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German investor morale deteriorates amid ongoing Sino-US trade spat

German investor sentiment deteriorated in July amid the ongoing trade spat between the US and China, according to the latest survey from the ZEW Center for European Economic Research in Mannheim.

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Liberum says ITV risks more than priced in, upgrades to 'buy'

ITV got a boost on Tuesday as Liberum upgraded its stance on shares of the broadcaster to 'buy' from 'hold'.

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Tiscis's new designs boost Burberry sales

Luxury fashion brand Burberry posted a jump in first-quarter sales on Tuesday as it enjoyed a good response to a collection by new chief designer Riccardo Tisci and a solid performance in China.

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CMA to investigate Inmarsat takeover

The Competition and Markets Authority said on Tuesday that it will investigate Inmarsat's takeover by a consortium led by private equity firms Apax and Warburg Pincus.

Hastings to take £8.4m one-off hit from Ogden rate change

Insurer Hastings said on Tuesday that it will take a one-off pre-tax charge of £8. 4m this year as a result of the change to the Ogden rate.

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Irn-Bru maker AG Barr warns on profits

Irn-Bru maker AG Barr warned on profits on Tuesday, pointing to poor volumes following the introduction of the soft drinks levy and disappointing spring and early summer weather.

London open: Stocks steady ahead of UK jobs data; Burberry rallies

London stocks were steady in early trade on Tuesday as investors eyed the release of key UK jobs data.

London pre-open: Stocks seen muted ahead of jobs data

London stocks were set for a muted open on Tuesday as investors eyed the release of key UK jobs data.

Tuesday newspaper round-up: Jaguar Land Rover, gender diversity, AstraZeneca

London and the southern regions of England are facing a dearth of teachers, nurses and police officers as rising rents make housing in large parts of the UK unaffordable for key public sector workers. A report by the consultancy firm PricewaterhouseCoopers said there was an urgent need to increase the supply of homes after it found that the failure of public sector pay to keep pace with soaring housing costs had made it increasingly hard for workers on modest incomes to make ends meet.

15 Jul
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FTSE 250 movers: Sports Direct slides; IP Group gains ground

London’s FTSE 250 was up 0. 2% at 19,598. 29 in afternoon trade on Monday.

15 Jul
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FTSE 100 movers: Antofagasta rallies; Micro Focus slumps as chairman dumps shares

The FTSE 100 was up 0. 3% at 7,531. 14 in afternoon trade on Monday as investors digested mixed Chinese data and earnings from Citigroup across the pond.

15 Jul
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Circor shares tumble as Crane says it won't extend offer deadline

Circor shares slumped on Monday after Crane Co said it would not extend its offer for the US flow control technology company if there is no "substantive engagement" this week.

15 Jul
Real Good Food promotes cake decoration boss to group CFO

Diversified food business Real Good Food has promoted the finance director of its cake decoration division, Maribeth Keeling, to the role of group chief financial officer with immediate effect.

15 Jul
London midday: Stocks tick higher as Antofagasta rallies; US earnings season eyed

London stocks had ticked a little higher by midday on Monday as investors mulled mixed Chinese economic data and looked ahead to the start of the US earnings season.

15 Jul
Ogden rate change dents insurers

London-listed insurers were under pressure on Monday after the Ministry of Justice said it was changing the Ogden discount rate used to calculate compensation for personal injuries to -0. 25% from -0. 75%.

15 Jul
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Micro Focus slumps as chairman dumps shares

Micro Focus slumped on Monday as it emerged that chairman Kevin Loosemore sold 650,000 shares in the business last week, pocketing £11. 6m.

15 Jul
Core UK bakery business underpins sales at Finsbury Food

Finsbury Food posted a jump in full-year sales on Monday thanks to strength in its UK bakery division.

15 Jul
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Sports Direct delays results, warns on guidance

Sports Direct said it was delaying the publication of its preliminary results as it pointed to the "complexities" of integrating House of Fraser and warned that the guidance given back in December could be "materially" affected.

15 Jul
London open: Stocks edge up as investors mull China data; US earnings season eyed

London stocks nudged up in early trade on Monday as investors mulled mixed Chinese economic data and looked ahead to the start of the US earnings season.

15 Jul
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Chinese economic growth slows to 27-year low

Chinese economic growth eased to its weakest pace in 27 years in the second quarter, according to data released by the country’s statistics bureau on Monday.