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10 Sep
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Mallinckrodt to sell BioVectra unit for $250m

Mallinckrodt Pharmaceuticals shares surged in pre-market trade on Tuesday after the company said it has agreed to sell its BioVectra unit to private equity firm HIG Capital for around $250m.

10 Sep
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FTSE 100 movers: JD Fashion rallies on results; Just Eat shares drop

London's FTSE 100 was down 0. 2% at 7,223. 45 in afternoon trade on Tuesday as investors mulled the latest UK jobs numbers and a drop in China's producer price index.

10 Sep
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UK wage growth hits 11-year high but job creation slows

The UK unemployment rate unexpectedly ticked a little lower in July as average earnings hit an 11-year high, but job creation slowed.

10 Sep
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Gold prices could breach $2,000 an ounce, says Citi

Gold prices could breach the $2,000 an ounce level and post new cyclical highs at some point in the next year or two, Citi said in a note on Tuesday.

10 Sep
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London midday: Stocks off lows as banks shine; UK jobs data digested

London stocks had pared losses by midday on Tuesday thanks to a strong showing from the banking sector, as investors digested weak Chinese data and a mixed reading on the UK labour market.

10 Sep
Costs drag 888 Holdings profit lower

Gambling company 888 Holdings posted a drop in first-half profit on Tuesday on the back of rising expenses, as it said trading so far in the second half has been in line with expectations.

10 Sep
NFIB small business optimism index slips in August

Small business sentiment in the US deteriorated in August, according to the National Federation of Independent Business.

10 Sep
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JD Sports profits rise; sees FY results at mid-point of expectations

Sportswear retailer JD Sports defied the high street gloom on Tuesday as it posted a jump in interim pre-tax profit and said it expects full-year results to come in at the mid-point of expectations.

10 Sep
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Bovis back in housing merger talks with Galliford, posts record H1 profit

Bovis Homes said on Tuesday that it is back in talks with Galliford Try over a potential merger with its housing business after a cash sweetener was thrown into the mix, as it posted record first-half profits.

10 Sep
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London open: Stocks drop as investors mull China data; UK jobs figures in focus

London stocks fell in early trade on Tuesday as investors digested weak Chinese data and eyed the release of key UK jobs figures.

10 Sep
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Bakkavor H1 profit drops as UK remains challenging

FTSE 250 food manufacturing company Bakkavor reported a drop in first-half pre-tax profit on Tuesday as trading in the UK remained challenging but the international business performed well.

10 Sep
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Sage Group considering sale of payments-processing arm

Software company Sage confirmed late on Monday that it is considering the sale of its payments-processing business.

10 Sep
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London pre-open: Stocks seen lower ahead of jobs data

London stocks were to drop at the open on Tuesday as investors eyed the release of key UK jobs data.

10 Sep
Euromoney to review asset management arm, Cairn swings to H1 profit

London open The FTSE 100 was called to open 15 points lower at 7,220.

10 Sep
Tuesday newspaper round-up: Spending review, Amazon, start-ups

The head of the Treasury spending watchdog has warned Sajid Javid that he is on track to break government borrowing rules after embarking on the biggest annual increase in spending for 15 years. Robert Chote, the chairman of the Office for Budget Responsibility (OBR), said the chancellor had set a course for the public finances that would probably breach a Conservative manifesto pledge to deliver balanced budgets by the mid-2020s. – Guardian.