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21 Jun
Edenville loss widens after challenging year

Edenville Energy's annual loss widened as costs vastly outstripped revenue in what the mining company described as a challenging year.

21 Jun
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Moody's reduces Fresnillo outlook to 'stable'

Moody's has reduced its outlook on Fresnillo's debt to 'stable' from 'positive' citing negative free cash flow expectations and the company's exposure to Mexico.

21 Jun
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UK May budget deficit of £5.1bn higher than expected

Public sector borrowing was £5. 1bn in May - higher than expected and £1bn more than a year earlier, official figures showed.

21 Jun
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Gulf Keystone annual production target intact

Gulf Keystone Petroleum left its annual production target intact as the oil and gas producer said daily activity would be towards the bottom of guidance.

21 Jun
Nanoco plunges after US customer fails to extend contract

Nanoco's shares lost more than two-thirds of their value after the nano-materials manufacturer said its large US customer had declined to extend an important contract.

21 Jun
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Halma buys Australia's Ampac to expand in fire detection

Halma has agreed to buy Ampac Group, an Australian maker of fire detection systems, for A$135m (£74m) in cash.

14 Jun
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Kier said to be preparing to sell housebuilding unit

Kier Group is preparing to sell its housebuilding business to ease pressure on the contractor's finances, The Times reported.

14 Jun
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RBC cuts 'fully valued' 3i Infrastructure to 'sector perform'

3i Infrastructure (3IN) deserves its premium rating but is fully valued, Royal Bank of Canada said as it downgraded the investment company to 'sector perform'.

14 Jun
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Alpha Real Trust launches £29m share repurchase

Alpha Real Trust has offered to buy back almost one-quarter of its shares for about £29m after selling property assets.

14 Jun
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London Metal Exchange bans booze in working hours

The London Metal Exchange has banned traders from drinking during working hours as the exchange tries to shed its reputation for boozy, sexist behaviour.

14 Jun
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ReAssure confirms intention to float

ReAssure has confirmed its intention to float on the stock market, allowing Swiss Re to cash in some of its stake in the closed life book company.

14 Jun
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Wincanton wins Morrisons contract

Wincanton has won a contract to transport goods from three Morrisons warehouses to the supermarket chain's stores.

14 Jun
Amigo boss Glen Crawford quits due to ill health

Amigo's chief executive Glen Crawford has left due to ill health, leaving the guarantor loans company without a boss until Crawford's replacement gets regulatory approval.

07 Jun
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May and Hammond clash over swansong spending

Theresa May and Philip Hammond are at odds over the prime minister's wish to announce billions of pounds of extra spending before she leaves office, the Financial Times reported.

07 Jun
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Government spends at least £97m on Brexit consultants

The government has spent at least £97m on external Brexit consultants amid confusion over total consultancy spending, an official investigation has found.

07 Jun
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ReAssure plans London flotation

ReAssure Group is planning an initial public offering in London to raise funds for further expansion of its closed life book business.

07 Jun
Bundesbank cuts growth forecasts as industry lags

Germany's central bank has cut its forecast for growth in 2019 and 2020, blaming an industrial downturn in Europe's biggest economy.

07 Jun
FCA cracks down on 'dysfunctional' overdraft market

The City regulator has announced a clampdown on overdraft charges to fix a "dysfunctional" £2. 4bn market that punishes vulnerable customers.

07 Jun
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Games Workshop maintains profit growth

Games Workshop said sales and profit growth extended to the end of its financial year as the miniature wargame maker reiterated guidance for annual results.