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01 Apr
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FTSE 250 movers: Quilter gains; Royal Mail retreats

London’s FTSE 250 was up 1% at 21,743. 24 in afternoon trade on Thursday.

01 Apr
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FTSE 100 movers: Melrose rallies; Phoenix goes ex-div

London’s FTSE 100 was up 0. 3% at 6,733. 45 in afternoon trade on Thursday amid quiet trade ahead of the Easter weekend.

01 Apr
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UK manufacturing growth hits 10-year high in March

UK manufacturing growth hit a 10-year high in March thanks to the swift vaccine rollout and the planned easing of lockdown restrictions, according to a survey released on Thursday.

01 Apr
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London midday: Stocks maintain gains after Next update, manufacturing data

London stocks were still in the black by midday on Thursday, with sentiment underpinned by US President Joe Biden’s $2trn infrastructure plan, a profit upgrade from Next and encouraging manufacturing data.

01 Apr
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London open: Stocks in the black as Next rallies after profit upgrade

London stocks rose in early trade on Thursday, with a profit upgrade from Next and US President Joe Biden’s $2trn infrastructure plan helping to underpin sentiment, amid rising Covid cases and tighter restrictions in Europe.

01 Apr
Mastercard to invest $100m in Airtel Africa’s mobile money business

Airtel Africa said on Thursday that Mastercard will invest $100m in its mobile money business, Airtel Mobile Commerce.

01 Apr
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Quilter to sell international business to Utmost for £483m

Quilter has agreed to sell its international business to life assurance company Utmost for around £483m as it looks to simplify the group and focus on its higher growth UK wealth management business.

01 Apr
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London pre-open: Stocks seen higher ahead of manufacturing PMI

London stocks were set to edge up at the open on Thursday ahead of the long Easter weekend, as investors eyed the latest reading on the UK manufacturing sector.

01 Apr
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Thursday newspaper round-up: Bet365, homeworkers, Link Fund Solutions

The boss of gambling website Bet365, Denise Coates, was paid nearly half a billion pounds in salary and dividends last year, as the latest in a string of record-breaking awards took her total pay since 2016 to nearly £1. 3bn. After an unusual delay in filing its accounts at Companies House, Bet365 revealed that its highest-paid director, understood to be Coates as chief executive, received £421m – or £48,000 every hour of every day throughout the 12-month period.