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09 Sep
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Spire Heathcare lifts revenue guidance despite Covid costs

Independent hospital group Spire Healthcare said it expected annual revenue to be “materially ahead” of 2019 as it swung to a half-year profit despite higher costs due to the Covid pandemic.

09 Sep
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Genus posts rise in FY profits but warns over hit to growth

Animal genetics company Genus reported a jump in full-year profit and revenue on Thursday as it continued to win new customers, with growth in both of its business, but warned that recent volatility in the Chinese porcine market will dent growth.

09 Sep
Morrisons maintains full-year guidance, 888 wins race for William Hill international business

London open The FTSE 100 is expected to open 63 points lower on Thursday, having closed down 0. 75% at 7,095. 53 on Wednesday.

09 Sep
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London pre-open: Stocks seen lower as investors eye ECB

London stocks were set to fall at the open on Thursday following downbeat US and Asian sessions, as investors eye the latest policy announcement from the European Central Bank.

09 Sep
Thursday newspaper round-up: Boeing, Evergrande, M&S

Boeing’s board of directors must face a lawsuit from the planemaker’s shareholders over two fatal crashes of its 737 Max aircraft, which killed 346 people in less than six months, a US judge has ruled. Delaware judge vice-chancellor Morgan Zurn found that the company had ignored “red flags” about the safety of the new aircraft and its anti-stall system, which the board “should have heeded but instead ignored”, following the crash of Lion Air flight 610 in October 2018.