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15 Mar
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Eurozone inflation ticks higher as expected in February

Inflation in the eurozone rose as expected in February, according to data released by Eurostat on Friday.

15 Mar
Asia report: Most markets rise as Bank of Japan maintains monetary policy

Most markets in Asia finished higher on Friday, after the Bank of Japan sated the expectations of traders by standing pat on its monetary policy.

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Terror attacks in New Zealand leave 49 dead

A pair of attacks on two mosques in New Zealand has left at least 49 people dead, and dozens more injured, according to the latest official numbers.

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London midday: Stocks push higher on Brexit delay, Sino-US trade progress

London stocks had extended gains by midday on Friday as investors took heart from the latest Brexit developments in Parliament and signs of progress in Sino-US relations.

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US pre-open: Stocks to rise amid fresh optimism over US-China relations

US stocks looked set to rise at the open on Friday amid signs of progress in Sino-US trade relations.

15 Mar
China loosens investment rules for foreign firms

Politicians in China have passed a new law loosening regulation on foreign investment, in what is being seen by market watchers as a move to appease Washington in the country’s ongoing trade war with the United States.

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Arcadia in advanced talks about restructuring - report

Top Shop and Dorothy Perkins owner Arcadia is close to applying for a restructuring deal, according to a report on Friday.

15 Mar
EI Group to return another £35m to shareholders

EI Group said on Friday that it has completed the first part of the sale of its commercial property portfolio, the proceeds of which will be used to pay down debt and return up to £35m to shareholders via a share buyback programme.

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Roche's 'MabThera' gets European approval

Roche announced on Friday that the European Commission has approved ‘MabThera’ (rituximab) for the treatment of adults with moderate-to-severe pemphigus vulgaris (PV).

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Proton Power Systems to work with Skoda Electric on fuel cell buses

Proton Power Systems has signed a letter of intent with Skoda Electric in the Czech Republic, it announced on Friday, with the objective of entering into a cooperation to develop, sell and service fuel cell electric buses using Proton's modular ‘HyRange’ systems.

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Investec on track for demerger amid 'challenging' operating environment

Investec updated shareholders on developments for the financial year ending 31 March on Friday, reporting that the operating environment remained “challenging” over the period.

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SThree Q1 profit rises as international strength offsets UK weakness

First-quarter profit at recruiter SThree rose as strength in the international divisions offset a weaker UK performance.

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Oxford Metrics inks virtual reality partnership deal

Oxford Metrics on Friday announced that its subsidiary Vicon has agreed a strategic partnership with Sandbox VR which will target the "fast-growing" Location-based Virtual Reality ('LBVR') market.

15 Mar
PageGroup CEO taking leave of absence after skiing accident

Recruiter PageGroup said on Friday that chief executive Steve Ingham will take a leave of absence for "a number of weeks" after a skiing accident left him with a severe back injury.

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LightwaveRF shares light up on E.ON deal for Berkeley Homes

LightwaveRF's shares climbed on Friday after the company signed a supply agreement with international energy company E. ON and housebuilder Berkeley Group for the latest range of 'smart home' series lighting and power devices.

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Restaurant Group profits dip but beat expectations

Restaurant Group shares surged on Friday as its full-year pre-tax profit came in ahead of expectations despite an 8% drop, and the company reported an uptick in total sales.

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Wetherspoon's profits leak lower as labour costs mount

Profits at JD Wetherspoon fell 18. 9% in the first half of its trading year as a big jump in labour costs outweighed an increase in sales for the pro-Brexit pub chain.

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London open: Stocks rise as MPs vote to delay Brexit

London stocks rose in early trade on Friday as investors took heart from the latest Brexit developments in Parliament.

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National Grid wants Ofgem to retain incentive-based regulation

National Grid confirmed on Friday that it had submitted its response to Ofgem on the sector specific methodology consultation for ‘RIIO-T2’.

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Berkeley says housing market remains stable

House-builder Berkeley said the trading environment over the four months to end-February had remained "consistent with that experienced over the last two years".