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21 Oct
Petershill to be valued at £4bn in London listing

Petershill Partners will be valued at £4bn when it floats on the London Stock Exchange, the company said on Tuesday.

30 Sep
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Boohoo warns on costs as profit drops

Boohoo cut its sales guidance and warned on rising costs as the online fashion retailer reported a 20% drop in first-half profit.

30 Sep
Softline plans London IPO to raise $400m

Softline, a digital transformation company, is planning an initial public offering to raise $400m for expansion and acquisitions.

30 Sep
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Virgin Money to shut branches in digital push

Virgin Money said it would close almost one-fifth of its branches and cut office space as customers increasingly move online during the pandemic.

30 Sep
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Diageo reports strong start to the year

Diageo said it made a strong start to the financial year with sales rising in all regions despite supply chain problems.

29 Sep
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Cost pressures feed into UK retail prices

Retail prices are rising as cost pressures feed into consumers' shopping baskets with more to come, industry figures showed.

28 Sep
UK motorists drain petrol pumps as panic continues

UK motorists are continuing to panic-buy petrol leaving filling stations empty within hours of fuel arriving, the petrol station trade body said.

28 Sep
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Pfizer reports positive results from children's Covid-19 trial

Pfizer and BioNTech have reported positive results from their trial of a Covid-19 vaccine for children aged 5-12.

28 Sep
Lego profit surges to a record

Lego's first-half profit more than doubled to a record as the Danish toymaker emerged as a winner from the Covid-19 crisis.

28 Sep
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Go-Ahead loses Southeastern franchise as CFO quits

Go-Ahead has lost the Southeastern rail franchise, repaid the government £25m owed under the contract and parted company with its finance chief.

28 Sep
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Close Brothers reports sharp profit rise

Close Brothers reported a sharp rise in annual profit and a hefty dividend increase as the financial services group benefited from rising income and lower impairments.

28 Sep
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Smiths returns to revenue growth, ups dividend

Smiths Group reported a return to revenue revenue growth and an increased final dividend as markets recovered from the Covid-19 crisis.

23 Sep
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British Airways halts Gatwick short-haul flights

British Airways is to suspend almost all its short-haul flights at Gatwick airport after grounding the operation at the start of the pandemic, according to reports.

23 Sep
GE buys BK Medical to expand ultrasound operation

GE has agreed to buy BK Medical from its private equity owners for $1. 45bn in cash to expand its healthcare division's ultrasound operation.

23 Sep
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BoE leaves policy unchanged as job fears loom

The Bank of England said it expected inflation to peak at more than 4% in 2021 but left monetary policy unchanged as the central bank focused on slowing growth and potential job losses over rising prices.

23 Sep
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French Connection receives takeover approach

French Connection said it had received a takeover approach after a sharp jump in its share price on Thursday.

23 Sep
Lloyds Bank to lose two senior non-executives

Lloyds Banking Group has announced the departure of two senior non-executive directors.

23 Sep
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Eurozone business growth slows as demand peaks

Eurozone business growth slowed markedly in September as demand peaked and supply chain problems affected production and deliveries, a survey showed.

23 Sep
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Gemfields returns to profit after mines reopen

Gemfields said its mines were back to full operation as the precious gem producer swung back to profit in the first half of 2021.

23 Sep
Civitas rejects short seller after AGM revolt

Civitas Social Housing dismissed allegations made by a short seller after the company suffered a shareholder revolt against suspension of pre-emption rights.