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Wednesday broker round-up

Thomas Cook Group: Numis upgrades to buy with a target price of 154p.

Astrazeneca hoards drugs in preparation for Brexit

Astrazeneca is increasing its stockpiles of drugs by a fifth to ensure the smooth supply of medicines in the case of a hard Brexit in April 2019.

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Google fined €4.3bn by EU over Android case

Tech giant Google has been fined €4. 3bn ($5bn) by the European Union for abusing its market position over smartphone makers and ordered to change the way it puts web browser apps on Android devices.

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Ericsson shares soar after better-than-expected Q2 results

Shares in Swedish telecoms giant Ericsson soared on Wednesday after the company posted an unexpected small operating profit in the second quarter.

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May narrowly avoids rebellion on customs union in crucial vote

Prime Minister Theresa May narrowly avoided a rebellion within her own ranks on Tuesday night over the EU customs union with the help of four Labour pro-Brexit MPs and a threat to call an election.

17 Jul
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Tuesday broker round-up

ASOS: Goldman Sachs upgrades to buy with a target price of 7,900p.

17 Jul
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Amazon workers in Europe strike during Prime promotion event

Amazon workers from Spain, Germany and Poland have walked out on strike over demands for better working conditions, choosing to do so on the same date as the retail giant’s big promotional push.

17 Jul
Google could face record fine from EU in Android case - report

Google could face a record fine from the European Union in a competition case over its Android mobile system, according to reports on Tuesday.

17 Jul
Netflix shares dive over missed subscriber growth projections

Netflix shares plunged as the entertainment streaming company missed its subscriber forecasts by one million for the second quarter.

17 Jul
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UK migration numbers fall to four-year low

Net migration from the European Union to the UK fell to its lowest level since 2013, fresh data from the Office of National Statistics has shown.

17 Jul
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Vote Leave fined, referred to police over spending rules breach

The Brexit campaign group Vote Leave has been fined £61,000 and referred to the police for breaching spending rules in the 2016 referendum, Britain’s Electoral Commission said on Tuesday.

16 Jul
Monday broker round-up

Codemasters Group Holdings: Peel Hunt initiates buy with a target price of 310p.

16 Jul
UK could become leading global hub for crypto economy, report says

The UK has all the required resources and an industrial and governmental will to become a global hub for crypto economy and blockchain technologies by 2022, according to new research.

16 Jul
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Tusk warns EU, China, US and Russia to reduce trade tensions

European Council President Donald Tusk on Monday called on Europe, China, the US and Russia to work together and avoid trade wars that could lead to "conflict and chaos".

16 Jul
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May to pledge £300m for UK aerospace to soothe Brexit fears

Prime Minister Theresa May on Monday offered an extra £300m to the aerospace industry to support new projects after companies like Airbus threatened to reduce activities in the UK because of Brexit uncertainties.

11 Jul
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Uber allies with start-up Lime to add rentable scooters on app

Uber announced its new partnership with electric scooter startup Lime on Monday which will allow the company to rent out scooters via its smartphone app.

10 Jul
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Tuesday broker round-up

Hargreaves Lansdown: Numis upgrades to add with a target price of 2,198p.

10 Jul
Monsanto faces legal challenge over claims of cancerous weedkiller

Monsanto faces a legal case in which it is accused of “bullying scientists” and suppress evidence of the cancer risks of its weed killer.

10 Jul
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UK advised to invest in cheaper and safer renewables, rather than nuclear

The UK government should ditch its plans to build more nuclear plants and invest in cleaner, cheaper and safer renewable energy, the National Infrastructure Commission advised on Tuesday.

10 Jul
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Bank of England 'should freeze house prices for five years'

The Bank of England has been urged to freeze house prices for five years in a move to prevent another financial crisis and allow people to access affordable homes.