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18 Apr
Sector movers: Oil services slide, personal goods rise

On the last day of trading before the long Easter weekend, investors hunting for golden eggs found two in the personal goods sector, while the oil services sector was stunk out by one rotten egg.

18 Apr
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Petrofac tumbles after Iraq walks away from contract talks

Petrofac shares tumbled on Thursday on the back of reports that the Iraqi oil ministry had ended negotiations over the Ratawi gas hub.

18 Apr
'Shake up' but don't break up Big Four auditors, says CMA

The 'big four' auditing firms should be shaken up but not necessarily broken up to improve competition, with new regulatory powers introduced to improve accountability, UK competition authorities have recommended.

18 Apr
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Eurozone PMI data disappoints

Continuing the bloc's recent run of economic form, surveys on eurozone manufacturing and services data both indicated lower levels of activity than hoped for this month.

18 Apr
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Unilever gets off to stronger than expected start to 2019

Unilever posted stronger than expected growth for the first quarter of the year, driven by emerging markets and an improved balance between volume and price improvements.

18 Apr
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PZ Cussons reassures after Nigeria profit warnings

PZ Cussons issued a more reassuring update on Thursday, following its profit warnings in December and January.

18 Apr
Cussons reassures, MoneySupermarket sales jump

London open Ahead of the opening bell on Thursday, traders were eyeing an eight-point drop in the FTSE 100, which finished at 7,471. 32 a day earlier.

16 Apr
Sector movers: Retailers on the rise

London markets were lifted by a real mix of sectors on Tuesday as various European markets notched up fresh six-month highs.

16 Apr
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UK labour market remains strong in face of Brexit uncertainty

Levels of employment in Britain increased 179,000 to a record high in the three months to February, official data confirmed on Tuesday, but economists see ongoing headwinds for households and businesses.

16 Apr
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JD Sports results send shares to new all-time high

JD Sport Fashion remained a beacon of growth in the troubled retail sector, as the sports chain reported double-digit sales and profit growth for the 52 weeks to 2 February.

15 Apr
Sector movers: Miners tail off

Markets were mixed on Monday with miners in the mire but mobile telecoms marching higher.

15 Apr
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Impatient Investec downgrades CYBG

CYBG shares still look cheap for the patient investors but Investec downgraded its recommendation as it sees little “better value elsewhere” on a 12-month view.

15 Apr
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High street footfall rebounds after fifteen-month decline

Shopper numbers last month increased strongly compared to last year, though the difference was mostly put down to the vastly different weather.

15 Apr
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IWG flips Japan business via £320m franchise deal

IWG continued its shift towards an asset-light model on Monday with a £320m deal to sell 100% of its Japanese serviced office space to Tokyo-listed TKP Corporation, with which it has agreed a franchise agreement.

12 Apr
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UK asset managers offer growth but 'face challenges and risks'

Intermediate Capital Group was Barclays' top pick as it kicked off coverage of the UK-listed asset management sector, while Standard Life Aberdeen was downgraded.

12 Apr
Second Brexit referendum vote could happen, says Hammond

Parliament is likely to be given another chance to decide whether to hold a second Brexit referendum, Chancellor of the Exchequer Philip Hammond said on Thursday.

12 Apr
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Rentokil's Mitie deal will lead to higher prices, watchdog warns

Pest control firm Rentokil Initial’s acquisition of a rival business from Mitie will lead to higher prices for customers, the Competition and Markets Authority has warned.

12 Apr
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Games Workshop stomps ahead after new licence deals

Games Workshop, the maker of the Warhammer tabletop game, has declared a 35p final dividend after trading since January "continued well" with sales and profits ahead of last year.