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London stocks had turned lower by midday on Monday as sterling got a lift from better-than-expected growth figures and Prime Minister Boris Johnson said he would "overwhelmingly" prefer a Brexit deal with the EU.
Travel platform Ten Lifestyle Group said on Monday that its adjusted loss for the year won't be as bad as expected, while its pipeline remains "strong".
AT&T shares surged in pre-market trade on Monday after activist investor Elliott Management wrote a letter to its board outlining a plan to restructure the business and unlock value that could see the shares hit $60.
London' s FTSE 100 was down 0. 8% at 7,226. 97 in afternoon trade on Monday, dented by a stronger pound.
Outsourcer Interserve has won a £7. 6m contract with the Department for Education (DfE) to design and build a special education needs school in Devon.
British American Tobacco issued a statement on Monday insisting that its vaping products do not contain vitamin E acetate or tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), both of which have been linked to respiratory illnesses associated with vaping.
RBC Capital Markets initiated coverage of shares of private healthcare provider Spire Healthcare at 'outperform' with a 149p price target on Monday, ahead of the company's first-half results next week.
The UK economy grew more than expected in July, according to figures released by the Office for National Statistics on Monday, easing concerns that the country might be on track for a recession.
Shares of shopping centre owner Intu Properties surged on Monday following a report over the weekend that private equity firm Orion Capital Managers is considering a buyout.
Berenberg downgraded its stance on Peppa Pig owner Entertainment One to 'hold' from 'buy' on Monday as it lifted the price target to 572p from 475p to account for a 20% chance of a potential "left field" counterbid to Hasbro at 10% above the current price.
The German trade surplus widened in July as exports unexpectedly rose, according to data released by Destatis on Monday.
London stocks rose in early trade on Monday, taking their cue from a positive session in Asia as investors eyed the release of UK economic growth data.
Eddie Stobart Logistics confirmed on Monday that it has received a preliminary expression of interest from DBAY Advisors Limited, which already owns a 10. 1% stake in the company.
London stocks were set for a firmer open on Monday, taking their cue from a positive session in Asia as investors eyed a slew of UK data releases.
Britain will plunge into its first recession in a decade should the government quit the European Union without a deal, according to the latest in a string of gloomy forecasts about the UK’s fortunes outside the EU’s free trade area. Eonomists at the accountancy firm KPMG said that the knock-on effects to Britain’s trade and business confidence of a no-deal Brexit would lead to the economy shrinking by 1. 5% next year. – Guardian.
London open The FTSE 100 was expected to open 23 points higher at 7,305.