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25 Oct
Europe midday: Shares down as Worldline tanks on profit warning

European shares extended losses on Wednesday as Worldline stock plunged by 60% after the French payments company slashed earnings targets.

25 Oct
Europe open: Shares lower despite China stimulus moves

European shares opened lower on Wednesday, despite upbeat trading in Asia overnight on news of China's new stimulus measures, as the latest Middle East conflict continued to weigh on sentiment.

25 Oct
Lloyds Bank Q3 profits surge despite lower lending

Lloyds Bank reported a massive jump in third quarter profits as it continued to cash in on higher interest rates, despite a reduction in lending to customers amid tough macroeconomic conditions.

25 Oct
Ibstock holds guidance despite lower brick demand in Q3

Brick and building materials maker Ibstock maintained annual guidance despite lower volumes as higher prices and cost controls offset weaker demand in the housebuilding market.

25 Oct
Serco appoints Andrew Head as Asia-Pacific CEO

Government contractor Serco said it had appointed Andrew Head as chief executive of its Asia Pacific operations, effective immediately.

23 Oct
Europe open: Shares up in cautious start as investors eye Middle East crisis

European shares opened cautiously higher on Monday as traders kept a close watch on the war in the Middle East between Israel and the Palestinian militant group Hamas, while weaker Asian markets also hampered sentiment.

23 Oct
Indivior to pay $385m to settle Suboxone monopoly case

Addiction treatment drug maker Indivior said it had agreed to pay $385m to resolve the final lawsuit claims against it in the long-running Suboxone anti-trust case.