Shops prices continued to fall in March, industry research showed on Wednesday, as embattled retailers discounted goods.
Wall Street stocks closed lower on Tuesday after the Dow Jones saw out the previous session at a fresh all-time high as elevated bond yields weighed on sentiment yet again.
US President Joe Biden is expected to take the spotlight at the end of the quarter as he lays out his case for a multi-trillion dollar package of infrastructure spending in a speech in Pittsburgh.
Japan’s Mitsubishi UFJ Financial Group warned on Tuesday of a potential loss of around $300m at its European subsidiary over an anonymous US client.
European shares held gains at lunchtime on Tuesday as investors shrugged off worries over the troubles at Archegos Capital and focused on the prospects of a post Covid pandemic economic recovery.
London stocks finished in positive territory on Tuesday, as investors looked past the Archegos Capital collapse.
Volvo announced on Tuesday it would be partnering with California-based Aurora Innovation to build self-driving heavy trucks.
Analysts at Canaccord Genuity initiated coverage on bioscience energy company Eqtec with a 'speculative buy' rating on Tuesday, highlighting its "next-generation" waste gasification technology.
Analysts at Barclays started coverage of ITM Power at 'Overweight' with an 800. 0p target price, arguing that the firm was likely to be near the forefront of many industries' and governments' decarbonisation strategies.
Learning Technologies said on Tuesday that non-executive director Leslie-Ann Reed had acquired 100,000 ordinary shares in the London-listed digital learning group.
Sustainable fuels technology company Velocys has jointly agreed to extend the current option agreement with British Airways for the ‘Altalto’ project, it announced on Tuesday, to 31 March 2022.
Microsoft said on Tuesday that it aims to place 50,000 people in high skilled tech jobs in a push through its professional networking site LinkedIn to boost the labour market and employees affected by the pandemic.
Wall Street stocks were in the red early on Tuesday after the Dow Jones saw out the previous session at a fresh all-time high as elevated bond yields weighed on sentiment yet again.
Liquid biopsy company Angle has completed the fitout and staffing of its clinical services laboratories in Guildford and Pennsylvania, it announced on Tuesday.
BioNTech has increased the production target for its Covid-19 vaccine, to 2. 5bn doses by the end of the year, it was confirmed on Tuesday.
London’s FTSE 250 was up 0. 3% at 21,506. 7 in afternoon trade on Tuesday.
London’s FTSE 100 was up 0. 2% at 6,746. 45 in afternoon trade on Tuesday.
PayPal has launched a new ‘Checkout with Crypto’ service that will allow consumers in the US to use cryptocurrencies to check out.
Fevertree slumped on Tuesday after RBC Capital Markets downgraded its stance on shares of the posh tonics maker to ‘sector perform’ from ‘outperform’ and slashed the price target from 2,600p.
Cambridge Cognition has won a £1. 3m contract as the cognitive assessment partner for a schizophrenia trial, it announced on Tuesday.
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