David Burrows

For more than 25-years, Dave has written for a wide range of newspapers and broadcasters including The Times, The Financial Times, The Independent, The Wall Street Journal, Reuters and Sky News. Previously nominated as National Financial Media Journalist of the Year, Dave specialises in investment features and business profiles.

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Unisys posts loss for the year despite stronger contract signings

Unisys Corporation, the US-based IT specialist, has reported total revenue of $747m for the year, representing growth of 3.5% year-on-year.

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Smith & Nephew bullish as revenues rise

Smith & Nephew, the medical equipment specialist reports group revenue for full year 2017 of $4,765m, an increase of 3% on an underlying basis, in line with guidance

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Nanoco sees share price soar after signing US supply deal

Nanoco Group saw its share price soar over 43% in early morning trading to 34.0 after announcing it had signed a Material Development and Supply Agreement with a large, undisclosed US listed-corporation.

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AA share price shows signs of recovery after torrid time

After a pretty tough time of late, the AA provided a decent recovery after a relatively upbeat trading update.

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Bellway boosted by healthy prices and volumes

Housebuilder Bellway Housing reports an increase in revenue of 14% to around £1.3bn for the six months to end of January 2018.

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Thomas Cook points to improved first quarter

Travel giant Thomas Cook has reported a Group revenue increase of 7% to £1,749m in the first quarter, with more customers and higher pricing in both its tour operating and airline businesses.

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Is another rate rise before summer on the cards?

The Bank of England is expected to report today that in light of the UK economy growing faster than anticipated in the run up to Brexit, another interest rate rise could be on its way this year.

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Redrow reports strong numbers and healthy order book

Redrow has delivered record results, for the first half of the financial year, with legal completions increasing by 14% to 2,811 and pre-tax profits up 26% to £176m.

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Wesfarmers warns of job cuts and store closures at Homebase

Wesfarmers, the Australian owner of DIY chain Homebase, has seen its share price drop almost 5% following news that 2,000 Homebase staff could be axed and up to 40 UK stores shut.

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New UK boss for Tesco as Booker merger nears completion

Tesco has announced that upon completion of the merger with Booker Group, Charles Wilson will be appointed as CEO of Tesco's retail and wholesale operations in the UK and Republic of Ireland.

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Trinity Mirror insists Express deal not imminent

Trinity Mirror has played down speculation that a deal to acquire certain assets of Northern & Shell is imminent.

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Ryanair announces share buyback and forecasts fare pressures

Ryanair has announced a €750m share buyback and sought to reassure shareholders that it’s equipped to remain Europe’s biggest low-cost airline despite being forced to increase wage bills.

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Lloyds imposes Bitcoin ban over debt concerns

Lloyds Banking Group has banned credit card customers from buying Bitcoin over concerns that they could be left in debt as the cryptocurrency’s value falls.

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AriseCoin founder hits back in crypto fraud case

Jared Rice, the CEO of AriseBank, has hit back at regulators who last week blocked his $600m initial coin offering.

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Mecca Bingo fails to hit the right numbers for Rank

Rank Group, which owns Mecca Bingo and Grosvenor Casinos, saw pre-tax profit fall 7% to £32.8m for the half-year to end of December 2017.

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