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23 Jul
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Europe midday: Autos drive shares on as markets hold gains

European shares started the final session of the week higher, boosted by auto stocks and the European Central Bank promise to continue stimulus.

23 Jul
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Ultra Electronics 'minded' to recommend £2.58bn Cobham offer

UK defence company Ultra Electronics on Friday said it was minded to recommend a £2. 58bn takeover bid from Cobham to shareholders.

23 Jul
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Vodafone Q1 revenues rise as Europe, Africa return to growth

Telecoms operator Vodafone reported a better-than-expected rise in first quarter revenue as European and African services returned to growth.

23 Jul
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Euro zone July business activity soars but Delta worries hit confidence

Euro zone business activity in July expanded at its fastest monthly pace in more than 20 years as services were boosted by an easing of Covid curbs, although fears of another wave of infections hit confidence, according to a survey released Friday.

23 Jul
Europe open: Corporate news, ECB pledge help maintain share rally

European shares started the final session of the week higher, boosted by more upbeat corporate news and the European Central Bank promise to continue stimulus.

22 Jul
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Europe midday: Shares hold gains ahead of ECB meeting

European shares held gains at midday, driven by strong corporate earnings and optimism over economic recovery from the Covid pandemic and hopes the European Central Bank would maintain a dovish stance on policy at its meeting later on Thursday.

22 Jul
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UK supermarkets fear panic-buying amid 'pingdemic' fiasco

British supermarkets have called on the government to include the sector in its plan to exempt critical workers from isolation if they have been “pinged” by the NHS Covid test-and-trace app amid fears of food shortages on shop shelves.

22 Jul
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Britvic Q3 revenues rise as Covid curbs ease

UK soft-drinks maker Britvic reported a rise in third quarter revenues driven by the easing of Covid restrictions and strong “at home” sales.

22 Jul
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Unilever Q2 sales beat estimates, but costs bite into margins

Consumer goods conglomerate Unilever reported higher-than-expected underlying sales growth for the second quarter but cut full-year operating margin forecasts due to rising costs.

22 Jul
FirstGroup increases shareholder payout to £500m from US sale

UK transport operator FirstGroup on Thursday said it was increasing shareholder returns by £135m after completing the sale of its US bus assets to private equity firm EQT Infrastructure.

22 Jul
Europe open: Stocks continue rally on corporate earnings

European shares opened higher on Thursday, driven by strong corporate earnings and optimism over economic recovery from the Covid pandemic.

22 Jul
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Centrica profits flat as Covid, strikes offset higher prices

Energy supplier Centrica reported flat first-half operating profits as higher commodity prices and stronger demand offset by the impact of Covid-19 and industrial action.

21 Jul
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M&S boss warns of empty shelves in NIreland due to Brexit deal

UK retailer Marks & Spencer warned that it would not supply some Christmas good to Northern Ireland due to increased customs checks as part of the Brexit deal signed by Prime Minister Boris Johnson.

21 Jul
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Royal Mail parcel volumes dip as Covid curbs ease

Royal Mail said revenues rose 12. 5% in the first quarter as people continued to shop online with Covid lockdown restrictions still in place, although UK parcel volumes had started to slip as curbs were lifted.

21 Jul
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Next lifts annual guidance as Q2 sales crush forecasts

UK fashion retailer Next on Wednesday lifted full-year profits guidance after second quarter full price sales smashed expectations.

21 Jul
Europe midday: Rally continues as upbeat earnings please investors

European shares continued to rally on Wednesday as upbeat earnings reports and a strong rise in travel stocks boosted sentiment.

21 Jul
Hochschild Mining says on track to hit production targets after strong Q1

South America-focused Hochschild Mining said it was on track to meet production targets as second-quarter output rose on the back of strong performance from its Inmaculada mine and increases at the Pallancata and San Jose operations.

21 Jul
St Modwen bidder enters loan agreement

St Modwen Properties said the Blackstone-backed firm planning to take the UK residential property company private in a $1. 75bn deal has entered into a loan agreement to fund the transaction.

21 Jul
Europe open: Shares rally on upbeat earnings, travel sector

European shares opened higher on Wednesday as upbeat earnings reports and a strong rise in travel stocks boosted sentiment.

21 Jul
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Rio Tinto agrees to fund study into damage cause by Panguna mine

Global miner Rio Tinto has promised to pay for an independent assessment of environmental damage caused by its Panguna mine in Bougainville 32 years after it fled the island as it descended into civil war.