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07 Dec
FTSE 250 movers: Cheers for M&B, Moonpig slumps on sales downgrade

FTSE 250: 18,975. 98, down 0. 65% at 1515 GMT.

07 Dec
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Moonpig shares dive as FY revenue forecast lowered, H1 profits halved

Greetings card maker Moonpig on Wednesday lowered full-year sales forecasts as it warned that trading conditions had become “progressively more challenging” through October and November and Royal Mail Strikes had also hit orders.

07 Dec
China Nov exports, imports fall more than expected

China’s dollar-denominated exports in November fell a more than expected 8. 7% year on year to $296bn, compared with a decline of 0. 3 per cent in October, according to official data released on Wednesday.

07 Dec
Europe midday: Shares lower as China data hits sentiment

European stocks were lower at midday on Wednesday as even China’s lifting of Covid curbs failed to lift the gloom over a probable continuation of interest rate hikes amid weak growth in the eurozone.

07 Dec
Eurozone Q3 GDP revised upwards

Economic growth for the eurozone economy in the third quarter has been revised upwards from preliminary estimates, driven by fixed capital investment and household spending.

07 Dec
Europe open: Shares fall as China data offsets easing of Covid curbs

European stocks opened lower on Wednesday as even China’s lifting of Covid curbs failed to lift the gloom over a probable continuation of interest rate hikes amid weak growth in the eurozone.

07 Dec
Baltic Classifieds interim profits up on strong revenues

Online advertising group Baltic Classifieds reported a rise in interim profits driven by all its business units.

07 Dec
UK's CMA drops probe into Mitie over detention centre contracts

Britain’s competition regulator has dropped a probe into outsourcer Mitie over a procurement process for immigration removal centre contracts run by the Home Office, the company said on Wednesday.

06 Dec
FTSE 250 movers: No greetings for Moonpig; Paragon in the money

FTSE 250: 19,139. 92, down 0. 98% at 1625 GMT.

06 Dec
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SSP swings to profit as travel recovers

Travel food outlet operator SSP Group swung to a full year profit as passenger numbers rebounded from the Covid pandemic during the summer and said the new financial year has started well with sales strengthening further to an average of 104% of 2019 levels in the first eight weeks.

06 Dec
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Europe midday: Shares still lower after EZ manufacturing PMIs

European shares opened lower on Tuesday as strong services data in the US suggested that policymakers may have to maintain an aggressive stance on interest rates.

06 Dec
Europe open: Shares slip after strong US services data

European shares opened lower on Tuesday as strong services data in the US suggested that policymakers may have to maintain an aggressive stance on interest rates.

06 Dec
Airtel Africa signs new $194m bank facility

Telecoms and mobile money services provider Airtel Africa said it had signed a new $194m facility with International Finance Corporation (IFC), a sister organisation of the World Bank and a member of the World Bank Group.

06 Dec
MAM holds guidance, to make £67m pension fund contribution

Morgan Advanced Materials maintained full-year guidance and said it was making a £67m contribution towards its defined benefit pension scheme top free up cash flow.

06 Dec
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Coats buys £350m bulk annuity policy from Aviva

Industrial thread maker Coats Group said the trustee of its UK pension scheme had purchased a £350m bulk annuity policy from Aviva.

05 Dec
FTSE 250 movers: Savills slumps, Home REIT paddled by The Boatman

FTSE 250: 19,370. 63, up 0. 04% at 1515 GMT.

05 Dec
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Vodafone CEO Nick Read to step down

Vodafone said chief executive Nick Read would step down at the end December after a year in which the telecoms group as seen its share price plummet and activist investors attack its growth strategy.

05 Dec
EZ October retail sales fall 1.8% month-on-month

Eurozone October retail sales fell 1. 8% compared with September, according to data released by the EU on Monday.

05 Dec
Europe midday: EZ data hits sentiment as bloc faces recession

European shares were in the red after eurozone retail sales and business survey data showed the regional economy was headed for a recession.

05 Dec
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UK November new car sales up 23.5% - SMMT

UK November new car registrations grew by more than a fifth year on year, the fourth successive increase, according to industry data released on Monday.