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19 Jul
Highland Gold production levels grow following improved second quarter

Jersey-based miner Highland Gold reported a rise in first-half production after an increase in second-quarter output.

18 Jul
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UK MPs pass amendment to stop parliament Brexit shutdown

British MPs on Thursday approved an amendment aimed at stopping the suspension of parliament to force through a no-deal Brexit.

18 Jul
Europe close: Stocks end lower on US-China trade concerns

Stocks on the Continent were lower on Thursday although they managed to finish off their worst levels, with market sentiment dented by concerns around US-China trade talks and a slew of poor corporate updates out of the technology sector on both sides of the Atlantic.

18 Jul
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ShoreCap stands by 'buy' rating on Hilton Food

Analysts at Shore Capital Markets kept their 'buy' rating on Hilton Food Group following the firm's inline first-half trading update.

18 Jul
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Director dealings: Dunelm brass snap up shares

Dunelm revealed on Thursday that its chief executive and chief financial officer had snapped up some shares in the FTSE 250-listed retailer.

18 Jul
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London close: US-China trade concerns and pound strength weigh on stocks

London stocks finished a tad lower on Thursday amid ongoing worries about Sino-US trade relations, while sterling moved higher after the European Union's chief trade negotiator, Michel Barnier, told the BBC he was open to alternative solutions for the Irish border.

18 Jul
Morgan Stanley earnings beat expectations after strong wealth management performance

Morgan Stanley on Thursday reported second quarter earnings and revenues ahead of analysts expectations following a strong performance from its wealth management business.

18 Jul
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EC fines Qualcomm €242m over abuse of market position

The European Commission fined US chipmaker Qualcomm €242m for abusing its market dominance in 3G baseband chipsets and selling below cost in order to force competitors out of the market.

18 Jul
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Friday preview: US-China trade talks, Microsoft in focus

The focus at the end of the week will be firmly on the results of the second round of talks by phone between US and Chinese trade negotiators scheduled for later on Thursday evening.

18 Jul
FTSE 250 movers: Moneysupermarket dips, EI Group fizzes higher

London’s FTSE 250 was down 0. 33% at 19,548. 86 in afternoon trade on Thursday, with Moneysupermarket leading the index lower.

18 Jul
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FTSE 100 movers: Fresnillo loses its shine; tobacco stocks rally

London's FTSE 100 was down 0. 5% at 7,501. 53 in afternoon trade on Thursday amid ongoing worries about Sino-US trade relations.

18 Jul
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Huawei not a sticking point in US-China trade talks, Mnuchin says

US and Chinese trade negotiators were set to hold telephone talks on Thursday night, US Treasury Secretary, Steve Mnuchin told broadcaster CNBC.

18 Jul
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US open: Stocks head south as earnings and trade concerns continue

US stocks opened slightly lower for a third straight session as earnings and trade fears continued to weigh on market sentiment.

18 Jul
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UK Ministry of Defence to pay £10m to Serco in settlement

Service company Serco has reached a settlement with the UK Ministry of Defence and will be payed £10m in exchange of withdrawing the legal challenge.

18 Jul
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US-China tarde talks hit a snag over Huawei, WSJ says

Trade talks between Washington and Beijing have reportedly hit a snag amid Chinese demands for the US administration to ease its restrictions on Huawei, the country's largest telecommunications equipment maker.

18 Jul
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Capita signs £525m fire and rescue service contract with MoD

FTSE 250 outsourcer Capita has signed a £525m fire and rescue service contract with the Ministry of Defence.

18 Jul
Audioboom narrows losses as it concentrates on high-margin content

Podcast production and distribution company Audioboom reported a 171% improvement in revenue in its half-year results on Thursday, to $9. 8m.

18 Jul
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Scotgold takes 'hard decision' to terminate Pomar licence

Scotgold has decided not to extend the Pomar Exploration Licence in Portugal, it announced on Thursday, and has applied to the Director General of Energy and Geology (DGEG) to terminate the licence.

18 Jul
Philly Fed index surges in July with new orders and hiring strong

A key index for manufacturing sector conditions in the US mid-Atlantic region snapped back in July amid a surge of new orders and with hiring ramping up quickly.

18 Jul
Coro Energy renegotiates Bulu acquisition deal

South east Asia-focussed upstream oil and gas company Coro Energy has renegotiated the terms of the proposed acquisition of a 42. 5% interest in the Bulu production sharing contract, offshore East Java, which contains the Lengo gas field, it announced on Thursday.