Four of the big UK-listed bookies headed downwards on Tuesday after the Department of Justice published an opinion positing that all online gambling is illegal
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“Whilst authorisations need to come through, the length and breadth of activity is genuinely encouraging to our minds and we expect momentum to further build in FY2019"
A £160mln refund programme is now more or less complete, but Vanquis Bank has seen more people miss credit card repayments as a result of the implementation of some new measures
Long-serving boss Rooney Anand is stepping down at the end of April, at which point Nick Mackenzie, the managing director of Merlin’s Midway Attractions division, will join
The retailer wants to take a third of its business online, so it is planning to close more than 100 stores over the next few years which should leave it with a smaller, better-located estate
"The investment we are making in the business systems is already delivering improvements, with sustained benefits expected to be realised over the longer term at Metro Rod," the company said
The FTSE 100-listed housebuilder said its total group revenues rose by 4% to £3.74bn in 2018, up from £3.42bn in 2017, as new housing revenues also increased by 4% to £3.55bn
The firm expected revenues for 2018 to be up 35.6% at £123.6mln, however acquisitions and investments meant net debt was forecast to jump by £8.5mln to £46mln
"We are delighted to be reporting yet another great set of financial and operational results and would like to say a very big thank you to all our team and customers,” said joint chief executives Mahmud Kamani and Carol Kane
In a brief trading update, the funeral services provider said the average funeral income had remained higher than anticipated while overheads had been lower than expected
The numbers aligned closely with an update issued at the start of December, although cheer came in the form of yet another dividend
John R. Shaw, Itaconix’s CEO commented: "We expect the supply arrangement will support a significant part of our forecast detergent revenues for 2019 and beyond"
The AIM-listed company said its 2018 revenue is expected to be in the region of £2.8mln, up from £1.9m in 2017, with a loss before tax of approximately £1.0mln, versus a £0.8mln loss in 2017
Big Yellow Group said it expects to return to occupancy growth in the fourth quarter as it pushes ahead with expansion plans
“Our diverse and balanced global business, together with our highly experienced management teams, mean we look to the future with confidence," said chief executive Alistair Cox.
Chairman Miles Pelham said Obtala made great strides in 2018 and has the “nuts and bolts” in place for 2019.
Analysts reckon it’s a combination of factors, although most of thing come back to the same thing: JD sells things that today’s youth want to buy
The US bank adjusted target prices for a number of other sector players, cutting those for Taylor Wimpey, Crest Nicholson PLC, and Bovis Homes, but raising the target for Redrow
Rachel Reeves, the MP for Leeds West, said it was “unacceptable” for financial institutions to try and “game the system at the expense of customers”, particularly those struggling financially
The mining investment group said the programme has been “very successful at confirming and expanding high-grade mineralization in the Main Massive Sulphide Zone"
New Look said the agreement represents a "critical step in our turnaround plans"
Deutsche Bank’s top picks in order of preference are Barclays, RBS and Lloyds
PageGroup maintained its guidance for 2018 operating profit and said it was well placed to respond quickly to changes in market conditions
Credit Suisse’s analysts noted that Next is expecting a gradual decline in margins which is likely to accelerate in future years as currency factors turn negative
In an update for the year ended 31 December, the group said it had reduced profit guidance for its UK business by £0.6mln due to “current economic and political uncertainty”