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Europe midday: Shares extend gains on pleasing earnings

European stocks extended gains at midday on Wednesday as investors eyed positive corporate earnings despite continuing worries about higher inflation.

11:26
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National Express sees higher revenues as passengers return

Increased passenger numbers helped bus operator National Express report better trading across all its markets last month as Covid lockdown restrictions eased.

10:36
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Compass sees Q3 margin improvement as interims slump

Catering giant Compass said it expected a gradual recovery in third quarter margins after interim profits and revenue slumped due to the coronavirus pandemic.

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Europe open: Shares edge ahead as UDG Healthcare deal cheers investors

European stocks edged ahead at the opening on Wednesday after the previous session's selloff as investors eyed positive corporate earnings despite continuing worries about higher inflation.

08:28
Future buys Marie Claire US for undisclosed sum

Media platform Future said it had bought Marie Claire US, a joint venture between Marie Claire Album SAS and Hearst Magazines Media, for an undisclosed sum.

08:17
Spirax-Sarco reports better-than-expected margins in new year

Spirax‐Sarco Engineering said margins in the four months to April 30 were higher than expected after a rise in sales.

11 May
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Europe open: Shares extend losses as inflationary fears rise again

European shares extended losses at lunchtime on Tuesday as fears of rising US inflation after a sharp sell-off in tech stocks on Wall Street overnight spooked investors.

11 May
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UK's Heathrow April passenger numbers slump 92% since 2019

Britain's Heathrow lost almost 6. 3 million passengers in April compared with the same month in 2019, figures released on Tuesday by the airport revealed.

11 May
UK govt offloads NatWest shares at a loss to taxpayer

The British government has reduced its stake in NatWest Bank at a hefty loss to the taxpayer.

11 May
Europe open: Shares tumble after tech sell-off on Wall Street

European shares fell from record highs as a sharp sell-off in tech stocks on Wall Street and weaker Asian markets spooked investors amid fears of rising inflation.

11 May
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Morrisons reports sales slowdown but sees full-year profits growth

UK supermarket Morrisons reported a marked slowdown in quarter-on-quarter sales but reiterated guidance for full-year profits growth and lower debt.

10 May
Europe midday: Stocks steady after hitting fresh record

European stocks were flat to slightly weaker by midday on Monday, as the pound moved above $1. 41 for the first time since February.

10 May
Europe open: Stoxx hits fresh record on economic recovery hopes

European stocks pushed further into record territory at the opening on Monday as the pound moved above $1. 40 on hopes of holiday travel and reopening of economies.

10 May
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Centrica maintains £100m cost savings target as demand falls in Q1

British Gas owner Centrica said it continued to expect year-on-year operating cost savings of more than £100m this year as part of its restructure plans.

07 May
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Europe midday: Shares continue to rally on Meggitt, Adidas news

European shares nudged record levels on Friday, boosted by strong US markets, an upbeat outlook from sportswear maker Adidas and reports that UK aerospace engineer Meggitt could be a takeover target.

07 May
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IAG cautious on Q2 capacity after €1bn first quarter loss

British Airways owner IAG reported a first quarter operating loss of €1. 06bn and pulled full-year guidance as the Covid pandemic continued to batter the airline industry.

07 May
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Europe open: Shares hit record highs on Meggitt takeover talk

European shares hit record levels at the opening on Friday, boosted by strong US markets, an upbeat outlook from sportswear maker Adidas and reports that UK aerospace engineer Meggitt could be a takeover target.

07 May
Syncona's Gyroscope Therapeutics postpones IPO

Syncona portfolio company Gyroscope Therapeutics Holdings has postponed plans for its initial public offering in light of current market conditions, the healthcare firm said on Friday.

06 May
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Trainline losses widen on Covid impact but sees signs of recovery

Online ticket platform Trainline widened annual losses as passenger demand plunged during the Covid-19 pandemic, but said it was seeing the first signs of recovery as lockdowns ease and non-essential travel resumed.

06 May
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Europe open: Shares higher as SocGen, UniCredit beat expectations

European markets edged ahead at the opening on Thursday as strong earnings from Societe Generale cheered investors who were also eyeing a policy decision from the Bank of England.