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Clive Watson, chief executive of the pub group, told the PA news agency that it has been ‘coming through the worst of it’ in recent weeks.
Fierce competition between banks is driving down mortgage interest rates, says the Financial Conduct Authority.
Shares in wind turbine maker Siemens Gamesa tumbled on Friday after it cut its financial outlook for the third time in nine months, dragging down the market value of its rivals as well as German parent Siemens Energy. Siemens Gamesa shares slumped as much as 16.2% to their lowest since July 2020, while Siemens Energy fell as much 17.4%, its biggest intraday loss ever, wiping out 4.6 billion euros ($5.2 billion) in market value between them. Profit margins at wind turbine makers have been squeezed by a surge in costs for vital materials such as steel, forcing companies such as Siemens Gamesa and Danish rival Vestas to increase their prices.
Most will end up paying an extra £3.50 a month – or £42 annually – on average for phone and broadband bills.
Influential British fund manager Terry Smith attacked Unilever's failed 50 billion pound ($68.2 billion) bid for GSK's Consumer Health assets as a "near death experience" and urged Unilever management to focus on strengthening performance. In a letter to investors of his Fundsmith vehicle, now the 13th biggest Unilever shareholder, Smith criticized Unilever for failing to openly communicate the benefits of the deal and its "penchant for corporate gobbledegook as substitute for effective action."
A years-long saga over tech firms transferring data from Europe to the US re-erupted on Thursday, days after Austrian officials slapped down Google for failing to respect EU privacy rules.
LONDON (Reuters) -Associated British Foods said on Thursday the lifting of COVID-19 restrictions in England had boosted prospects for its Primark clothing business after December sales were dented by the rapid spread of the Omicron coronavirus variant. The group said Omicron had interrupted an improving trend in Primark's customer numbers but it was now seeing a recovery in UK and Ireland footfall. "In the UK and Ireland I think we're looking at an improving consumer outlook," John Bason, AB Foods' finance chief, told Reuters, pointing to falling COVID-19 infection rates and the end of restrictions in England.
Privately owned Mercadona supermarket chain, Spain's largest retailer by revenue, will raise the wages of all employees by 6.5% to match the country's annual inflation rate last year, it said on Friday. Mercadona's move is in an effort to protect the purchasing power of its 93,000 employees, the company said in a news release. The lowest wage at the supermarket chain in 2022 will be 1,425 euros ($1,614.95) a month, 87 euros more than in 2021, the company said, and 440 euros more than the country's legal minimum wage.
Domestic politics did not hurt sentiment, although Prime Minister Boris Johnson was fighting to save his premiership amid a deepening revolt inside his party over a series of lockdown parties in Downing Street. "If anything, there is a risk of the BoE disappointing the market by acting less decisively" at its February meeting, Commerzbank analysts said, adding “a lot has already been priced in” in terms of future rate rises. “Unsurprisingly, political risk has not damaged GBP, where the focus remains squarely on whether the BoE hikes 25bp on February 3,” ING analysts said, adding they “continue to favour EUR/GBP drifting to the 0.8270/80 area.”
Electric vehicle (EV) battery startup Britishvolt has secured UK government backing for a battery plant in northern England, enabling 1.7 billion pounds ($2.31 billion) in private funding and boosting national efforts to build zero-emission cars. Logistics real estate investor Tritax and investment firm abrdn plc will provide the private funding for a 30 gigawatt-hour (GWh) plant in Blyth, Britishvolt said on Friday. The government will deliver its finances through its Automotive Transformation Fund.
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Wall Street stocks tumbled again Friday following a plunge in Netflix shares that sent the Nasdaq further into correction territory, spurring questions of just how far the market will fall.
European stock markets mainly fell Thursday with sentiment jarred by sliding shares on Wall Street, which was rocked by surging global inflation and the prospect of rising interest rates.
Euro zone consumer prices jumped at a record high pace in December, the EU's statistics agency confirmed on Thursday, boosted by a surge in energy prices and supply chain bottlenecks as the economy recovers from pandemic lockdowns. The European Union's statistics office Eurostat said consumer prices in the 19 countries sharing the euro rose 0.4% month-on-moth in December for a 5.0% year-on-year jump, the same as the initial estimate published on Jan 7. Without the volatile energy and food prices, or what the European Central Bank calls core inflation, prices went up 0.4% month-on-month and 2.7% year-on-year.
Activision Blizzard employees form first of its kind Game Workers Alliance Union. The announcement, in an industry where unions are rare, came on the heels of Microsoft’s acquisition of the company
Commerzbank on Friday said its fourth-quarter earnings would be impacted by provisions made at its Polish mBank subsidiary but that it would still post a net profit for the full year. The German lender said mBank had made provisions regarding the foreign currency indexed loan agreements in the amount of 2.006 billion zloty ($504 million), adding that its fourth-quarter results would be impacted by a corresponding amount. The additional sum, which translates to around 436 million euros, brings provisions for Germany's No. 2 bank to around 600 million euros.
Czech businessman Karel Komarek's European lottery group Allwyn Entertainment will list on the New York Stock Exchange in combination with blank check acquisition company Cohn Robbins Holdings Corp, the companies said on Friday. The transaction will put the combined firm's enterprise value at approximately $9.3 billion, they said in a statement. Allwyn, known as Sazka Entertainment until last year, operates lotteries in the Czech Republic, Italy, Austria, Greece and Cyprus.
Facebook’s second life: the unstoppable rise of the tech company in Africa. Western users may be logging off, but across the continent of Africa, the social media company is indispensable for everything from running a business to sourcing vaccines. How has it become so inescapable?
Primark to cut 400 managers to offset rising costs. Move to simplify management structure comes despite significant bounce in sales