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AstraZeneca promises a return to growth

Embattled drugs giant AstraZeneca said it will return to sales growth sooner than the market had expected, implying that revenue forecasts are around 15% too low.

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Morrison soars on property sale hopes

The FTSE 100 rose on Monday, with recent loser Wm Morrison jumping to the top of the leader board on hopes it could unlock value from its property.

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Debenhams: Investors cautious on Ashley plan

This morning Mike Ashley's Sports direct unveiled the surprise purchase of a 4.63% stake in Debenhams, costing about £50m.

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Tullow soars on Statoil bid talk

The FTSE 100 rose sharply on Friday, despite some downbeat jobs data from the US.

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Peper Harrow Point to Point Saturday 11th May

Always a great event for mingling with clients and their families, networking with agents and having a bet on the horses!

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The 27th annual Women in Wales charity luncheon

Gail De’Claire from the Cardiff office of Charles Stanley recently attended the 2019 Women in Wales charity luncheon

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Video: Next Week in the Market 13th - 17th Jan 2014

Next week's reporting highlights include Aberdeen Asset Management, Associated British Foods and Tullow Oil.

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Morrison and Tesco sees Christmas slump

The FTSE 100 traded flat following a gloomy trading statement from Tesco, with Wm Morrison issuing a profit warning. M&S rallied despite weak clothes sales.

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Food saves Marks & Spencer’s Christmas

Clothing sales at high street stalwart Marks & Spencer (M&S) have fallen for a third year in a row, as the group slashed prices in the run up to Christmas, but food sales were strong.

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Banks and airlines buck retail gloom

The FTSE 100 moved off a two-month high on Wednesday, as a better-than-expected trading update from supermarket J Sainsbury failed to impress

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Sainsbury’s growth slowdown reflects the sector’s woes

Christmas trading at J Sainsbury was better than the market had expected, but the figures still represented a significant slowdown in growth from the previous three months.

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Supermarkets hit by Aldi and Lidl

Discount grocers Aldi and Lidl said they both enjoyed record trading at Christmas, putting pressure on major supermarkets

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Miners slump as RSA Insurance soars

Marks & Spencer shares slid as worries mounted over the group’s Christmas trading update l and RSA shares soared following reports that no further write downs were expected at its Irish business.

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2014 could be another bumper dividend year

Research published by data analysis group Markit indicated that dividends from UK blue-chip and mid-cap companies were expected to increase 4.5% in 2014 to £72.4bn.

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