The FTSE 100-listed firm said: “First half revenues and earnings per share are expected to be up strongly at actual exchange rates, driven by the benefit of currency translation"
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The SG number cruncher repeated his ‘buy’ recommendation and 80p a share price target.
CMC Markets has grown customer number despite the impact of tighter rules on spread betting firms
Carr's shares are under the cosh today after warning on its full year results, reflecting issues in its UK manufacturing and US agriculture divisions
The US bank’s analysts said: “Morrison has one of the strongest balance sheets in the sector, a capital light growth plan, self-help opportunities, is close to net cash and has one of the most attractive cash flow valuations in the sector.”
Tesco will need to do a lot more convincing to gain shareholder approval for its merger with Booker, according to analysts
One suspects Barclays Capital has just employed a new team covering retail stocks with initiations of coverage across the board
In a note to clients, the Swiss broker’s analysts said that the most recent UBS Evidence Lab consumer survey shows “a substantial slowdown in spending expectations in the next 12 months on clothing, especially amongst the older and lower income demographic"
AO said brokers Jefferies International and Numis Securities had placed just under 37.8mln new shares, representing around 9% of the company after an accelerated book-build at 132.5p each
“For many of our customers, access to third party distribution channels for ticket sales is an important revenue stream,” says Accesso boss Tom Burnet.
New purchase orders for the well-established TexRAD research version are continuing at a good rate a
Booker Group's boss Charles Wilson said he is excited about the benefits its merger with Tesco will bring as an enlarged group to shareholders and customers
Domino's may no longer need its pizza delivery staff in future as it begins using robots to send food to customers' doors in Europe
TUI said its transformation is progressing as it sells off non-core assets to streamline the business
JP Morgan is looking to move its operations from London to elsewhere in Europe after the UK leaves the European Union
The US$28bn all-share merger has been terminated after Margrethe Vestager ruled that it "would have significantly reduced competition" in the area of clearing of fixed income instruments
The group – which acquired the i newspaper last April for £24mln - reported a statutory pretax loss from continuing operations of £300.3mln for 2016, a turn-around from a £2.2mln profit in 2015
The uncertainty surrounding Brexit, worries about terrorism and tough competition are weighing on the European travel sector
The small cap airline said passenger revenue in the quarter ended March 31 is estimated to have risen by 9.8% year-on-year, slower than the 13.5% growth seen in the third quarter
The FTSE 250-listed firm said total like-for-like revenues fell by 1.7% in its UK regional bus division, largely as a result of “weak underlying local economic conditions in some parts of the UK and sustained lower fuel prices.
The FTSE 250-listed firm saw its underlying pretax profit rise to £187.4mln for the twelve months to January 31 2017, up 5.6% on the £177.4mln reported a year earlier
Adjusted pre-tax profit fell 39% to £16.9mln in the 26 weeks to January 28 - a tough period for hardware sales coupled with a weak line-up of new games.
A new tidal stream power project off the islands of Lombok, Indonesia, present the latest international expansion opportunity for AIM quoted Atlantis Resources.
Tesco's major shareholders Schroders and Artisan Partners have asked the supermarket to pull its offer for Booker Group
RBS has been accused of misleading investors over its financial position in the lead up to its 2008 rights issue, which closely preceded its state bailout