Full List Of Stories
Babcock plays down write-downs

Babcock International played down a weekend report about a large write-down that the defence contractor will have to take to its accounts this week.

16 Nov
ep produccionaston martin
Aston Martin Lagonda impresses Deusche and Cazenove

A day after Aston Martin Lagonda's first trading update after floating in London last month, the upmarket carmaker received positive write-ups from analysts at Deutsche Bank and JPMorgan Cazenove.

16 Nov
imperial brands blu ngps vaping ecigarettes
Imperial blows vapour up the FDA after ecig crackdown

Cigarette maker Imperial Brands said it was developing a version of electronic cigarettes that could be locked to prevent possible underage use, after a fresh US regulatory crackdown on vaping.

16 Nov
british american tobacco bats vaping ecigaratte
Tobacco stocks fall as FDA cracks down on ecig flavours

Tobacco stocks tumbled on Wall Street after US regulators announced new restrictions on flavoured electronic cigarettes and potential bans on menthol cigarettes and flavoured cigars.

15 Nov
London close: FTSE finishes flat as ministers resign over Brexit

London stocks gave up its earlier gains to finish flat on Thursday as the pound tumbled in the wake of Brexit Secretary Dominic Raab's resignation, with banks and housebuilders also hit by concerns about the EU divorce process.

15 Nov
cbmaybrexit short1
Sector movers: Banks, builders, utilities cower as govt wobbles over Brexit

Banks, housebuilders and utility companies were under the cosh on Thursday as may UK-facing stocks suffered, while miners gleamed.

15 Nov
retail shopping high street
UK retail sales tumble 0.5%

UK retail sales tumbled last month, official figures revealed on Thursday, confounding expectations for the sector to bounce back from the previous month.

15 Nov
royal mail, post
Royal Mail addresses costs as first-half profits fall 25%

Royal Mail nudged up its half-year dividend despite a 25% decline in operating profits for the first half of the year.

14 Nov
Sector movers: Electricity up, oil engineers down

Electricity and telecoms were the livewire sectors on Wednesday, while oil engineers were on the rocks.

14 Nov
Next, retail, fashion
Next could become 'online marketplace of choice', says HSBC

Next is "well placed" to manage the retail sector's structural shift to online and with strong cash flow driving share buybacks, HSBC upgraded its rating on the stock to 'buy' on Wednesday.

14 Nov
Pearson sells off FT headquarters

Pearson has agreed to sell the Financial Times' headquarters on the banks of the Thames to investor M&G for £115m.

14 Nov
supermarket checkout tills inflation prices retail lidl
UK inflation stays flat as food prices tumble

UK inflation remained unchanged last month, the Office for National Statistics revealed on Wednesday, having been expected to rise slightly.

14 Nov
british land broadgate
British Land holds up as retail falls but London offices firm

A decline in retail property values hit British Land in the first half of the year, but the offices and shopping centre developer reported flat earnings as it grew rents and bought back shares.

14 Nov
prudential pru
Prudential profits accelerate in Asia, US recovers

Prudential's profit growth accelerated in the third quarter of the year as sales recovered in the US and improved in Asia, while the M&G Prudential arm made "good progress" in preparations for its demerger.