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Jefferies reiterated its ‘buy’ rating on Babcock on Tuesday and lifted the price target to 460p from 450p as it assumed coverage of the shares and took the opportunity "to revisit the case and provide an update on the Type 31 situation".
The board of the scandal-hit Confederation of British Industry has reportedly drafted in lawyers to prepare for a prospective insolvency filing ahead of a crunch vote by thousands of its members next week.
US stock futures pointed to a positive open on Tuesday amid cautious optimism that a debt default will be avoided after lawmakers agreed a tentative deal over the weekend.
European stock markets crept above the flatline on Tuesday, as investors stayed cautious on the US debt ceiling deal struck over the weekend.
London stocks were still in the red by midday on Tuesday amid continued uncertainty over whether a US debt default will be averted, and as data showed that shop price inflation in the UK edged higher in May.
RHI Magnesita surged on Tuesday after Ignite Luxembourg Holdings, which is indirectly managed by Rhone Holdings, offered to buy a 20% stake in the company at 2,850p per share in cash.
Hollywood Bowl posted a jump in interim profits on Tuesday amid record revenue, as it said its Canadian business was performing ahead of expectations.
Berenberg lifted its price target on Hollywood Bowl on Tuesday to 370p from 360p following an "impressive" set of interim results.
Asia-Pacific equity markets delivered mixed results at the close of Tuesday's trading, as investors keenly followed the unfolding negotiations in the United States over the debt ceiling.
Hochschild Mining said on Tuesday that Ignacio Bustamante plans to step down as chief executive officer on 26 August to relocate to London and assume a new role at another company.
RBC Capital Markets downgraded shares of iconic bootmaker Dr Martens on Tuesday to ‘sector perform’ from ‘outperform’ and slashed the price target to 180p from 230p as it said FY24 guidance may prove too optimistic.
Asda Group said on Tuesday that it has agreed to buy petrol station operator EG Group’s UK and Ireland operations in a £2. 27bn deal.
European stock markets opened slightly lower Tuesday, as investors stayed cautious on the US debt ceiling deal struck over the weekend.
London stocks fell in early trade on Tuesday amid continued uncertainty over whether a US debt default will be averted, and as data showed that shop price inflation edged higher in May.
Insurer Hiscox said on Tuesday that Jonathan Bloomer has been appointed as chair designate, succeeding Robert Childs, who will retire on 1 July.
London open The FTSE 100 is expected to open eight points higher on Tuesday, having closed up 0. 74% at 7,627,20 before the long weekend on Friday.
Unilever announced on Tuesday that chief financial officer Graeme Pitkethly plans to retire by the end of May 2024.
London stocks were set for a muted open on Tuesday as traders return to their desks after the long weekend, amid hopes of a US debt deal.
More prospective house sellers are returning to the UK’s property market, pushing agreed home sales to their highest point of the year in May, according to Zoopla, although it warned that the rebound in activity could be knocked by rising mortgage rates. House prices have fallen by 1. 3% nationally over the past six months, the property website found, but the speed of price falls has been decreasing as buyer confidence slowly improves. – Guardian.
Shop price inflation nudged higher in May, industry data showed on Tuesday, despite some food price rises starting to slow.