In a statement issued for its Capital Markets Day, Tesco said it has “further cost reduction and mix opportunities that allow us to offset inflation, improve our customer offer and/or increase margin”
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The investment bank said over the last three years the FTSE 250 group had exceeded their expectations for top-line growth in the US, with profits from its North American business in 2019 five times those for 2016
Experian shares are up by almost a third so far this year, and Credit Suisse thinks most of the growth potential is now baked into the stock price
The insurer said following "unsuccessful attempts" to engage on the terms of CEO Peter Moyo's departure, it has now terminated his employment.
Chief executive Brendan Horgan said the board "continues to look to the medium term with confidence"
Since listing in London in 2011, BBGI’s portfolio has grown from 19 assets to 48 assets and it has been promoted to the FTSE 250
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Shore Capital said Amigo’s recent full-year results were a little better than it had expected, but looking ahead it has serious concerns over regulatory and macro uncertainties
The German carrier said that market-wide overcapacities and the aggressive growth of low-cost competitors were putting pressure on the European short-haul market
US regulators are due to propose new laws later this year aimed at reducing the amount of nicotine in cigarettes, which would likely have a big effect on BAT’s profits
Broker's property sector review resulted in upgrades for Hammerson, Shaftesbury and Capital & Regional, but downgrades to Helical and Primary Health Properties
Staffline raised the expected costs associated with a breach of UK wage rules to £15.1mln from an earlier estimate of £7.9mln
The RBS stake in Saudi Arabia's Alawwal bank dated back to the FTSE 100 lender's disastrous acquisition of ABN AMRO in 2007
FTSE 100-listed Hargreaves has been one of Woodford's keenest supporters
Babcock said it received an “unsolicited and highly preliminary proposal” from Serco for a potential all-share combination of the two companies.
Angling Direct executive chairman Martyn Page said he believes that the prospects for the group are “very positive” as it expands to meet growing demand despite a challenging retail market
Berenberg cut its recommendation on the shares to ‘hold’ from ‘buy’ and lowered its target price to 6,000p from 6,500p.
The broker upgraded its recommendation for AO to ‘hold’ from ‘sell’, having previously felt the retailer's share price was "too far ahead of events"
The price range of the offer and the number of shares to be sold have not yet been decided, with a prospectus confirming these details to be published in the coming weeks
The UK and Ireland business saw net fees drop 9% to £23.8mln as Brexit uncertainty hurt business sentiment and delayed hiring decisions
Ahead of half-year results, Ascential provided restated summary results for 2018 following the adoption of the IFRS 16 accounting standard.
“Trian believes that Ferguson is an attractive business that trades at a discount to comparable US peers,” said the US group, which is run by veteran activist investor Nelson Peltz
With German discounters Aldi and Lidl chipping away at its market share and Amazon marching onto the grocery scene, Tesco’s work is far from done.
Adding to mortgage market competition, analysts now expect pressure on deposit pricing and declining contributions from structural hedges
In the year to April just ended, Knights and announced a 50% rise in revenues to £52.4mln and doubled underlying profits of £9.7mln