May
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Europe open: Shares lower as Trump blacklists Huawei

European shares opened lower on Thursday as US President Donald Trump's decision to declare a national emergency and blacklist China telecoms giant Huawei weighed on sentiment.

16 May
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Hill & Smith says trading ahead of last year

Road safety barrier maker Hill & Smith Holdings said trading in the first four months of 2019 was ahead of last year despite a “cautious” investment environment.

16 May
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Lloyds Bank to pay quarterly dividends amid row over CEO pension

Lloyds on Thursday said it would start to pay quarterly dividends to its 2. 4m shareholders from June 2020 amid a row over executive pensions at Britain's largest retail bank.

15 May
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May putting Brexit deal to vote in early June

UK Prime Minister Theresa May will next month put her premiership on the line as she tries to force her Brexit deal through parliament, even as MPs across the divide said they would vote in down for a fourth time.

15 May
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Costs put the brakes on profits at Aston Martin

A strong appetite for luxury cars in China and the Americas drove first quarter revenues at posh marque Aston Martin, but higher expansion costs helped it skid to a loss for the period.

15 May
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Asia Pacific lifts Spirax-Sarco sales, profits in year to date

Valve maker Spirax-Sarco Engineering said organic sales growth in the first four months of 2019 had remained similar to levels in the second half of 2018.

15 May
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Kingfisher sales rise in Q1 despite mixed results in France

DIY chain owner Kingfisher on Monday maintained full year guidance as it reported a 0. 8% rise in first quarter sales on a like-for-like basis.

14 May
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UK Brexit negotiator seeks changes to future EU relations - report

Britain's chief Brexit negotiator was reportedly travelling to Brussels on Tuesday to discuss changes to the political declaration on the UK's future relationship with the EU.

14 May
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Bank of Georgia Q1 profits up on strong economy

First quarter adjusted earnings at Bank of Georgia first-quarter rose 10. 4%, aided by a strong domestic economy and despite termination payments to former executives.

14 May
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Retail woes hit Landsec as FY losses widen

A “significant” fall in the value of Land Securities' retail assets led to wider full year pre-tax losses as retail failures increased vacancies and the company warned of no let up in the near term.

13 May
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UK MPs say banks putting poor, elderly at risk with branch closures

Britain's banks are putting the elderly and poor at risk through increasing branch closures, a powerful commons committee said on Monday.

13 May
Europe open: Shares lower on US-China concerns

European shares were weaker at the open on Monday as the US-China trade spat showed no signs of a resolution.

13 May
Centrica sees challenging trading conditions in first half

British Gas owner Centrica maintained full year guidance on cash flow and net debt Monday but said a “challenging” environment due to falling gas prices, tariff caps, warmer weather and nuclear outages had forced it to conduct a strategic review of its portfolio.