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UK Finance Minister Philip Hammond effectively declared war on Boris Johnson on Friday, when he refused to rule out supporting a no-confidence motion if the Tory leadership favourite became prime minister.
European shares were flat as an initial boost from stronger sessions in the US and Asia and renewed hopes of more monetary easing from the US Federal Reserve dissipated by lunchtime.
European shares opened higher at the end of the week on the back of stronger sessions in the US and Asia and renewed hopes of more monetary easing from the US Federal Reserve.
Emergency household repairs business Homeserve said it was selling its 49% shareholding in its Italian associate, Assistenza Casa, to its partner Edison due to “limited opportunities” for customer growth.
Travel food operator SSP Group said third quarter revenue rose 9. 2% on a constant currency basis, but added that some of its airports had been impacted by the grounding of Boeing Max 737 aircraft and the transfer of passengers away from its terminals.
British MPs on Thursday approved an amendment aimed at stopping the suspension of parliament to force through a no-deal Brexit.
The euro slipped on Thursday on a report that the European Central Bank had started to look at revising their inflation target.
Britain would have to “face the consequences” of a no-deal Brexit, said European Union chief negotiator Michel Barnier.
Hochschild Mining said it it was “firmly on track” to meet full year production as its strong start to 2019 continued with second quarter attributable production of 123,959 gold equivalent ounces.
Anglo American said it was lowering full year production guidance to the bottom end of forecasts at its De Beers diamond operation in response to weaker market conditions.
Italian financial police on Wednesday seized board meeting minutes of Atlantia, whose subsidiary operated the Morandi bridge in Genoa that collapsed last year, killing 43 people.
German defence minister Ursula von der Leyen was on Tuesday confirmed as the European Commission’s first female president.
The EU on Wednesday launched a formal investigation into how Amazon uses data from independent merchants selling products on its websites.
Acacia Mining on Wednesday said it was seeking a stay of international arbitration over a dispute with Tanzania just days before a takeover offer deadline from majority shareholder Barrick Gold.
BHP said iron ore output recovered in the fourth quarter after a cyclone hit production in March, adding that output could grow by up to 6% in the 2020 financial year.
Fresnillo said it was cutting 2019 production targets, blaming lower-than-expected grades of ore grades and delays in construction work at the Herradura gold mine in Mexico.
Philip Green’s plan to rescue his troubled Arcadia group from administration is facing a challenge from US property company Vornado, according to court papers filed in the UK.
European Commission presidency candidate Ursula von der Leyen on Tuesday said she would consider a Brexit extension beyond October 31 if it was required.
Rio Tinto on Tuesday said costs at its Oyu Tolgoi underground copper mine in Mongolia would blow out by up to $1. 9bn with a delay of up to 30 months.
Recruitment company Hays reported zero growth in fourth quarter net fees as weak market conditions across Australia, New Zealand and the UK offset growth in Germany.