With the latest round of sanctions from the US against Russia due to come into force on August 22, the market seems to have had little reaction, but what could the future hold?
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Hornby said Lyndon Davies will step down as interim chairman to focus on his role as chief executive
HSBC upgraded Aggreko to ‘buy’ from ‘hold’ and raised its target price to 1,050p from 740p.
The challenging ‘known-knowns’ - i.e. low margin sales and a problematic ‘preowned’ market – remain, but, efforts in eSports and a promising line-up of pre-Christmas game releases give investors something to look forward to
Hot weather boosted drinks sales and hit reality TV show Love Island boosted demand for men’s skincare products
Persimmon's new home sales rose 4% to 8,072 units and the average selling price edged up 1% to £215,813.
The mortgage loan book rising by 29% to £5.7bn including a 4% rise in new mortgages to £1.36bn.
Angling Direct reported a 56% rise in revenue, despite the hit to sales from the ‘Beast from the East’ earlier in the year and the more recent period of hot weather
Fartech's IPO is reportedly set to be valued at up to US$5bn
The delay comes amid sector-wide pressure from European regulators to submit more detailed plans for their post-Brexit hubs to prevent banks from creating token offices
HoF owes its suppliers £484mln, according to documents from administrators EY
It marks PepsiCo's first major acquisition since chief executive Indra Nooyi said she would leave the company in October
In a note to clients, the bank said the recent underperformance of some recent acquisitions for the AIM 100 veterinary services provider was “something of a surprise"
Mulberry warned that its profit for the year will be “materially reduced” if weak sales trends in the UK retail market continue.
Citigroup said RBS is "taking market share, should benefit more than peers from rate hikes and has very attractive capital return prospects in the medium-term".
The fine was levied by accountancy watchdog the Financial Reporting Council after KPMG appeared as an expert witness in a court case
The broker is forecasting a potential uplift of in both revenue and underlying earnings if the firm manages to capture a slice of the UK's 4mln festival-goers
The move follows a report by Sky News last week that leading institutions in the City were planning to oppose the new pay plan
In an unusual move, the government has decided to step in at HMP Birmingham, after an inspection found the prison, which had been run by G4S, had “slipped into chaos”
The FTSE 250-listed firm has seen its shares jump over the past week since Mike Ashley’s Sports Direct International PLC – which owns a 30% stake in Debenhams – acquired rival House of Fraser out of administration
Attendance at last year's gamecon in Germany surpassed company expectations and it is hoping for more
"RBS has been the worst performing UK domestic bank stock year-to-date," HSBC said
The waste disposal services provider said that the new business would be incorporated into its Industrial & Commercial division, enabling it to broaden its customer offering across the region
A trio of investment banks cut their target prices for the firm as it became clear that the sales recovery in the second quarter had relied too much on the unusually hot UK weather
Airea chairman Martin Toogood said the group is "pleased by the progress we have made in driving sales growth" in the first half