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22 Oct
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UK regulator may force Facebook to unwind Giphy purchase

The UK's competition regulator said it may require Facebook to unwind its purchase of Giphy because the tie-up threatens to reduce competition between social media platforms.

01 Sep
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Shop price rises are on the way, BRC warns

Higher shop prices are on the way as retailers face rising costs from supply chain problems, Brexit and other causes, the industry's trade body warned.

31 Aug
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Sainsbury's bank sale would make sense, Shore says

A sale of Sainsbury's bank would be a sensible move for the supermarket group as it concentrates on its core retail business, Shore Capital said after a press report that a deal was in the works.

31 Aug
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Jet2 to buy up to 60 Airbus planes for expansion

Jet2 has agreed to buy up to 60 planes from Airbus with a total list price of $8. 1bn (£5. 9bn) to expand and upgrade its existing fleet.

31 Aug
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Responsible Housing plans to raise £250m in IPO

Responsible Housing has announced plans to raise up to £250m in an initial public offering to help meet the UK's growing requirement for supported accommodation.

31 Aug
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Ryanair predicts strong recovery, ups passenger target

Ryanair said it expected a "very strong recovery" as the budget carrier increased its target for passenger numbers in the coming months.

31 Aug
McColl's sells 60% of open offer shares to raise £3m

McColl's Retail Group has raised £3m from an open offer after investors bought 60% of the shares available.

31 Aug
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UK consumers cautious in uncertain climate - BoE

UK households increased savings and borrowed no new money in July amid economic uncertainty and rising Covid-19 cases, Bank of England data showed.

31 Aug
China services shrink for first time since crisis peak

China's services sector contracted for the first time since the height of the country's Covid-19 crisis, official figures showed.

31 Aug
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Rolls-Royce's biggest investor calls for board revamp

Rolls-Royce's biggest investor has urged the engine maker's new chair to "refresh" the board as the company emerges from the aviation industry's worst crisis.

31 Aug
Raven Property swings to profit as rents rise

Raven Property swung to a profit in the first half as the Russian warehouse operator reported rising rents and property valuations.

31 Aug
TRIG share placement to repay debt and fund potential deal

The Renewables Infrastructure Group (TRIG) said it would place shares with investors to repay debt and fund a potential acquisition.

31 Aug
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Bunzl profit rises as core business recovers

Bunzl reported first-half adjusted profit up almost 15% as a recovery in its core business more than offset declining sales of Covid-19 related products.

27 Aug
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Frasers reveals £100m pay deal for new boss Murray

Michael Murray, the future boss of Frasers Group and son-in-law of founder Mike Ashley, will be paid £100m if the company's share price reaches £15 before October 2025.

27 Aug
Barclays buys $3.8bn Gap card portfolio

Barclays has agreed to buy $3. 8bn (£2. 8bn) of credit card receivables from Synchrony Bank issued with The Gap after replacing the US lender as the retailer's card partner.

27 Aug
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Salt Lake Potash CEO quits after production downgrade

Salt Lake Potash's chief executive Tony Swiericzuk has quit a month after the company cut its production target.

27 Aug
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Amigo profit rises but troubles persist

Amigo Holdings' profit increased in the first quarter but the embattled subprime lender warned its balance sheet was insolvent after a court turned down its rescue plan.

13 Aug
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Sportech signs Connecticut sports betting deal

Sportech has signed a deal with Connecticut Lottery Corporation that will allow the UK company to enter the state's retail sports betting market.

13 Aug
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Avon Protection warns on revenue due to order delays

Avon Protection cut its revenue guidance for 2021 and 2022 because of delayed orders and supply chain disruption.

13 Aug
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Best of the Best plunges on dire profit warning

Best of the Best shares plunged after it warned annual profit would be more than 60% less than expected after customers spent money elsewhere and the cost of attracting new players rose.