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16 Sep
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Government extends ban on business evictions until end 2020

The UK government has extended its ban on evictions for commercial tenants until the end of the year amid the Covid-19 crisis.

16 Sep
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KRM22 narrows losses in first half

Technology and software investment KRM22 reported total revenue of £2. 3m in its first half on Wednesday, up from £1. 8m year-on-year.

16 Sep
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Immunodiagnostic Systems launches four new assays

Laboratory diagnostics specialist Immunodiagnostic Systems announced the launch of four new ‘i-Tracker’ assays designed to run on its automated ‘IDS-iSYS’ analyser on Wednesday.

16 Sep
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Madrid may tighten mobility restrictions, Bank of Spain cuts GDP forecasts

The regional government of Madrid appears set to tighten mobility restrictions in several of the districts and suburbs witnessing the most rapid increases in Covid-19 infections.

16 Sep
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US retail spend slows in August as auto and gasoline sales drag

US retail sales volumes grew more slowly than anticipated last month, weighed down by slower growth in consumer spend for autos and at gasoline stations.

16 Sep
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Wednesday broker round-up

Morrison: JP Morgan downgrades to underweight with a target price of 160. 0p.

16 Sep
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Card activity declines, despite lockdown measures easing - UK Finance

Debit and credit card activity eased in June, industry data showed on Wednesday, despite the relaxation of lockdown measures and shops reopening.

16 Sep
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JP Morgan cuts Morrisons to 'underweight'

Investors should steer clear of UK food retailers, JP Morgan said as the bank downgraded Morrisons to 'underweight' and cut its share price target for the supermarket group.

16 Sep
Brickability revenues grow in first FY since listing

Building materials firm Brickability said on Wednesday that it had traded in line with full-year market expectations at the time of its initial public offering.

16 Sep
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Petra recovers 5 blue diamonds; warns over possible equity dilution

Petra Diamonds said on Wednesday that it has recovered five blue diamonds at its Cullinan mine in South Africa, as it warned that measures to improve its capital structure could result in significant equity dilution.

16 Sep
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BA's Cruz says 'fire and hire' plan is withdrawn

British Airways has said employees will not be forced to sign new contracts under a draft deal agreed with unions.

16 Sep
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Berenberg cuts target price on Capital & Regional

Analyst at Berenberg slashed their target price on real estate investment trust Capital & Regional from 100. 0p to 50. 0p on Wednesday, stating "leverage concerns" were growing.

16 Sep
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Asia report: Markets mixed after better-than-expected Japan export data

Markets in Asia finished in a mixed state on Wednesday, as investors digested data out of Japan, showing the country’s exports declining less than anticipated in August.

16 Sep
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Boku swings to operating profit as earnings rise in first half

Mobile payments and identity technology company Boku reported group adjusted EBITDA of $6. 4m (£4. 93m) in its first half on Wednesday, which was 84% higher than the first half of 2019.

16 Sep
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FRP Advisory buys JDC Group in £5.3m deal

Professional services company FRP Advisory Group announced the acquisition of the JDC Group on Wednesday.

16 Sep
Lenders must support credit card users once payment holidays end - FCA

The regulator is calling on lenders to support customers facing financial difficulties, as measures introduced to help borrowers through the worst of the Covid-19 pandemic come to an end.

16 Sep
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Trump criticises WTO over ruling on US tariffs against China

US President Donald Trump criticised the World Trade Organization for being “completely inadequate” after it ruled against US tariffs on China and said they breached international regulations.

16 Sep
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Futura Medical narrows losses as it progresses erectile treatment

Futura Medical reported a net loss of £1. 06m in its first half on Wednesday, narrowing from a net loss of £4. 46m year-on-year.

16 Sep
Euro area exports to US and UK still significantly lower year-to-date in July

The single currency bloc's surplus on trade with the rest of the world widened in July, nearly completing a V-shaped recovery to pre-Covid levels.

16 Sep
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US pre-open: Futures point to early gains ahead of Fed decision

Wall Street futures had stocks opening higher ahead of the bell on Wednesday ahead of the Federal Open Market Committee's latest policy meeting.