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The food delivery giant's share price rose 2.4% as it reported as 36% rise in gross value of Q4 orders.
Most will end up paying an extra £3.50 a month – or £42 annually – on average for phone and broadband bills.
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Marks & Spencer has written to Boris Johnson urging him to use new technology to end physical border checks in Northern Ireland.
Burberry’s shares have managed a gain of just 1% over the last year, as compared to a hike of almost 13% for the wider FTSE100.
PRAGUE (Reuters) -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.
Self-taught, Philippa Craddock was chosen to design and create wedding flowers at Harry and Meghan's wedding.
House builder Crest Nicholson has set aside £28.8 million to cover the potential cost of fire safety work on its past developments. The company disclosed the provisions in its final results, published today. Provision costs rose from just £600,000 a year earlier and take the total set aside by the company to cover work on “combustible materials” to £42.6 million.
Shares in the company were up about 6% on Wednesday morning.
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.
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.”
The Rolls-Royce (LON: RR) share price looks steady so far in 2022. But will we finally see a return to full strength this year? The post Will the Rolls-Royce share price skyrocket in 2022? appeared first on The Motley Fool UK.
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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?
Fierce competition between banks is driving down mortgage interest rates, says the Financial Conduct Authority.
With many more customers now opting for online fashion shopping instead of the high street, Andrew Woods investigates whether ASOS or boohoo is a better growth stock for his portfolio. The post ASOS or boohoo – which is a better growth stock? appeared first on The Motley Fool UK.
The fast fashion chain has launched a consultation with staff as part of plans to simplify its UK retail management structure.
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.
From a legal perspective it is a step that comes with an element of risk which will need to be fully considered before making any final decisions. For those businesses with formal contractual company sick pay schemes (as opposed to discretionary sick pay schemes), or arrangements where in reality full company sick pay is always paid, there will be a risk of breaching a worker’s contractual rights.
Calls for one-off cash payments for people hit by UK energy bills crisis. Thinktank says Rishi Sunak should support millions through £8.5bn programme of ‘helicopter money’