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10 Jun
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FTSE 250 movers: Leisure stocks fall; Mitie makes gains

London’s FTSE 250 was down 0. 7% at 22,590. 03 in afternoon trade on Thursday.

10 Jun
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FTSE 100 movers: Auto Trader rallies on results; Sainsbury's goes ex-div

London’s FTSE 100 was up 0. 3% at 7,104. 45 in afternoon trade on Thursday.

10 Jun
Amigo still considering options, including insolvency

Guarantor lender Amigo Holdings said on Thursday that it is still considering its options and could go bust after the High Court rejected a rescue plan last month that would have seen compensation payments for mis-selling capped.

10 Jun
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London midday: Stocks edge up as investors eye ECB, US inflation

London stocks had edged a little further into the black by midday on Thursday as investors eyed the latest US inflation data and a policy announcement from the European Central Bank.

10 Jun
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London open: Stocks nudge up ahead of ECB, US inflation data

London stocks were just in the black in early trade on Thursday as investors erred on the side of caution ahead of the latest US inflation data and a policy announcement from the European Central Bank.

10 Jun
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CMC Markets posts surge in full-year profits

Online trading platform CMC Markets reported a surge in full-year profits on Thursday, with customer numbers up as it benefited from heightened volatility due to the pandemic.

10 Jun
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London pre-open: Stocks to edge up ahead of ECB, US inflation

London stocks were set to edge up at the open on Thursday, taking their cue from a positive Asian session, as investors eye the latest US inflation data and a policy announcement from the European Central Bank.

10 Jun
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Thursday newspaper round-up: Airports, G7 tax plan, electric cars

The UK aviation sector has warned that airports are likely to lose at least £2. 6bn this summer as the “chaotic” Covid traffic light system halts international travel. Airports said the coming months could deal a heavier financial blow than 2020, while airlines called for grants to offset the impact of travel restrictions and protect jobs. - Guardian.