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UK shares will not continue to underperform but they will fail to make up the ground lost to other countries, Capital Economics said as it cut forecasts for the FTSE 100 in 2020 and 2021.
A contested US election, renewed trade uncertainty and a Covid-19 vaccine delay are risks for equities as markets head towards year-end, JP Morgan said.
David Cameron has become the third former Tory prime minister to express concerns about the government's proposal to break international law over Brexit - though in weaker terms than John Major and Theresa May.
London City airport is planning to cut up to 239 jobs - more than a third of its workforce - because of reduced passenger numbers caused by Covid-19.
Eurozone industrial production rose in line with expectations in July as Covid-19 but economists warned the rebound was fizzling out.
Lloyds Banking Group is at the centre of a tussle between hedge funds based largely on the prospects for the UK's economy, the Financial Times reported.
N4 Pharma lost more than a third of its value after the company said its potential Covid-19 vaccine delivery method did not produce a positive result at stage 3 of tests.
JD Wetherspoon boss Tim Martin warned against making pubs unprofitable based on flimsy evidence as the UK introduced strict new rules on social gathering to combat Covid-19.
Vodafone said it was in talks to complete the sale of its stake in Vodafone Egypt soon despite the deal agreement elapsing.
CLS Holdings has agreed to buy three office properties in Greater London and South East England for £59. 7m from Aviva Investors.