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Begbies Traynor acquires Newcastle-based insolvency outfit

(Sharecast News) - Financial advisory Begbies Traynor has acquired Newcastle-based insolvency practice KRE for a maximum consideration of 600,000.
[14 Feb '19 09:01]

Barclays fixes online banking glitch

(Sharecast News) - Barclays said on Thursday that its customers were experiencing problems logging into mobile, telephone and digital banking in the latest in a series of online bank failures for British high street lenders.
[14 Feb '19 08:42]

Restaurant Group rocked by shock CEO departure

(Sharecast News) - Shares in Restaurant Group tumbled on Thursday as the company said chief executive officer Andy McCue is leaving due to "extenuating personal circumstances".
[14 Feb '19 08:27]

Augean wins slew of renewals and new customers

(Sharecast News) - Augean on Thursday said it had renewed contracts, with terms of up to four years, with certain of its "strategically important" customers in Energy from Waste (EfW) and North Sea oil and industrial services.
[14 Feb '19 08:27]

Coca-Cola HBC achieves another year of currency-neutral growth

(Sharecast News) - Coca-Cola HBC issued its financial results for the full year ended 31 December on Thursday, claiming its second year of foreign exchange-neutral revenue growth above its 4%-to-5% target range, with continued good progress towards its 2020 margin targets.
[14 Feb '19 08:26]

London open: Stocks edge up as Micro Focus, AstraZeneca rally

(Sharecast News) - London stocks edged higher in early trade on Thursday, helped along by some well-received results from the likes of Micro Focus and AstraZeneca.
[14 Feb '19 08:14]

SimiGon narrows losses in 'successful' year

(Sharecast News) - Training solutions outfit SimiGon expects to have narrowed losses in its recently wrapped up trading year.
[14 Feb '19 08:13]

Ashmore revenue and AuM rise but profit drops in first half

(Sharecast News) - FTSE 250 emerging markets asset manager Ashmore reported a rise in first-half assets under management and revenue on Thursday but a drop in profit as it hailed a positive start to 2019.
[14 Feb '19 08:12]

Moneysupermarket revenues rise, chairman standing down

(Sharecast News) - posted a jump in full-year revenue and operating profit on Thursday as it announced that chairman Bruce Carnegie-Brown is stepping down.
[14 Feb '19 07:49]

Thursday newspaper round-up: Nissan, Airbus, Utilitywise, Apple

(Sharecast News) - Labour has accused the business secretary, Greg Clark, of misleading MPs by failing to tell parliament that a 61m package of state aid had been granted to Nissan, despite assuring the Commons that he would do so. Rebecca Long-Bailey, the shadow business secretary, said that as a result the cabinet minister had "dodged scrutiny" over the promises he had made to Nissan in October 2016 to boost manufacturing in Sunderland after Brexit. - Guardian
[14 Feb '19 07:48]

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