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EXCLUSIVE: Aminex CEO says 'Institutions are delighted' with Zubair farm-out terms Watch Here

EXCLUSIVE: Aminex CEO says 'Institutions are delighted' with Zubair farm-out terms
EXCLUSIVE: InfraStrata continue to negotiate with major gas companies and institutional investors


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[19 Jul '18 08:19]

Hilton Food says H1 performance in line with expectations

(Sharecast News) - International food packing firm Hilton Food on Thursday said first-half trading was in line with expectations.
[19 Jul '18 08:01]

Capita awarded ?30m contract by Southern Water

(Sharecast News) - Capita has been awarded a ?30m, five-year contract by Southern Water that will see the outsourcer become its new customer services managed service provider.
[19 Jul '18 07:49]

Moneysupermarket interim profit up 5%, to launch new mortgage business

(Sharecast News) - Price comparison website Moneysupermarket posted a rise in interim profit and revenue on Thursday as it announced plans for a new mortgage business.
[19 Jul '18 07:38]

London pre-open: Stocks seen muted as investors eye retail sales

(Sharecast News) - London stocks were set for a muted open on Thursday as the pound steadied, with all eyes on the latest retail sales data.
[19 Jul '18 07:37]

Anglo American Q2 total production up 6%

(Sharecast News) - Anglo American on Thursday reported a 6% year on year rise in total second quarter output on a copper equivalent basis, excluding disruption after a leak at its Brazilian Minas-Rio iron ore project.
[19 Jul '18 07:34]

Euromoney continues in line after sale of GMID

(Sharecast News) - Business information and events group Euromoney Institutional Investor updated the market on its trading for the period from 1 April to 19 July on Thursday, reporting that since its interim results on 17 May, trading had continued in line with the board's expectations.
[19 Jul '18 07:24]

Thursday newspaper round-up: Theresa May, Brexit, Novichok, Donald Trump, Burberry, TalkTalk

(Sharecast News) - Theresa May will go on a tour of Britain this summer in an attempt to convince sceptical Tory members to back her plan for Brexit. The scale of unrest among grassroots Conservatives emerged yesterday as Boris Johnson used a resignation speech to galvanise the party's membership against the prime minister's Chequers plan. - The Times
[19 Jul '18 07:23]

Unilever sales hit by Brazil truckers strike but margins improve

(Sharecast News) - Unilever's underlying sales growth slowed more than expected in the second quarter due to the impact of a truckers' strike in Brazil but the company improved profit margins and remained confident of hitting full year targets.
[19 Jul '18 07:08]

UK warm weather, higher costs to SSE Q1

(Sharecast News) - SSE said first quarter operating profits would take an ?80m hit due to Britain's hot summer and "persistently high gas prices" combining to cut renewable output, customers using less energy and increased costs.
[19 Jul '18 07:04]



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