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23 Feb
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FTSE 250 movers: Upper Crust owner SSP surges; AO World falls

London’s FTSE 250 was up 0. 3% at 21,047. 54 in afternoon trade on Tuesday.

23 Feb
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FTSE 100 movers: Travel stocks rally; Ocado retreats

London’s FTSE 100 was flat at 6,610. 86 in afternoon trade on Tuesday.

23 Feb
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Premier Oil gets regulatory approvals for merger with Chrysaor

Premier Oil said on Tuesday that all the regulatory conditions relating to its merger with Chrysaor have now been satisfied.

23 Feb
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Wells Fargo to sell asset management business for $2.1bn

Wells Fargo said on Tuesday that it has agreed to sell its asset management business to private equity firms GTCR and Reverence Capital Partners for $2. 1bn.

23 Feb
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London midday: Stocks turn lower despite travel & leisure rally

London equity markets had moved into the red by midday on Tuesday despite a rally in travel and leisure stocks, as worries about inflation continued to play on investors’ minds.

23 Feb
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JPMorgan starts Smurfit Kappa at 'overweight'

JPMorgan Cazenove initiated coverage of corrugated packaging company Smurfit Kappa at ‘overweight’ on Tuesday with a 4,147p price target, as it refreshed its views on overweight-rated DS Smith.

23 Feb
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Frasers to book £100m impairment charge as it awaits reopening

Mike Ashley’s Frasers Group said on Tuesday that it expects to book a non-cash impairment charge in excess of £100m on its assets as its stores remain closed until mid-April.

23 Feb
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London open: Travel & leisure stocks pace the advance

London equity markets rose in early trade on Tuesday, with travel and leisure stocks pacing the advance, as investors mulled the latest UK jobs data.

23 Feb
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Aviva to sell French business to Aema for €3.2bn

Aviva has agreed to sell its French business to Aema Groupe for €3. 2bn in cash as it looks to focus on its strongest businesses in the UK, Ireland and Canada.

23 Feb
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UK unemployment rate ticks up to 5.1%

The UK unemployment rate hit its highest level in five years in December, according to figures released on Tuesday by the Office for National Statistics.

23 Feb
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London pre-open: Stocks seen up as investors mull jobs data

London stocks were set to rise at the open on Tuesday as investors mulled the latest UK jobs data.

23 Feb
Tuesday newspaper round-up: Uber, IG Group, capital gains

Business leaders have told Boris Johnson that his roadmap for exiting the third Covid lockdown in England remains incomplete without fresh financial support for companies and workers hardest hit by the pandemic. The prime minister promised the government would “not pull the rug out” from under struggling firms and workers while restrictions remain in place during the phased relaxation of lockdown, but to the disappointment of company bosses and trade unions he deferred details of future economic support to the budget in 10 days’ time.