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Civitas Social Housing has bought three social housing properties comprising 26 tenancies for £3. 65m.
Barclays has recruited Nigel Higgins from Rothschild to replace John McFarlane as the bank's chairman.
TP ICAP said volatile markets in October supported revenue at its interest rate trading and data divisions as the interdealer broker stuck to reduced guidance for annual results.
Sage has appointed finance chief Steve Hare as its new boss after he served two months as the software group’s interim leader.
IG Group’s chief executive Peter Hetherington has stepped down abruptly after three years as the boss of the spread betting and derivatives trading platform.
Bonmarche blamed waning interest in high street shopping for a sharp downturn in store sales that will cause profit to shrink this year.
Halfords said it would spend up to £20m a year extra on improving stores and integrating services to keep up with changing consumer trends.
TUI Group said its financial year was closing as expected with customer numbers increasing despite the heatwave in Northern Europe.
Total mortgage lending and loans for house purchases fell in August as the UK’s property market remained in the doldrums, industry figures showed.
PZ Cussons reported first-quarter trading was in line with expectations as growth in Europe and Asia offset problems in Nigeria.
Hornby said trading was on track to meet its expectations as the model train maker seeks to put a run of bad results behind it.
Boohoo increased its guidance for annual revenue growth as the online fashion retailer reported first-half profit up by more than a fifth.
Pittards warned new global tariffs could affect its business as the leather producer reported falling UK hide manufacturing orders.
Comcast said it had bought more than 30% of Sky’s shares to make its £30. 6bn cash bid for the UK broadcaster mandatory.
AG Barr’s first half profit rose as the maker of Irn-Bru and other soft drinks steered a course through a soft drinks market made unpredictable by extreme weather and the introduction of the sugar tax.
Next raised its guidance for annual profit after the fashion retailer’s trading in August and early September was better than expected.
Smiths Group returned to growth last year as underlying revenue increased but currency swings and reclassification of costs sent reported annual profit down 8%.
Lloyd’s of London returned to profit in the first half of 2018 as the insurance market recovered from a series of catastrophes that hit its members in late 2017.
Stobart Group said annual results for its energy and rail divisions were likely to be lower than expectations as the owner of Southend airport seeks to recover from a damaging boardroom dispute.
British American Tobacco’s chief executive Nicandro Durante will retire next April after eight years in charge in which he turned BAT into the world’s biggest listed cigarette company.