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10 Sep
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Liberum upgrades SIG to 'buy', says recovery 'just getting started'

Analysts at Liberum upgraded insulation and construction products supplier SIG from 'hold' to 'buy' on Friday, stating the firm's recovery was "just getting started".

10 Sep
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Monzo looking to enter 'buy now pay later' market - report

Monzo is reportedly planning to enter the ‘buy now pay later’ market, looking to compete with the likes of Klarna and PayPal.

10 Sep
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Tritax Eurobox to raise £170m in placing to fund acquisition

Real estate investor Tritax Eurobox said on Friday that it was looking to raise £170m via a placing in order to fund new investments.

10 Sep
Asia report: Markets positive as Chinese gaming plays rebound

Markets in Asia were in the green after the last session of the week on Friday as China-focussed video gaming plays rebounded.

10 Sep
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Evraz appoints Sergey Sergienko as VP of Technologies Development

Russian steelmaker Evraz has appointed Sergey Sergienko as vice president of Technologies Development.

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SigmaRoc inks strategic collaboration agreement with Marshalls

Building materials firm SigmaRoc said on Friday that had inked a strategic collaboration with Marshalls as part of an effort to deliver new ultra-low carbon products within the concrete sector.

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Gresham House sees strong growth in H1, looks to raise £40m

Alternative asset manager Gresham House witnessed "strong growth" in assets under management in the first half of its trading year, driven by international expansion and continued demand for its environment, social and governance-focused investment strategies.

10 Sep
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Primorus swings to loss as it looks for 'exciting' new investments

Primorus Investments reported an operating loss of £0. 12m in its first half on Friday, swinging from £3. 29m profit year-on-year.

10 Sep
Europe open: Shares higher as investors digest ECB signal on tapering

European shares started the final session of the week in positive mood on the back of higher Asian markets and despite a signal from the European Central Bank that it would taper asset purchases.

10 Sep
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London open: Stocks edge up as investors digest GDP data

London stocks edged up in early trade on Friday following heavy losses in the previous session, as investors digested the latest UK GDP data.

10 Sep
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Fulham Shore revenues top pre-Covid levels in recent weeks

Restaurant company Fulham Shore updated the market on its recent trading on Friday, reporting that since it released its final results on 17 August, revenues had continued to grow.

10 Sep
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Katoro resumes Blyvoor funding talks after busy first half

Gold and nickel explorer and developer Katoro said on Friday that drilling results from the RAB drill programme carried out at the Haneti project in its first half confirmed the results from previous exploration work done, which was the primary objective.

10 Sep
PureTech Health's Vor wins FDA fast-track approval for cancer drug

Clinical stage biotherapeutics firm PureTech Health on Friday said its founded entity, Vor Biopharma, had won US fast track approval for its leukaemia treatment.

10 Sep
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UK economic growth slows markedly in July

Economic growth slowed in July amid rising cases of Covid-19, according to figures released by the Office for National Statistics on Friday.

10 Sep
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London pre-open: Stocks to rise as investors mull GDP data

London stocks were set to rise at the open on Friday following heavy losses in the previous session, as investors digest the latest UK GDP data.

10 Sep
Cineworld to pay out dissenting Regal shareholders, Volution completes ERI takeover

London open The FTSE 100 is expected to open 26 points higher on Friday, having closed down 1. 01% at 7,024. 21 on Thursday.

10 Sep
Friday newspaper round-up: Ikea, durum wheat, RICS, Goldman

Ikea is poised to buy Topshop’s former flagship store on London’s Oxford Street, once the jewel in Sir Philip Green’s retail empire, for an estimated £385m, creating a new London home for the Swedish furniture brand. The deal to buy the long leasehold on the building, which includes the now-vacant 100,000 sq ft Topshop outlet as well as a Nike Town store and a shop for footwear brand Vans, is expected to complete the sell off of the assets of Green’s Arcadia Group empire which collapsed into administration in November last year.

10 Sep
Cineworld to pay dissenting Regal shareholders $170m

Cineworld said it would pay $170m of a judgement to dissenting shareholders of Regal Entertainment Group after the company’s takeover of the movie theatre chain in 2018.

09 Sep
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US close: Stocks end session despite better-than-expected jobless claims report

Wall Street closed lower on Thursday as some better than expected jobless claims data was offset by concerns surrounding a rise in new cases of Covid-19.