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21 Mar
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Business and unions call for May to change course on Brexit

Britain's employers and unions have called on Theresa May to abandon her uncompromising stance and seek consensus to avoid a “reckless” no-deal Brexit, while European Union leaders convened to decide on her request for an extension.

21 Mar
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Shore Capital profit falls as costs rise

Shore Capital’s annual profit fell 11% as increased revenue failed to compensate for increased costs at the London stockbroker.

21 Mar
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Merlin Entertainments is a 'sell', Berenberg says

Merlin Entertainments is incorrectly “priced for perfection” and investors should sell the theme park operator’s shares, Berenberg analysts said.

21 Mar
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Competition watchdog investigates construction industry

The competition watchdog has announced an investigation into the supply of construction services in the UK.

21 Mar
Government borrowing falls to 17-year low

UK government borrowing fell to a 17-year low for the financial year so far, supporting improved official forecasts and giving the chancellor room to ease the strain on public services.

19 Mar
FCA fines UBS £27.6m for dire reporting of deals

The City watchdog has fined UBS more than £27m for failing to keep proper records on nearly 136m transactions over a decade.

19 Mar
Investors sue Danske Bank for $475m over money laundering

Institutional investors are suing Danske Bank for $475m of damages in connection with the money laundering scandal that hit the Danish bank last year.

19 Mar
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ECB scepticism could threaten Deutsche-Commerzbank deal

Deutsche Bank’s mooted merger with Commerzbank could face opposition from the European Central Bank after the eurozone’s leading financial supervisor said he disliked the idea of national banking champions.

19 Mar
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Mondi seeks new chair as Phashwana and Williams announce retirements

Mondi is looking for a new chairman after the paper and packaging company’s joint chairs announced plans to retire.

19 Mar
TP Icap profit drops as broker takes goodwill charge

TP Icap’s annual profit fell as the interdealer broker took a £65m charge on the reduced value of its assets.

19 Mar
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UK employment defies Brexit jitters to hit new record

UK employment reached a new record in the three months to January as employers hired more workers despite concerns about Brexit and the wider economy.

02 Nov
Civitas Social Housing buys three properties

Civitas Social Housing has bought three social housing properties comprising 26 tenancies for £3. 65m.

02 Nov
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Barclays signs up Rothschild's Higgins as next chairman

Barclays has recruited Nigel Higgins from Rothschild to replace John McFarlane as the bank's chairman.

02 Nov
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Volatile October markets make good business for TP ICAP

TP ICAP said volatile markets in October supported revenue at its interest rate trading and data divisions as the interdealer broker stuck to reduced guidance for annual results.

02 Nov
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Sage appoints CFO Hare as new boss to deal with competition threat

Sage has appointed finance chief Steve Hare as its new boss after he served two months as the software group’s interim leader.

27 Sep
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IG boss Peter Hetherington makes abrupt exit

IG Group’s chief executive Peter Hetherington has stepped down abruptly after three years as the boss of the spread betting and derivatives trading platform.

27 Sep
Bonmarche blames high street woes for profit warning

Bonmarche blamed waning interest in high street shopping for a sharp downturn in store sales that will cause profit to shrink this year.

27 Sep
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Halfords to spend £20m a year extra to improve operations

Halfords said it would spend up to £20m a year extra on improving stores and integrating services to keep up with changing consumer trends.

27 Sep
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TUI's year closes as expected as customer numbers rise

TUI Group said its financial year was closing as expected with customer numbers increasing despite the heatwave in Northern Europe.

26 Sep
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Mortgage lending declines in August

Total mortgage lending and loans for house purchases fell in August as the UK’s property market remained in the doldrums, industry figures showed.