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17 May
Broker tips: Thomas Cook, Rio Tinto, Anglo American, BHP

Thomas Cook was under the cosh again on Friday a day after its shares tumbled on the back of a profit warning, as Citi downgraded it to 'sell' from 'neutral', arguing that the stock is basically worthless.

17 May
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Liberum double-upgrades miners after 'stark change' in iron ore price forecasts

Analysts at Liberum took a fresh look at the mining sector on Friday, double-upgrading the likes of Rio Tinto, Anglo American and BHP to 'buy' as they outlined a "stark change" in their near-term forecasts for iron ore prices.

17 May
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Director dealings: 3i CEO ups stake

3i Group revealed on Friday that chief executive Simon Borrows had acquired 50,000 ordinary shares in the FTSE 100-listed private equity and venture capital company a day earlier.

17 May
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Deere & Co earnings fall short of estimates for fifth consecutive quarter

Equipment manufacturer Deere & Co's profits fell short of estimates for a fifth straight quarter on Friday, leading the group to cut its full-year guidance amid the escalating trade war with China.

17 May
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US open: Stocks head south with trade tensions still in focus

US stocks headed south as trading began on Friday as tensions between Washington and Beijing remained at the front of investors' minds.

17 May
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US pre-open: Futures point to losses as 'bizarre week' draws to an end

Wall Street futures were pointing to a negative open on Friday as tensions between Washington and Beijing remained at the forefront of investors' minds.

17 May
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Urban Logistics disposes of Bedfordshire site for £9.2m

Real estate investment trust Urban Logistics has sold a site located on Postley Road, Bedford, for £9. 2m, realising a total property return of 74% in the process.

17 May
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Veltyco set for losses after shuttering lottery and financial trading units

Online marketing and operating company Veltyco warned on Friday that the first six months of its trading year would result in a loss following the termination of its lottery and financial trading marketing agreements.

17 May
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Scholium carves out small profit in second half

Rare book retailer Scholium expects to post a small profit from its second trading half, putting it on track to break even for the year as a whole.

17 May
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Lekoil chief financial officer Lisa Mitchell resigns

Exploration and development company Lekoil said on Friday that chief financial officer Lisa Mitchell has chosen to stand down from the group.

17 May
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FFI Holdings on track to meet lower end of earnings guidance

Film insurance and services group FFI Holdings expects full-year earnings to be within its previous guidance, albeit at the lower end.

17 May
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Staffline warns on profits as Brexit impacts margins

Recruitment and training company Staffline warned on profits on Friday, pinning much of the blame on Brexit.

16 May
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Broker tips: Spirax-Sarco, Ten Lifestyle, Hurricane Energy

Berenberg started coverage of "outstanding" Spirax-Sarco Engineering at 'buy' on Thursday as it took a look at the capital goods and industrial engineering sector.

16 May
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Jefferies ups target price on Ten Lifestyle

Analysts at Jefferies raised their target price on British travel outfit Ten Lifestyle on Thursday, citing greater confidence over the firm's revenue growth moving forward.

16 May
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Director dealings: Valeura CEO ups stake

Upstream natural gas producer Valeura Energy's chief executive officer Sean Guest acquired 20,000 ordinary shares in the dual-listed outfit on Thursday.

16 May
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US open: Stocks turn green despite ongoing trade concerns

Wall Street trading began on a positive note on Thursday after markets reversed their opening misfortunes to finish in the green on Wednesday.

16 May
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Walmart falls short on revenues, keeping close eye on trade talks

Walmart saw first-quarter earnings come in ahead of expectations on the Street but fell short on revenues on Thursday.

16 May
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Aeorema witnesses 'strong trading' in H2, driven by new business wins

Live events agency Aeorema Communications has seen 'strong trading' so far in its second trading half, with new business wins boosting its overall performance.

16 May
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US pre-open: Futures point to modest gains despite lingering trade tensions

Wall Street futures were pointing to modest gains at the open on Thursday after markets reversed their opening misfortunes to finish in the green on Wednesday.

16 May
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Belvoir Lettings confident of meeting expectations after 'robust' Q1

Property franchise Belvoir Lettings told investors at its annual general meeting on Thursday that trading during the first quarter of its current financial year had been "robust".