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01 Mar
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Heavy rainfall sees retail footfall plummet

Retail footfall plunged last month, industry data showed on Friday, as the unusually wet weather kept shoppers at home.

29 Feb
The Body Shop to close 75 stores across the UK

The Body Shop is to close a further 75 stores, it was confirmed on Thursday, with the loss of nearly 500 jobs.

29 Feb
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OECD's Lombardelli named BoE deputy governor

The Bank of England has appointed OECD chief economist Clare Lombardelli a deputy governor, it was announced on Thursday.

29 Feb
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Mortgage approvals continue to rise - BoE

Mortgage approvals pushed higher in January, official data showed on Thursday, hitting the highest level since the government's disastrous mini budget in 2022.

29 Feb
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Annual profits tumble at Man Group

Man Group posted a slump in annual profits on Thursday, despite a jump in assets under management, after performance fees tumbled.

29 Feb
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'Challenging' year dents profits at Schroders

Asset manager Schroders posted a slide in annual profits on Thursday, after a historically "challenging" year for the sector.

28 Feb
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Profits continue to fall across UK service sector - CBI

The UK service sector continued to falter in February, an industry survey showed on Wednesday, as weak demand weighed heavily.

28 Feb
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Ageas mulls £3.1bn bid for Direct Line, shares surge

Shares in Direct Line Insurance Group motored ahead on Wednesday, after Belgium's Ageas confirmed it was considering a possible £3. 1bn bid for its UK rival.

28 Feb
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Thames Water calls for higher bills as it looks to stay afloat - report

Thames Water is lobbying both government and the regulator to allow it to raise bills, pay dividends and avoid swingeing fines, it was reported on Wednesday.

28 Feb
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China's Country Garden faces winding-up petition

Chinese developer Country Garden Holdings Company has been hit by a winding-up petition, it was confirmed on Wednesday, in the latest blow to China’s embattled property sector.

28 Feb
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Fourth-quarter sales disappoint at Reckitt, shares slide

Shares in Reckitt Benckiser Group tumbled on Wednesday, after fourth-quarter sales missed expectations.

23 Feb
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Quarterly numbers disappoint at Warner Bros Discovery

Warner Brothers Discovery posted a bigger-than-expected quarterly loss on Friday, weighing on the shares.

23 Feb
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Government to introduce £2 limit for online slots

The government is to introduce a £2 maximum stake for under-25s playing online slot machines, it was confirmed on Friday.

23 Feb
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BASF to cut costs by a further €1bn

Germany’s BASF Group is to slash costs by a further €1bn, the chemicals giant confirmed on Friday, as it battles higher expenses and falling earnings.

23 Feb
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Business sentiment in Germany strengthens slightly

Investor sentiment brightened modestly in Germany this month, a closely-watched survey showed on Friday, despite the economy continuing to falter.

23 Feb
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Energy bills to fall as Ofgem trims price cap

The cap on gas and electricity charges will fall from April, the energy regulator confirmed on Friday, cutting most household bills.

23 Feb
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UK consumer confidence eases in February - GfK

Consumer confidence faltered in February, a closely-watched survey showed on Friday, as concerns about the economy continued to weigh heavily.

22 Feb
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Moderna posts surprise profit, shares spark

Moderna posted a surprise quarterly profit on Thursday, despite sales of its Covid vaccine continuing to slide.

22 Feb
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AI boom sees earnings rocket at Nvidia

Shares in Nvidia sparked on Thursday, after the US chipmaker saw sales surge on booming demand for artificial intelligence.

22 Feb
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Eurozone inflation edges lower in January

Eurozone inflation edged lower last month, official data showed on Thursday, as widely expected.