Carpetright shares were over 8% higher as weak full-year like-for-like sales growth was rescued by an improvement in the second-half and more encouraging current trading
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The consumer credit cycle buffer rises to 0.5% from 0% currently and will likely be 1% by the end of next year
The European Commission has ruled that Google abused its power by unfairly promoting its own shopping comparison service ahead of rivals
Kantar Worldpanel said overall supermarket sales rose by 5.0% in the 12 weeks to June 18, a stark contrast to the 0.2% decline seen this time last year
The brewer has moved to allay fears that the takeover would reduce competition in certain parts of the UK
Downgrading to 'hold' from 'buy, ShoreCap said they believe WPP’s current valuation "looks fair rather than cheap, and we do not see an obvious catalyst for a re-rating”
Carpetright CEO, Wilf Walsh said: “We have made an encouraging start to the new financial year, underpinned by the improving performance of our refurbished UK estate"
Sergio Bucher, Debenhams CEO, said: "As industry data has confirmed, May was a tough month for retailers and we continue to see volatility in trading week to week"
There was little mention of the corruption scandal Petrofac has recently been dragged into
Electronic labelling would allow stores to hike or lower prices at the press of a button
Tim Martin's J D Wetherspoon is launching its biggest ever single investment, developing a new site within the European Union.
The acquisitions of DCB and Spokemead last spring contributed to revenues doubling to £64mln
The BBC said L1 Retail, a fund controlled by Mikhail Fridman, is to buy the high street chain from US private equity firm Carlyle
Capita had revealed in December that it was seeking a buyer for its asset services division, which commentators had said could fetch up to £600mln
The US broker highlighted four reasons for their preference for the builders noting, firstly. that not enough homes are being built in the UK, meaning demand outweighs supply
Shares in Minoan were up 25% at 10.63p in mid-morning trading.
“The board considers that the mandatory cash offer of 32.375p per Hornby share significantly undervalues Hornby and its future prospects”
Sparton's ECP division is Ultra's 50/50 partner in the long-standing ERAPSCO joint venture, which manufactures underwater sensors used to track and detect submarines
The troubled lender put itself up for sale in February as it sought to avoid being wound down by the banking regulator due to its current capital position
A new ‘rap on knuckles’ over promotions may not have ‘material impact’ but the ongoing betting machine review may be a bigger problem.
The AIM-listed firm said it has entered into a subscription and underwriting agreement with shareholders Astoria and Kingswood to raise total gross proceeds of approximately £9.2mln
In a note to clients, the US bank's analysts said: “The main reason is valuation after a c40% rally in the shares since January 4, 2016"
The £18bn project received final approval nine months ago, but the National Audit Office thinks the case in favour of Hinkley is “marginal”
Gamblers may be prevented from 'quitting while they're ahead' due to promotion terms, according to the CMA.
It is the latest example of alternative, disruptive currencies being potentially unreliable and untrustworthy