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30 Sep
Some Thomas Cook customers will wait 60 days for refunds - CAA

Some Thomas Cook customers may have to wait for at least two months to receive a refund after the travel firm collapsed last week, the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) said on Monday.

30 Sep
Shell starts quarterly updates; sees Q3 LNG production of up to 930k barrels

Royal Dutch Shell on Monday started quarterly outlooks, forecasting LNG production of 930,000 – 960,000 barrels of oil equivalent per day in the third quarter.

30 Sep
Polymetal upgrades resource estimate at Viksha deposit

Polymetal on Monday said the resource estimate for its Viksha deposit in north west Russia now stood at 5. 7m ounces of palladium equivalent.

27 Sep
Pound falls as BoE's Saunders says Brexit uncertainty may mean rate cut

The pound fell on Friday after a Bank of England policymaker said interest rates may need to be cut if high levels of uncertainty over Brexit persisted.

27 Sep
Grainger sees 3.4% year-to-date rental growth

Grainger, the UK's largest listed provider of private rental housing, reported overall rental growth of 3. 4% in the 11 months to August 31.

27 Sep
James Fisher wins submarine rescue equipment contract

James Fisher & Sons said it had won a multi-million pound contract to design and build submarine rescue equipment, as part of a comprehensive submarine rescue capability being provided to China Shipbuilding & Offshore International Co.

26 Sep
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SSP Group sees tasty rise in FY turnover

Travel food outlet retailer SSP Group on Thursday said full year turnover would be 10% higher at actual exchange rates as it maintained guidance for 2019 but warned of airline capacity cuts in 2020.

26 Sep
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IAG profits to take €215m hit from BA pilots' strike

Airline operator IAG said it expected a €215m (£188. 7m) fall in 2019 full year operating profit before exceptional items as a result of the British Airways pilots' strike in September.

25 Sep
Sainsbury's sees £50m fall in interim profits but holds FY outlook

Supermarket group Sainsbury's said first-half pre-tax profits would fall by £50m due to the impact of unseasonal weather and higher marketing costs, but maintained its full year outlook.

25 Sep
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US Democrats launch impeachment proceedings against Trump

The US Democratic Party took a huge gamble on Tuesday and started impeachment proceedings against President Donald Trump over allegations he pressured Ukraine to investigate his political rival Joe Biden.

24 Sep
UK Supreme Court rules parliament suspension unlawful

Prime Minister Boris Johnson's advice to the Queen that parliament should be suspended for five weeks was ruled unlawful by the UK Supreme Court in a unanimous decision with MPs set to reconvene on Wednesday morning.

24 Sep
TUI says challenges to continue in 2020; gauging Thomas Cook impact

Travel operator TUI reiterated its forecast of a fall in full year profits and warned Brexit worries, Boeing 737 Max groundings and airline overcapacity would continue to pose challenges in the new fiscal year.

24 Sep
Galliford wins UK contracts worth £461m

Building group Galliford Try said its highways business had won a series of UK road improvement contracts worth £461m.

23 Sep
Labour's Corbyn fends off challenge for Brexit remain campaign

UK opposition leader Jeremy Corbyn on Monday saw off a challenge that would have forced Labour to back Remain in a pre-election referendum on Britain's European Union membership.

23 Sep
Marks & Spencer CFO to step down

High Street retailer Marks & Spencer on Monday said chief financial officer Humphrey Singer had decided to leave the company after only 14 months in the job.

23 Sep
Thomas Cook collapses after rescue talks fail

Travel operator Thomas Cook finally collapsed on Monday as last-minute talks to save the industry giant failed, leaving 600,000 holidaymakers stranded around the world and putting 22,000 global jobs at risk.

20 Sep
Investec warns on interim profits as Brexit worries, costs take toll

Asset manager Investec warned on interim profits as Brexit, trade wars and a company restructure were all forecast to hit earnings.

19 Sep
Online sales drive rise in Next interim profits

High Street fashion chain Next said interim profits rose 2. 7%, as strong online sales offset a fall in retail and the company maintained its outlook for the full year.

19 Sep
Spectris sells BTG unit to Voith for €319m

Instruments and controls company Spectris said it had sold its BTG unit to German paper supplier Voith for €319m (£283m) in cash as it moved to focus on high-growth end markets.

19 Sep
Tate & Lyle agrees £930m pension de-risking deal with L&G

Sugar and sweeteners group Tate & Lyle said it had agreed a £930m pension scheme bulk annuity insurance buy-in with Legal & General.