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Berenberg upgraded Burford Capital to 'buy', arguing the litigation finance company's shares had fallen too far.
The UK is considering closing down non-essential retailers to reduce the spread of Covid-19, according to reports.
The US Federal Reserve has pledged unlimited purchases of government bonds to support businesses and consumers as the coronavirus crisis threatens economic collapse.
Markets underestimate Covid-19's destructive potential to cause a credit crisis that damages even the strongest companies, a prominent US investor has warned.
Diageo has pledged to donated up to 2m litres of alcohol used in gin and vodka to make hand sanitiser for healthcare workers combating the coronavirus outbreak.
Fulham Shore said it would miss expectations for full-year profit as the owner of the Franco Manca and Real Greek restaurant chains suffers the impact of the coronavirus crisis.
Laura Ashley will close 70 of its UK stores on Monday, putting more than 700 jobs at risk, as administrators start trying to find a buyer for the retailer.
Kingfisher scrapped its final dividend in response to the Covid-19 crisis but said trading had shown positive trends in the current financial year.
International Public Partnerships (INPP) said the coronavirus had no impact on its cashflow and the operational performance of its assets was as expected.
Sports Direct owner Frasers Group has suspended its share buyback programme after underestimating the impact of government restrictions in response to the coronavirus crisis.
AG Barr has drawn its full £60m of available credit and frozen new capital projects to strengthen its finances as the coronavirus crisis takes its toll on the UK's hospitality industry.
ITV scrapped its dividend and withdrew market guidance as the coronavirus crisis ate into advertising revenues and forced the broadcaster to put productions on hold.
Primark's decision to close its stores will cost £650m a month in lost sales, parent company Associated British Foods said.