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Parsley Box said it would float on the stock exchange to expand its business selling ready meals to people aged 60 or over.
Vectura delayed the publication of its annual results after KPMG asked for more time to audit the accounts because of a staff shortage caused by Covid-19.
Lloyds Banking Group is planning to become a large private landlord as it seeks new sources of revenue with interest rates at record lows, the Financial Times reported.
UK house prices dipped for the second month running in February as the sector's mini-boom appeared to peter out, Halifax said.
GCP Student Living reported a drop in asset values and a sharply reduced dividend after Covid-19 cut occupancy at its sites.
Essentra restarted its dividend as the components and packaging company posted an upbeat outlook after a steep decline in annual profit.
Aggreko has agreed to be bought by two private equity firms in a cash deal valuing the FTSE 250 company at £2. 3bn.
Barclays started coverage of PZ Cussons with an 'overweight' rating in the expectation that newish chief executive Jonathan Myers will shake up the soap maker.
Deutsche Bank downgraded Weir Group to 'hold' after disappointing orders and no dividend announced at its recent results.
Deliveroo has chosen London for its initial public offering after a review of listing rules recommended allowing founders to retain greater control after a company has floated.
The UK's competition regulator has launched an investigation into Apple's terms and conditions for app developers to list on its App Store.
Sage is planning to buy back up to £300m of its own shares using the proceeds of recent disposals to return cash to shareholders.
The UK construction industry returned to growth in February as an increase in commercial building helped offset a slowdown in housing, a survey showed.
Chemring said trading was in line with expectations but that the weaker US dollar could hit its results in the current financial year.
B&M European Retail Value increased its guidance for annual earnings after strong trading at its UK business.
Melrose Industries restored its dividend after the turnaround group's performance was at the top of expectations in the second half of a loss-making year.
Aviva posted a 1% drop in annual profit as the insurer announced the disposal of its Italian business and a move to reduce debt by £800m.
Shares of JD Wetherspoon and Mitchells & Butlers rose after Chancellor Rishi Sunak provided limited support for the UK's pubs in his budget.
In perhaps the most widely trailed budget ever, Rishi Sunak announced his increase in corporation tax as expected but the details were more of a surprise.
Prudential announced a second interim dividend as the company reported a 4% increase in annual profit and an improving trend in Asia.