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Shop prices fell in June but inflationary pressures may force retailers to pass higher costs on to consumers soon, the British Retail Consortium warned.
IG Group's derating is "harsh", Barclays said as the bank reinstated coverage of the spread betting and derivatives platform.
RPS said it would take shareholder views into account after consulting investors over a pay deal for departing chief financial officer Gary Young.
Appreciate said trading so far in 2021 was weaker than expected as the retail and rewards group reported an 83% drop in annual profit caused by Covid-19 disruption.
Hunting predicted it would report a loss for the first half of 2021 and that annual earnings would miss expectations after prices fell in the oilfields sector.
UK house prices rose at their fastest rate since 2004 in June as buyers competed fiercely in a market rebounding from Covid-19 lockdowns, Nationwide said.
Civitas Social Housing has agreed to buy four supported living properties in the east of England for £2. 5m.
Barratt Developments has hired Mike Scott from Countryside Properties as its next chief financial officer.
UK consumer sentiment was stable in June but concerns about rising inflation appear to have undermined households' confidence in the economic outlook, a survey showed.
JP Morgan initiated coverage of Alphawave IP with an 'overweight' rating based on expectations that earnings will double each year over three years.
A review of Petropavlovsk's business has found $157m (£113m) of transactions that raised questions about undisclosed related parties and potential conflicts of interest.
Chrysalis Investments has spent £35m to invest in Starling Bank, the start-up operation taking on the UK's big lenders.
Payments company Wise has confirmed its intention to float through the first direct listing on the London market.
Deutsche Bank upgraded GlaxoSmithKline to 'hold' and raised its target price on the drugmaker's shares after it set out strategic targets.
Vitec shares surged after the camera equipment company said annual profit would easily beat market expectations as it recovered strongly from the Covid-19 crisis.
LXi REIT is raising about £75m from investors to pay for acquisitions including nursery and special education schools that are in demand as investments.
Lone Star said it does not intend to make an offer for Senior after the aerospace engineer rejected the private equity group's final approach.
Big Yellow has raised £100m from institutional investors to fund two acquisitions.
St Modwen Properties has agreed to a higher offer from Blackstone that values the property developer at £1. 27bn.
Fresnillo said production had stabilised and the outlook was improving after Covid-19 disrupted its operations in the previous financial year.