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12 Nov
Hillary Clinton: PM's decision to withhold report on Russian election meddling is 'shameful'

Former US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton said that UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s decision to withhold a report on Russian meddling in UK politics is “shameful”.

07 Nov
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Canaccord cuts target price on Whitbread amid falling business confidence

Analysts at Canaccord Genuity cut their target price for shares of Whitbread to reflect tougher regional trading on the back of weaker business travel and the implementation of IFRS 16m, although he added that a "clear" Brexit result after the general elections could "be the catalyst for a rapid recovery in trading in the 2021 financial year".

05 Nov
New car sales continue to struggle amid Brexit uncertainty - SMMT

New car registrations in the UK fell by 6. 7% in October as economic and political uncertainty continued to impact confidence, according to data released on Tuesday by the Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders (SMMT).

31 Oct
UK car production falls by 3.8% amid weak demand, says SMMT

UK car production dropped by 3. 8% in September due to lower demand both at home and abroad, according to data released on Thursday by the Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders (SMMT).

31 Oct
British expats must register to vote immediately, says deVere CEO

The boss of a major independent financial advisory organisation has urged British expats to register to vote in the upcoming general election as soon as possible.

30 Oct
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Johnson's Brexit deal would slash £70bn off UK economy, says NIESR

The Brexit deal secured by UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson would leave the country £70bn worse off than if it remained in the European Union, according to a report released on Wednesday.

29 Oct
Full-time gender pay gap widened, says ONS

The UK's gender pay gap for full-time employees has widened in favour of men during 2019, according to data released on Tuesday by the Office for National Statistics (ONS).

25 Oct
Europe close: Stocks run up at session's end on US-China trade news

European stocks jumped on Friday amid reports of continued progress in US-China trade talks.

24 Oct
PM said to confirm he will push for elections on 12 December

The Prime Minister will call a general election for 12 December.

24 Oct
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UK retail employment falls by 85,000 in Q3

Retail employment in the UK fell by -2. 8% in the third quarter with 85,000 jobs lost over the preceding 12 months.

24 Oct
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EU leaders leaning towards agreeing to a flexible extension to Brexit

One of the European Parliament's main decision-making bodies lent its weight on Thursday to those who were arguing that Brussels should accept London's request for an extension to the then current 31 October deadline for Brexit.

23 Oct
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EU to decide on Brexit extension as UK faces possible general election

European leaders are set to decide on whether to grant the UK another Brexit extension until January, but there were doubts about whether Paris would agree.

22 Oct
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Morgan Stanley downgrades TUI and slashes target, sees growing risks to dividend

Analysts at Morgan Stanley downgraded their recommendation and target price for shares of TUI AG on Tuesday, telling clients that they expected the travel operator's guidance for the 2020 financial year to be "wide" and below consensus, due to costs related with Boeing's 737 MAX and uncertainty around demand more generally.

21 Oct
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Broker tips: Petropavlovsk, ABF, Man Group

Analysts at Cannacord Genuity reiterated their 'buy' recommendation and 16. 0p target price on shares of gold miner Petropavlovsk thid quarter sales and production data.

21 Oct
Pound gains despite postponement of Brexit deal vote

The pound was unfazed by the Speaker of the House, John Bercow's, decision not to allow a "meaningful vote" on the Prime Minister's Brexit proposal to go ahead on Monday, as some observers had correctly anticipated.

21 Oct
Johnson's Brexit deal hangs in balance as Labour eyes DUP support

UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson's Brexit deal hung in the balance as the government sought a meaningful vote on Monday and Labour wooed unionist MPs in an attempt to form a blocking majority.

18 Oct
UK's Johnson faces challenge to get Brexit deal through parliament

UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson was on Friday preparing to drum up support for the Brexit deal he agreed with the EU ahead of an historic Saturday sitting of parliament.

18 Oct
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Berenberg lowers target on Bellway, but judges valuation 'undemanding'

Analysts at Berenberg reiterated their recommendation to 'buy' shares of Bellway, pointing to the company's "stellar" long-term track record and undemanding valuation to back up their case.

18 Oct
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BoE's Ramsden continues to expect 'gradual but limited' interest rate hikes

Parliamentary approval of Prime Minister Boris Johnson's Brexit deal proposal would most likely pave the way for interest rate hikes, a top Bank of England policymaker said.

17 Oct
Brexit deal may get through Parliament, Exane says

Traders shied away from pushing Sterling any higher on Thursday despite confirmation that the UK and the European Union had reached an agreement on the terms of the former's withdrawal from the bloc.