Pendragon shares slumped as much as 26% on Wednesday after the British car dealer warned of a pretax loss this year, blaming weak demand for both new and used cars.
Real estate agent Foxtons Group Plc announced the departure of Chief Financial Officer Mark Berry on Monday as it said UK property sales were running at record lows due to the impact of Brexit on consumer confidence.
May 20 Real estate agent Foxtons Group Plc
announced the departure of Chief Financial Officer Mark
Berry on Monday as it said UK property sales were running at
record lows due to the impact of Brexit on consumer confidence.
The head of Britain's National Grid criticised the opposition Labour Party's plans to renationalise energy networks, saying it would increase costs for consumers and could prompt legal challenges, as the firm's profit fell slightly.
Renishaw Plc on Tuesday cut its annual profit forecast for the second time in less than two months, as customer demand remained weak, sending shares in the British engineering group to a two-year low.
Britain and Ireland's largest trade union, Unite, said on Thursday a former female employee of Royal Bank of Scotland won an equal pay case against the state-backed bank, and warned that more such claims could follow.
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Indivior Plc's best selling drug is losing market share slower than some analysts had predicted and its new drug is performing on target, lifting shares in the company despite its forecast of a possible loss this year.
Smith & Nephew nudged up its annual revenue growth forecast on Thursday after the medical products maker reported its best quarter in more than three years on increased demand from newer markets, sending its shares up 3.5 percent.
GlaxoSmithKline forecast on Wednesday that 2019 sales of its shingles vaccine would be more than £1 billion but the British drugmaker's shares slipped on concerns about its pharmaceutical business and free cash flow.