FULL LIST OF STORIES
03 Nov
UK development minister in storm over 'undisclosed' Israel meetings
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UK International Development Secretary Priti Patel found herself at the centre of a storm on Friday over undisclosed meetings in Israel while on holiday in August.

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03 Nov
SocGen Q3 misses estimates; increases legal provisions
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The cost of legal disputes hit French bank Societe Generale on Friday as it released third quarter results that missed estimates.

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03 Nov
Mobile billing firm Boku plans AIM listing by Nov 20
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Electronic mobile billing systems outfit Boku revealed plans to list on London's AIM market.

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03 Nov
Centrica buys Europe's REstore for £62m
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Centrica said it has bought European demand response aggregator REstore, for €70m (£62m) in cash.

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05 Oct
BoE's Woods warns Brexit transition deal needs to happen by Christmas
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Banks would start to move out of the UK if a Brexit transition deal was not agreed by Christmas, a Bank of England deputy governor warned.

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05 Oct
UK's Clark says energy price cap could start this winter
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UK energy prices could be capped this winter with regulator Ofgem receiving legal backing from parliament, said Business Secretary Greg Clark.

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05 Oct
May authority eroded further after car crash conference speech
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Conservative MPs were reportedly taking soundings on whether they had the numbers to unseat Theresa May as leader after her car-crash conference speech on Wednesday.

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05 Oct
Balfour Beatty to sell US unit for £42m
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Balfour Beatty said it was selling its US unit Heery to CBRE Group for $57m (£42m) to allow it to expand operations in the region.

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05 Oct
Aviva to buy majority stake in low cost provider Wealthify
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Aviva said it had agreed to buy a majority shareholding in low cost investment service Wealthify Group for an undisclosed sum.

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29 Sep
Tory MPs join cross-party call for May to deliver on price cap pledge
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Embattled UK Prime Minister Theresa May is under pressure to fulfil her election pledge to cut energy prices for poorer households as more than 190 MPs demand she take action.

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29 Sep
3i Infra sees portfolio in lines with expectations
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3i Infrastructure said its portfolio continued to perform in line with expectations as it reported first half income of £47. 5m.

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29 Sep
BoE's Carney sees interest rate rise in 'relative near term'
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UK interest rates could rise in the "relatively near term", said Bank of England Governor Mark Carney.

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29 Sep
Europe open: Markets extend gains as investors take cues from Asia, US

European shares opened higher on Friday as investors followed the positive sentiment in Asia and the US.

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29 Sep
Aviva sells share in Italy JV for £233m
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Aviva said it has agreed to sell its stake in Italian joint venture Avipop Assicurazioni to Banco BPM for a consideration of €265m (£233m) in cash.

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29 Sep
Beazley estimates $150m hit from Atlantic hurricanes, Mexico earthquakes
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Insurer Beazley said early estimates of the net cost of Atlantic hurricanes Harvey, Irma and Maria and earthquakes in Mexico was $175m - $275m (£130m - £205m) and would cut 2017 earnings by about $150m.

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28 Sep
UK's TUC, CBI make joint call on Brexit citizenship deal
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The UK's main business and trade union groups made a rare joint statement on Thursday, calling for “urgent” action guaranteeing citizens' rights after Britain leaves the EU in march 2019.

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28 Sep
Barnier warns of Brexit stalemate unless financial deal agreed
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Brexit talks could still be deadlocked in months unless there was an agreement on the final settlement bill, said the EU's chief negotiator Michel Barnier on Thursday.

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28 Sep
Europe midday: Stocks marginally higher as eurozone economic sentiment rises

European stocks were marginally higher on Thursday as investors digested US President Donald Trump's latest tax plans and growing signs that the eurozone recovery may be gathering pace.

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28 Sep
Imperial Brands in talks on Palmer & Harvey rescue; sees FY in line
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Cigarette firm Imperial Brands on Thursday confirmed it was in talks to help rescue UK tobacco supplier Palmer & Harvey as it said it expected to deliver strong growth in full year revenues and earnings at actual currency rates.

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28 Sep
Airport passenger growth lifts SSP Group revenues
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Global food travel operator SSP Group said it expected full-year revenue to increase 11. 4% after a rise in fourth quarter passenger numbers at airports.

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