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22 Oct
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Minas-Rio boosts Anglo American Q3; warns on copper output

Anglo American on Tuesday said third quarter production rose 4% driven by a ramp up in iron ore output at its Brazilian operation where it raised full year guidance.

22 Oct
Bunzl Q3 revenues rise against mixed markets

Distribution and services group Bunzl said third quarter revenue grew by 4% and reaffirmed full year expectations against mixed global macroeconomic conditions.

21 Oct
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Capco says no offer received from Candy

UK property firm Capital & Counties (Capco) said it had not received any potential bids for the business after weekend reports that luxury property developer Nicholas Candy was in early talks over a possible cash offer.

21 Oct
Johnson's Brexit deal hangs in balance as Labour eyes DUP support

UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson's Brexit deal hung in the balance as the government sought a meaningful vote on Monday and Labour wooed unionist MPs in an attempt to form a blocking majority.

21 Oct
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Just Eat delivers tasty revenue rise as orders drive on

Third quarter revenue at online food delivery service Just Eat grew 25% to £248m despite as the group reaffirmed full year guidance and losses in its Latin American operations.

18 Oct
UK's Johnson faces challenge to get Brexit deal through parliament

UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson was on Friday preparing to drum up support for the Brexit deal he agreed with the EU ahead of an historic Saturday sitting of parliament.

18 Oct
LSE Q3 income rises on strong clearing; CFO Warren to retire

Third quarter income at the London Stock Exchange rose 12% to £587m driven by a strong performance in its clearing division as it announced the retirement of chief financial officer David Warren.

17 Oct
EU, UK agree Brexit deal but DUP rejects proposals

Britain and the European Union agreed a Brexit deal with a compromise reached on the contentious Northern Ireland border even though the Democratic Unionists refused to support it.

17 Oct
DUP rejects Johnson Brexit deal ahead of EU summit

UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson's attempt to secure a Brexit deal at a European Union summit was dashed at the last minute on Thursday when the Democratic Unionist Party said it would not support his proposals.

17 Oct
WH Smith expands into US with £300m Marshall buy

UK newspaper and stationer retailer WH Smith said it was buying US travel retailer Marshall Retail Group (MRG) for $400m (£312m) in cash as it reported a 7% rise in full year profits.

17 Oct
BHP to make final decision on potash ptoject in 2021

BHP said it would make a final investment decision on the massive $17bn Canadian potash project in 2021.

16 Oct
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National Express wins new Morocco contract

Transport operator National Express Group said it had won an up to 15-year Moroccan bus contract forecast to generate €1bn in revenues over the term.

16 Oct
Rio Tinto Q3 iron ore shipments rise 5%

Higher Chinese demand helped mining giant Rio Tinto report a 5% rise in third-quarter iron ore shipments.

15 Oct
Woodford flagship fund to be wound up

The flagship investment fund of one-time stockmarket star Neil Woodford is to be wound up, its administrator said on Tuesday.

15 Oct
Marston's sees lower full-year profits

Pub and brewery owner Marston's said it expected to report a fall in pre-tax profits due to lower earnings at its destination and premium businesses where higher wage costs hit margins.

15 Oct
Brexit worries hit fee income growth at Hays

Hays became the latest recruitment firm to report a fall in net fee growth from the UK and Ireland as Brexit worries continued to dent business confidence.

14 Oct
Energean selling Edison Norwegian assets for $250m

Mediterranean-focused Energean Oil and Gas said it was selling Edison Exploration & Production's UK and Norwegian subsidiaries to Neptune Energy Group for $250m in cash.

14 Oct
Ferrexpo will 'take any actions needed' over CEO allegations

Ferrexpo said it would “take any actions that are needed” in the interests of shareholders and the company over allegations surrounding chief executive and majority shareholder Kostyantin Zhevago.

11 Oct
Losses widen at Entertainment One ahead of Hasbro deal

First quarter pre-tax losses widened at Peppa Pig owner Entertainment One, driven by higher debts and lower revenues from film and television.

11 Oct
TP ICAP hit with £15.4m fine over historic Tullett Prebon trades

Interdealer broker TP ICAP was slapped with a £15. 4m fine on Friday by the UK's financial regulator for failing to control traders at its Tullett Prebon unit between 2008 – 2011.