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16 Aug
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Burford's battle with Muddy Waters continues after governance moves

Burford Capital's war of words with Muddy Waters Research continued as the company's short-seller critic dismissed governance changes as farcical and alleged misleading responses by Burford to investors' questions.

16 Aug
Turkey's military pension fund in talks to buy British Steel

Turkey's military pension fund is in exclusive talks to buy British Steel in a deal that could save thousands of jobs.

16 Aug
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Predator Oil & Gas first-half loss widens

Predator Oil & Gas's first-half loss widened as costs rose but the company said it was in a strong position with more cash available.

16 Aug
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Poundland owner Pepkor prepares for €4bn flotation or sale

Poundland's owner Pepkor Europe is reported to be preparing a €4bn (£3. 7bn) sale or flotation in September after untangling itself from its troubled parent company.

16 Aug
Real Good Food annual loss widens to £27m

Real Good Food said it was trading in line with its own modest expectations on Friday as the food ingredients and cake decoration company reported a £27m annual loss.

16 Aug
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Ted Baker signs childrenswear deal with Next

Ted Baker has signed a five-year deal with Next to produce and sell Ted Baker childrenswear from spring 2020.

19 Jul
Government borrowing jumps to £7.2bn in June

Government borrowing rose unexpectedly sharply to £7. 2bn in June - the highest level for that month in four years, official figures showed.

19 Jul
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AB InBev sells Australian business to Asahi

Anheuser-Busch InBev has agreed to sell its Australian operations to Japan's Asahi Group for an enterprise value of A$16bn (£9bn) to pay off debt.

19 Jul
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Acacia Mining agrees £951m sale to Barrick Gold

Acacia Mining has agreed to be bought by Barrick Gold in a deal that values the UK gold miner at about £951m and concludes two months of fractious talks between the companies.

19 Jul
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RBS CEO Ross McEwan to run National Australia Bank

Royal Bank of Scotland's departing chief executive, Ross McEwan, has been appointed to run National Australia Bank as the Australian lender seeks to rebuild its reputation.

05 Jul
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Amazon's investment in Deliveroo faces competition inquiry

The competition watchdog is investigating Amazon's investment in Deliveroo - a move that marked the online giant's renewed interest in the UK food delivery market.

05 Jul
Review recommends cutting inheritance tax gift period

An independent review of inheritance tax has recommended reducing the qualifying period for gifts before death as part of a broader push to simplify the tax.

05 Jul
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House prices withstand uncertainty, Halifax says

House prices fell slightly in June but the annual trend strengthened, figures from Halifax showed.

05 Jul
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Churchill China trading ahead of expectations

Churchill China said annual trading would be better than expected after its hospitality business performed better than forecast in the first half.

05 Jul
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James Fisher hires Spectris's Eoghan O'Lionaird as next CEO

James Fisher and Sons has recruited Eoghan O'Lionaird from Spectris as the marine services company's next chief executive.

28 Jun
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IPF hit by reduced caps on Polish loan charges

International Personal Finance shares fell after the doorstep lender alerted investors to lower caps on permitted charges in Poland.

28 Jun
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Clear Leisure sees further challenges as loss widens

Clear Leisure said its path to value creation faced further obstacles as the investment company reported a much wider annual loss of almost €4m (£3. 6m).

28 Jun
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Merlin agrees £6bn sale to investors led by Lego family

Merlin Entertainments has agreed to be taken private by investors including Lego's founding family and buyout firm Blackstone for almost £6bn in cash.

28 Jun
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John Laing on track despite renewables issues

John Laing said it was on track to meet its expectations for the year despite operational problems at renewable energy projects in Europe and Australia.

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.