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12 Jul
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ADES acquires thirty-one onshore drilling rigs

London-listed holding company ADES International has signed a definitive agreement with Weatherford International to acquire thirty-one onshore drilling rigs for roughly $287. 5m.

12 Jul
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Enquiry for Caledonia Mining's Zimbabwe project following employee death

A mining related accident led to a fatality at the Caledonia Mining’s 49% owned Blanket Mine in Zimbabwe on Thursday.

12 Jul
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easyHotel acquires 125-year lease in Milton Keynes

Budget hotel operator easyHotel will set up shop in Milton Keynes following the acquisition of a 125-year lease in the area.

12 Jul
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London pre-open: Stocks to bounce back from heavy losses

London stocks looked set for a positive open on Thursday following heavy losses in the previous session on the back of renewed trade war concerns.

12 Jul
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Computacenter sees 2018 results 'comfortably in excess' of previous expectations

Computacenter said on Thursday that 2018 results are likely to be "comfortably in excess" of the expectations it set out in its first quarter trading update following a strong start to the year.

12 Jul
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Renewi sees trading in line; to start reporting in euros

International waste business Renewi said first quarter trading was in line with expectations as merger synergy and integration projects progressed well, placing the company on track to deliver €30m in full year savings.

12 Jul
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Dart takes off as 2019 profits said to 'substantially exceed' expectations

Leisure travel group Dart told investors to expect current year profits to "substantially exceed market expectations" after profits soared 49% in its past trading year.

12 Jul
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Capita wins contract to manage primary school tests, sells ParkingEye

Capita has been awarded a contract by the UK Department for Education's testing arm to manage all primary school national curriculum assessment tests in England, and separately has sold its parking management business for £235m.

12 Jul
Interserve wins contract for King George Hospital in Redbridge

Support services and construction group Interserve has been awarded a five-year contract worth £35m to deliver total facilities management services for the Barking, Havering & Redbridge University Hospitals NHS Trust, it announced on Thursday.

12 Jul
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Kepler downgrades PageGroup after strong run

Kepler Cheuvreux downgraded its stance on recruiter PageGroup to ‘hold’ from ‘buy’ on Thursday following a strong run, saying it expects to see a gradual slowdown in top-line growth.

12 Jul
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Xaar creating 3D printing joint venture with Stratasys

Xaar announced on Thursday that it would invest, along with Nasdaq-listed additive manufacturing company Stratasys, in a newly-formed company ‘Xaar 3D’, to develop 3D printing solutions based on high-speed sintering technologies.

12 Jul
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AFC Energy soars on back of landmark commercial order

AFC Energy’s shares rocketed on Thursday after it received its first Australian commercial order for its proprietary hydrogen power generation unit.

12 Jul
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B&M European Value grows 21% in first quarter

B&M European Value Retail got off to a strong start to its financial year, as the discount retailer showed how it is outperforming the rest of the high street.

12 Jul
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Premier Oil says H1 production averages 76,000 barrels

Premier Oil said it averaged production of 76,000 barrels a day (boepd) in the first half as it maintained full year guidance of 80,000-85,000 boepd.

12 Jul
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US pre-open: Stocks set to recover as investors eye inflation data

US stocks looked set to bounce back from the previous session’s losses on Thursday as investors eyed the latest reading on inflation.

12 Jul
Trump claims he has forced $33bn increase in NATO spending

US President Donald Trump claimed on Thursday he had forced other countries in the NATO alliance to increase their spending by $33bn, according to media reports.

12 Jul
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London midday: Stocks bounce back from heavy losses

London stocks had extended gains by midday on Thursday, bouncing back from the heavy losses seen in the previous session after tensions between the US and China escalated.

12 Jul
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ASOS warns full-year sales growth will be at bottom end of guidance

Shares in fashion retailer ASOS tumbled on Thursday as it warned that full-year sales growth would be "towards the lower end" of its previous guidance for between 25% and 30%, but analysts argued that the drop in the share price was a good buying opportunity.

12 Jul
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Trade tussle will heap more pressure mining stocks - UBS

Base metals have borne the brunt of negative sentiment so far, given higher exposure to trade, but UBS retained its 'overweight' global mining call, but said risks are rising.

12 Jul
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ReNeuron 'well funded' for next round of development

Therapeutics developer ReNeuron told investors that it was well-funded for the next round of development.