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18 Jul
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Director dealings: Workspace quartet sell £1.6m of shares

Four Workspace directors and their spouses sold £1. 57m worth of the served office group's stock, which is just off its highest level in nine and half years.

18 Jul
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Capita CFO packs his bags

Capita chief financial officer Nick Greatorex has given notice that he intends to leave the outsourcer, seven months after a new chief executive was appointed.

18 Jul
Broker tips: Boohoo, Ascential, Royal Mail

Online fashion retailer Boohoo got a boost on Wednesday as Liberum bumped the stock up to 'buy' from 'hold' and lifted the price target to 240p from 220p on the back of an improvement in its key metrics.

18 Jul
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Thursday preview: Unilever and Sports Direct results in focus

Half year results are due from Unilever and full year numbers from Sports Direct, while the Office for National Statistics will confirm official retail growth for last month.

18 Jul
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Oxford Biomedica could be in line for larger royalty from Novartis

Oxford BioMedica could get a bumper royalty payment from Novartis after solid sales of Kymriah drug in the second quarter.

18 Jul
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Europe midday: Stocks gain as euro slides, led by auto and tech

European stocks were mostly higher on Wednesday as the dollar continued to dominate the single currency, with automotive and tech shares leading the gains.

18 Jul
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Europe open: German and French stocks rise on euro dip, auto tariff reports

European stocks were mostly higher on Wednesday as the dollar continued to dominate the single currency, with automotive and tech shares leading the gains.

18 Jul
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London open: Footsie benefits as pound bows to political uncertainty

London stocks on Wednesday took up where they left off the previous afternoon, rising on the back of a pound that was taking a bruising from a new wave of political worries and upbeat updates from airline EasyJet and miner BHP Billiton.

18 Jul
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GVC enjoys growth acceleration from World Cup

GVC Holdings, the online gaming group that acquired bookmaker Ladbrokes in March, got a not-unsurprising boost from the World Cup in recent weeks that helped growth accelerate in the third quarter.

18 Jul
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Tullow Oil to pay partner's share of Ghana court costs

Tullow Oil lost out to Kosmos Energy in an arbitration case and has been ordered to pay at least an extra $50. 8m (£38. 8m) of costs from terminating a drilling contract two years ago.

18 Jul
London pre-open: FTSE to climb as pound slumps further

London stocks are expected to take up where they left off the previous afternoon, rising on the back of a pound that has taken a bruising from a new wave of political confusion.

17 Jul
Europe close: Stocks get out of jail as dollar dents euro

European stocks showed up late on Tuesday after the euro was sent packing as Federal Reserve chairman Jerome Powell suggested US interest rates will continue to rise in spite of any uncertainty over trade policy.

17 Jul
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London close: Stocks pick up as Powell perks up dollar

London stocks perked up late on Tuesday as the pound fell on new Brexit fears ahead of a key parliamentary vote and expectations of rising US interest rates, with the latest UK jobs data seemingly doing little to nudge markets either way.

17 Jul
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Wednesday preview: EasyJet, RPC, UK inflation reading to clear up doubts?

Both budget airline easyJet and plastics maker RPC Group have the opportunity to set the record straight with investors as they provide trading updates on Wednesday, while UK inflation data could give a strong clue as what the Bank of England will do with its next interest rates decision.

17 Jul
RBS welcomes debt upgrade from Moody's

Credit agency Moody's upgraded its rating on Royal Bank of Scotland's senior debt on Tuesday, also changing its outlook to 'positive'.

17 Jul
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Berenberg slays Greene King's directors for 'destroying shareholder value'

Shares in Greene King were sent lower on Tuesday as Berenberg reiterated its view that the pub company was an investment "value trap", with underlying trading remaining poor and profit "likely to go backwards again" in 2018.

17 Jul
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Standard Life Aberdeen gains from HDFC float pricing

Standard Life Aberdeen's stake in India's HDFC Asset Management Company has been valued at least at £970m ahead of a planned flotation on the Bombay Stock Exchange.

17 Jul
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Morgan Advanced Materials at 'tipping point' for upside, analysts say

Two and a half years into a strategic pivot, Morgan Advance Materials is nearing a potential "tipping point", analysts at JPMorgan Cazenove believe, leading them to upgrade their rating and target price.

17 Jul
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Stagecoach's roadblocks are behind it, Citi reckons

After a bumpy few months, Stagecoach has a more open road ahead, Citigroup believes, upgrading its recommendation on the train and bus operator.

16 Jul
Results round-up

Newcastle-based construction services firm Northern Bear on Monday upped its dividend increase after reporting growth in profits and revenue.