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16 Sep
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Euros help C&C return to profit ahead of plan

C&C said it returned to profit ahead of plan in the first half after Covid-19 restrictions were lifted and football fans drank during the Euros soccer tournament.

16 Sep
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UK competition watchdog to probe Sony's AWAL purchase

The UK’s competition watchdog has launched a full inquiry into Sony’s completed purchase of AWAL, an artists and label (A&L) service for independent musicians.

16 Sep
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M&S blames Brexit for French store closures

Marks & Spencer has blamed Brexit for its decision to close 11 high street food stores in France and leave many Parisians without their favourite sandwiches.

16 Sep
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Marley plans IPO to meet UK housing demand

Marley Group is planning an initial public offering to support its growth plans in a UK housing market beset by ageing buildings and a shortage of homes.

16 Sep
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Galliford Try profit beats guidance

Galliford Try's annual profit beat guidance as the construction group emerged from the worst of the Covid-19 crisis.

16 Sep
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Philip Morris seals contentious Vectura takeover

Philip Morris International has taken control of Vectura after the cigarette company's contentious bid was supported by owners of almost 75% of the inhaler maker's shares.

16 Sep
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Hilton ups dividend after strong first half

Hilton Foods increased its interim dividend by 17% as the food packaging company reported a strong first half driven by its Australian operation.

16 Sep
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Ashtead says results to beat expectations after strong Q1

Ashtead said annual performance would beat its previous expectations as the equipment hire company reported a 53% increase in operating profit for the first quarter.

14 Sep
UK delays checks on EU goods to ease supply chains

The UK has delayed imposing checks on EU goods entering the UK in an attempt to stop Brexit making supply chain problems worse.

14 Sep
Utility Point to cease trading in tough energy market

A UK energy provider with more than 200,000 customers is about to cease trading in a market hit by rising wholesale prices and a regulatory price cap, according to a report.

14 Sep
New games help Team17 to record first half

Team17 said it was confident about its outlook as the video games developer recorded record first-half profit supported by new releases.

14 Sep
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Investors expect European share rally to continue - BofA

Investors increasingly expect the European equity rally to continue into 2022 but for gains to be more muted, a Bank of America survey showed.

14 Sep
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JD Sports profit soars on US strength and pent-up demand

JD Sports Fashion reported record first-half results boosted by pent-up demand after UK stores reopened from lockdown and acquisitions in the US.

14 Sep
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Supermarket prices rise as cost pressures mount

Supermarket prices rose sharply in September as grocers cut in-store promotions amid increased cost pressures, a survey showed.

14 Sep
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Xaar swings to H1 loss, says outlook uncertain

Xaar swung to a first-half loss and said the outlook was too uncertain to provide guidance after it wrote down inventory in the US.

14 Sep
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Bunzl buys US and Australian businesses as deals continue

Bunzl has agreed to buy a US safety business and an Australia-focused medical supplies distributor as the distribution and outsourcing group continued its acquisition spree.

14 Sep
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Trainline sees return to profit as ticket sales move online

Trainline predicted a return to profit in the first half of the year as ticket sales recovered from the damage inflicted early in the pandemic.

14 Sep
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Morrisons pension trustees agree deal with CD&R

Morrisons' pension scheme trustees have agreed a deal with Clayton Dubilier & Rice to strengthen the schemes, removing a potential hurdle for the private equity firm's proposed takeover of the supermarket group.

09 Sep
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Fed's Bostic sees no taper at September meeting

The US Federal Reserve is unlikely to taper its bond-buying programme at its September meeting but action could come later this year, a hawkish member of the central bank's monetary policy committee said.

09 Sep
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FCA to scrap permissions faster in war on scams

The Financial Conduct Authority said it speed up the removal of unused permissions from financial firms as the regulator seeks to clamp down on scams.