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23 Nov
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FTSE 100 movers: IAG rallies; AstraZeneca loses ground

London’s FTSE 100 was down 0. 1% at 6,342. 37 in afternoon trade on Monday.

23 Nov
Codemasters H1 revenues more than double on game releases

Video game developer Codemasters said on Monday that first-half revenues more than doubled and operating profit rose as it released three new games.

23 Nov
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Cake Box interim profits, revenue dip after lockdown

Specialist cake retailer Cake Box reported a dip in interim profit and revenue on Monday after its stores were forced to close due to Covid-19 restrictions.

23 Nov
Merck to buy Oncolmmune for $425m

Merck has agreed to buy privately-held, clinical-stage biopharmaceutical company OncoImmune for an upfront payment of $425m in cash.

23 Nov
Cineworld secures $750m of extra liquidity to weather pandemic

Embattled Cineworld said on Monday that it has secured a new $450m debt facility and that its lenders have agreed to waive its debt covenant until June 2022 to help see it through the Covid-19 pandemic.

23 Nov
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London midday: Stocks pare gains after services data, as sterling rallies

London stocks were a little higher by midday on Monday following a positive update on AstraZeneca’s Covid-19 vaccine, as investors digested news that UK business activity shrank in November as the second lockdown took its toll.

23 Nov
SThree lifts FY profit expectations after improvement in US, German businesses

Recruiter SThree lifted its full-year profit expectations on Monday as it hailed an improvement in its US and German businesses.

23 Nov
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London open: Stocks rise on vaccine news but stronger pound limits gains

London stocks rose in early trade on Monday following positive news on AstraZeneca’s Covid-19 vaccine, as investors awaited news on how England will come out of lockdown next week.

23 Nov
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London pre-open: Stocks seen higher; Johnson to outline end of lockdown

London stocks were set to rise at the open on Monday as investors await news from Prime Minister Boris Johnson on how England will come out of lockdown next month.

23 Nov
Monday newspaper round-up: Public sector pay freeze, dividends, Blackmore

Rishi Sunak has rejected accusations that his planned public sector pay freeze amounts to a return of austerity and insisted that spending plans to be announced on Wednesday will result in more money for health, education and the police. With trade unions demanding that the chancellor do a last-minute U-turn over his clearly signalled intention to clamp down on the state’s wage bill and refusing to rule out strikes, Sunak said there would be significant increases in spending on public services next year.