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10 Sep
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House prices surge as buyers seek gardens

House prices rose at the fastest pace for four years in August as buyers sought out properties with gardens or near green space, according to RICS.

09 Sep
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Hammerson is most shorted UK company, alongside Metro Bank and Sainsbury's

Hammerson is the most shorted UK listed company as investors bet against the beleaguered shopping centre operator, research shows.

09 Sep
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Citi sees short-term pressure on Informa shares

Citi said Informa shares could come under short-term pressure as the bank cut its target price on the company based on the expected impact of Covid-19.

09 Sep
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Pizza Hut tests landlords' appetite for turnover rent

Pizza Hut will propose switching to a turnover rent model to align its costs with revenues as part of a financial restructuring plan, according to a report.

09 Sep
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Lloyds Banking Group cuts 865 jobs

Lloyds Banking Group is cutting 865 jobs as it revives restructuring plans put on hold during the Covid-19 crisis.

09 Sep
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Gatwick airport risks becoming 'ghost town', union says

More than 6,000 jobs have been lost at Gatwick airport during the Covid-19 crisis leaving the airport and nearby communities in danger of becoming a ghost town, the UK's biggest aviation union said.

09 Sep
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Rockfire waits on drilling results at gold project

Rockfire Resources is waiting for drilling results after discovering an important sulphide at its Plateau gold project in Queensland, Australia.

09 Sep
RM boss David Brooks to leave

RM is looking for a new boss after long-serving Chief Executive David Brooks decided to leave the education resources company.

09 Sep
Hipgnosis ups dividend target after song spree

Hipgnosis Songs Fund increased its dividend target and said its C shares would convert to ordinary equity after a summer of acquisitions.

09 Sep
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Computacenter predicts annual profit up at least 23%

Computacenter predicted annual adjusted pretax profit of at least £180m as it reported a 39. 4% increase in first-half profit supported by booming business in the UK during the Covid-19 crisis.