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UK housebuilders are too cheap, Jefferies said as the broker placed 'buy' ratings on almost all sector stocks after big share price falls caused by the coronavirus crisis.
The government faced mounting pressure on Thursday to pay people unable to work because of the coronavirus crisis.
The Financial Conduct Authority has warned general insurers to treat customers fairly as people change their behaviour in response to the coronavirus crisis.
Downing Street has sought to quash expectations of a severe lockdown on London after reports suggested restrictions could be placed on civil liberties in the city from Friday.
Young & Co said it could be forced to close all its bars as fellow pub operator Shepherd Neame called for further urgent government action to support businesses and workers.
The Gym Group said it would halt expansion plans to conserve cash after losing 21,000 members in March because of the coronavirus outbreak.
OneSavings Bank posted a 14% increase in annual profit but the specialist property lender said the coronavirus pandemic meant it could not provide financial guidance for 2020.
IG Group reported its third-best quarter ever after "unprecedented" market volatility caused by the coronavirus caused a surge in dealing by trader clients.
Crest Nicholson has scrapped its dividend and drawn the maximum from its debt facility to protect the company from the "unprecedented" threat posed by the coronavirus pandemic.
Next boss Simon Wolfson called on the government to help pay wages for shopworkers whose stores are forced to close as the retailer said it was prepared to lose up to £1bn in annual sales because of the coronavirus pandemic.