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Today's AGM may be a downbeat affair after the company said first half sales had been lower than a year earlier
No schadenfreude here ... a German newspaper reports the US investment bank is mulling moving 1,000 of its jobs from London to Frankfurt
The stock more than quadrupled its value yesterday on news of a large order win
Pearson’s woes have left income investors scrutinising the FTSE 100
JD Sports should be a ‘shoe’-in for any investor’s portfolio, claims the broker
The influential media team at Deutsche Bank has cut its price target for the stock by 130p to 600p.
Cantor says hold; Liberum says sell. Either way, March's pension settlement is likely to be a key catalyst for the stock
online sales and services revenues were bright spots in an otherwise dismal update
LFL sales growth accelerated, and the group signalled confidence in the future with a special dividend
"Our postmen and women delivered a great service at Christmas," said Royal Mail boss Moya Greene
The group dismayed investors with plans to cut the dividend payout
Liberum has cut its profit before tax forecasts at the video game retailer for the next three years
“Valuation and recommendation-wise we feel that the task of turning M&S into a business that can maybe double its profits before tax has clearly not been demonstrated yet and a new management team is wise not to over-commit,” said Haitong in a note to clients.
“As Britain prepares to invoke Article 50 to begin the process of negotiating its exit from the EU it seems right to assume that sentiment, and perhaps Sterling too, will be volatile,” he added.
Chairman Tim Martin did not spurn the opportunity to gloat over how the predictions of doom and gloom post the Breixt vote failed to materialise
Along with recalibrating earnings guidance, it unveiled plans to cut the dividend and potentially offload its stake in Penguin Random House.
Delivering retail revenues of £745mln, the group, famed for its distinctive check design, said full-year earnings would be in line with market forecasts.
The settlements are provisional but appear to draw a line under the bribery scandal
With 42.2% of the shares under its control, this merger always looked certain to happen but it has come at a cost
"The performance of FairFX during 2016 gives us great confidence for the prospects for 2017 and beyond,” said chief executive Ian Strafford-Taylor.
"We are delighted to announce the establishment of Fprop UK Special Opportunities LP on behalf of a group of Oxford and Cambridge colleges," said CEO, Ben Habib
The first thing to expect is another delay, as the government puts pressure on the DCLG
DB says Lloyds shares are already close to fair value, even though the MBNA deal has boosted the bank.