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08 Dec
Europe close: Shares up after surprise rise in US payroll numbers

European shares closed higher on Friday after a higher-than-expected rise in US non-farm payroll numbers last month boosted hopes that downward pressure on wages would help quell inflation and the need for more rate rises.

08 Dec
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Anglo American targets $1bn in cost cuts by end-2024

Global miner Anglo American on Friday outlined plans to cut operational costs by around $1bn by the end of 2024, reducing production by about 4% as near-term constraints and volatile market conditions continued to weigh on earnings and its share price.

08 Dec
Europe midday: Shares push ahead as investors await US payroll data

European shares pushed further into positive territory on Friday as investors awaited US payrolls data later in the days.

08 Dec
Europe open: Shares edge higher ahead of US payrolls

European shares edged into positive territory on Friday as investors awaited US payrolls data later in the days.

08 Dec
Flutter confirms plans for January US listing

Paddy Power owner Flutter on Friday confirmed it was working towards a listing on the New York Stock Exchange of January 29, 2024.

07 Dec
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Corporate majors boosted profits through 'greedflation', says new report

Some of the world's biggest multinational companies have been fuelling inflation through unnecessary and excessive price hikes and should face a global corporation tax, according to a report published on Thursday.

07 Dec
Europe midday: Shares lower as EZ GDP stalls

European shares were lower on Thursday as investors digested data showing growth in the eurozone had stalled.

07 Dec
Europe open: Shares down on weak Wall St ahead of EZ data

European shares were lower on Thursday after weak sessions in the US and Asia.

07 Dec
Frasers profits jump 8% on strong international retail sales

Sports Direct owner Frasers Group posted an 8% rise in interim profits, driven by a strong jump in sales at its international division.

07 Dec
German October industrial production falls unexpectedly

German industrial production unexpectedly fell by 0. 4% in October compared to the previous month, according to official data published on Thursday.

07 Dec
DS Smith CEO to retire; Interim profits fall

Packaging manufacturer DS Smith on Thursday said chief executive Miles Roberts would be retiring no later than the end of next November as it also unveiled a fall in interim profit.

06 Dec
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Europe close: Shares close higher on hopes of ECB rate cut

European closed higher on Wednesday as investors started to bet on interest rate cuts and shrugged off an unexpected slump in German factory orders, while Merck shares tanked after a multiple-sclerosis drug failed in late-stage trials.

06 Dec
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Tui mulls listing move to Germany from UK; Sees 25% profit jump

Travel giant Tui said it would ask shareholders to approve a move of its stock market listing to Frankfurt from London as it also forecast a 25% rise in operating profit this year after 2023 earnings more than doubled on the back of strong demand.

06 Dec
Europe midday: Gains held on rate cut bets; Merck, Tui in focus

European shares held morning gains on Wednesday as investors started to bet on interest rate cuts and shrugged off an unexpected slump in German factory orders, while Merck shares tanked after a multiple-sclerosis drug failed in late-stage trials.

06 Dec
Europe open: Shares up on rate cut bets; Merck tanks on MS trial failure

European shares made a strong start on Wednesday as investors started to bet on interest rate cuts and shrugged off an unexpected slump in German factory orders, while Merck shares tanked after a multiple-sclerosis drug failed in late-stage trials.

06 Dec
Marshalls appoints Matthew Pullen as CEO

Building and landscape materials supplier Marshalls on Wednesday said it had appointed former Genuit Group chief operating officer Matthew Pullen as chief executive-designate, to succeed Martyn Coffey.

06 Dec
Woodside signs 20-year LNG deal with Mexico Pacific

Australian miner Woodside Energy has signed a deal with energy company Mexico Pacific to buy 1. 3 million tonnes of liquefied natural gas (LNG) a year for two decades.