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26 Mar
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Deutsche Bank cuts price targets for Flutter, GVC and William Hill

Deutsche Bank cut its price targets for Flutter, GVC and William Hill to take account of the wave of cancelled sporting events caused by the Covid-19 crisis.

26 Mar
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Ince Group pulls dividend after Covid-19 hits UK

Ince Group has withdrawn its dividend and financial guidance after the Covid-19 virus had a major impact on its UK business.

26 Mar
Deutsche sees hope for equities but HSBC predicts earnings 'hammer blow'

Deutsche Bank said equity markets were pricing in declines in activity and earnings but HSBC was more cautious as it predicted a "hammer blow" for earnings from the Covid-19 crisis.

26 Mar
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Renewi scraps dividend as Covid-19 impact looms

Renewi has scrapped its final dividend and begun cutting costs as the waste-to-product company prepares for the Covid-19 crisis to hit its business.

26 Mar
SIG opts against dividend and shareholder payouts

SIG has scrapped its dividend and cash returns to shareholders on hold after posting a £9m loss for the first two months of the financial year.

26 Mar
Reach expects Covid-19 impact but leaves dividend unchanged

Reach said it expected the coronavirus crisis to hit advertising revenue, print sales and events but the publisher of the Mirror and Express newspapers left its dividend intact for now.

26 Mar
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Covid-19 scuppers William Hill's CFO appointment

William Hill is looking for a new finance director again after DS Smith's Adrian Marsh decided to stay put during the Covid-19 crisis.

26 Mar
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Weir scraps dividend and cuts costs

Weir Group is scrapping its dividend and cutting costs to withstand declining demand caused by the Covid-19 crisis.

26 Mar
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British Land scraps dividend and waives rents

British Land has postponed dividends, waived £3m of rents from smaller tenants and halted work at big developments in a series of measures responding to the Covid-19 crisis.