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17 Jan
Hospitals delayed by Carillion collapse as costs blow out - NAO

The cost of building two new hospitals that are still uncompleted after the collapse of government contractor Carillion, the National Audit Office said on Friday.

17 Jan
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Flybe defends rescue as rivals attack deal

The war of words over Flybe's rescue package escalated on Friday as the regional airline denied it had received favourable treatment and competitors threatened legal action.

17 Jan
Cranswick sees FY profits above forecasts

Food producer Cranswick said it expected full year adjusted pre-tax profit to be higher than current market forecasts.

17 Jan
Rio Tinto reports fall in 2019 iron ore shipments

Rio Tinto reported a 3% fall in iron ore shipments in 2019 as a cyclone and a fire at a port facility disrupted operations.

16 Jan
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US, China sign phase one of trade 'deal'

The US and China on Wednesday signed an agreement in the first phase of a deal designed to ease the long-running trade war between the two countries.

16 Jan
Big Yellow Q3 revenues up against weak economic backdrop

Self storage group Big Yellow reported a 1. 9% rise in third quarter revenue as political and economic uncertainty continued in the lead-up to the UK General Election.

16 Jan
Hays warns on profits as Brexit, bushfires, weak Germany hit fees

International recruitment firm Hays on Thursday warned of a lower first-half operating profit as its main markets were hit by economic uncertainty.

16 Jan
Whitbread UK sales fall on weaker hotel demand

UK like-for-like third quarter sales at pubs to hotels group Whitbread fell 1. 3% as Brexit-related weak accommodation demand offset a strong good performance in food and beverages in “challenging” conditions.

15 Jan
Hochschild Mining holds forecasts

Hochschild Mining maintained 2020 production forecasts after a strong final quarter driven by its Inmaculada mine in Peru.

15 Jan
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Tullow books $1.5bn writedown on lower price outlook

Tullow Oil said it expected to report a $1. 5bn writedown after cutting its long-term oil price assumptions and lowering reserve estimates in Ghana.

15 Jan
Persimmon revenues fall as firm spends on fixing building standards

Troubled house builder Persimmon reported a fall in full year revenue as it spent more cash fixing poor quality homes after an independent review last month slammed the standards of the company's work.

15 Jan
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Flybe averts collapse after govt, shareholders strike deal

British regional carrier Flybe was saved from collapse on Tuesday night after the government and airline's shareholders reached a deal to keep it in the air.

14 Jan
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UK govt considers air duty cut to save Flybe

UK government officials were set to meet on Tuesday in an attempt to save regional air carrier Flybe from collapse with a potential cut in flying taxes on the table.

14 Jan
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Gambling Commission bans use of credit cards for online bets

The UK's gambling regulator has banned the industry from allowing credit cards to be used to pay for online bets from April.

14 Jan
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Taylor Wimpey on track as it welcomes UK election result

House builder Taylor Wimpey said it expected full year results to be in line with expectations as it welcomed increased political stability after the UK General Election.

14 Jan
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Grafton reports better-than-expected end to 2019

Builders merchant Grafton on Tuesday reported better-than-expected trading conditions in November and December despite a weaker UK market.

13 Jan
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UK regulator set to ban online credit card bets - report

The gambling industry watchdog is preparing to ban bookmakers from taking credit card deposits for betting online to protect vulnerable customers, the Guardian reported citing unnamed sources.

13 Jan
Spirent lifts 2019 profit guidance after strong Q4

Telecoms company Spirent Communications increased its full year profit guidance as customers continued to invest in 5G infrastructure.

13 Jan
LondonMetric sells Worcester property for £6.2m

LondonMetric Property said it had sold an office park in Worcester for £6. 2m, reflecting a net initial yield of 6. 7%.

13 Jan
Ferrexpo reports slight fall in annual production

Higher prices helped iron ore pellet producer Ferrexpo offset cost increases as it reported a slight fall in annual production.