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13 Jan
dl frankfurt
Europe midday: Shares lower as inflationary worries intensify

European shares were lower on Thursday as companies reported persistent inflationary pressures and the ongoing spike in Covid Omicron cases and shares in UK house builder Countryside Properties fell by almost a third.

13 Jan
dl frankfurt central business district
Europe open: Shares edge lower as Countryside Property slumps

European shares opened slightly lower on Thursday amid inflationary pressures and the ongoing spike in Covid Omicron cases.

13 Jan
marks and spencer, maks&spender, supermarket, retail
Marks & Spencer edges up annual profits guidance

UK food and clothing retailer Marks & Spencer said it now expected annual profits of at least £500m after strong Christmas sales driven by outperformance in its food range, but also warned of intensified inflationary pressure.

13 Jan
Tesco, retailing, supermarkets, retail
Tesco lifts annual guidance again, but inflation dampens outlook

UK supermarket chain Tesco on Thursday lifted annual profits guidance for the second time in four months after better-than-expected third quarter and Christmas sales but warned of inflation hitting operating costs.

13 Jan
Wizz Air issues €500m bond to repay BoE Covid loan

Budget airline Wizz Air said it had issued a new €500m bond to repay Covid-19 financing from the Bank of England.

13 Jan
wood group
Wood Group to sell environment unit as core earnings fall

Consulting and engineering company John Wood Group on Thursday reported a fall in core profit and said it was selling its built environment division after a review.

13 Jan
Aviva CFO leaves to join Persimmon

Aviva chief financial officer Jason Windsor has resigned to join house builder Persimmon, the company said on Thursday.