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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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Impact investing
Everything you ever wanted to know about impact investing

Impact investing involves individual targeting of investment cash and often personal involvement in the businesses backed. You invest to make a difference.

David Burrows
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Ultra Electronics bags UK contracts worth £26m

Ultra Electronics’ Communication & Integrated Systems (CIS) business, based in London, has been awarded a UK contract valued at £16.6m to support the provision of advanced surveillance capability until 2019.

David Burrows
Patisserie Holdings
Sweeter results for Patisserie Holdings in 2017

Patisserie Holdings’ preliminary results for the 12 months to end of September, show revenue up 9.7% to £114.2m and online sales up 26% to £4.8m (2016: £3.8m

David Burrows
Budget
Could equities be the winner from the November 2017 Budget?

UK fund managers pick out some of the potential winners from the Chancellor’s November Budget.

David Burrows
Cineworld
Expansion plan proves just the ticket for Cineworld

Cineworld, the global cinema chain, has benefitted from improved admission numbers in UK, Ireland and the Rest of the World compared to the same period (January to November) in the previous year.

David Burrows
Severn Trent benefits from greater operational efficiency

Severn Trent results for the half year show group turnover up 3.7% to £850.4m, (up £30.4m) and group underlying profit before interest and tax (PBIT) up 4.4% at £287.8m. However, group reported PBIT was marginally down (0.2%) at £296.1m.

David Burrows
Majestic Wine
Improved numbers from Majestic as Naked Wines shows a profit

Majestic Wine, the UK national wine merchant, reports that its half-year adjusted pre-tax profit rose to £6.8m.

David Burrows
Car plant
UK car output up due to strong overseas demand

UK car production rose by an annual 3.5% in October as an increase in overseas demand outweighed a decline from domestic buyers, the latest figures from the Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders (SMMT) show.

David Burrows
UK building site
Housebuilder shares slide as Hammond announces land bank probe

The Budget was not overly kind to the UK’s biggest housebuilders as the Chancellor made clear he would look to reduce their level of influence.

David Burrows
Melrose
Rising costs and weaker order book sends Melrose shares down

Melrose Industries’ half-year trading statement reiterates the tough climate the company is currently operating in.

David Burrows
Oil rig
Serica to acquire stakes in BP North Sea fields

Serica Energy is to acquire BP's interests in the Bruce, Keith and Rhum (BKR) fields in the North Sea and associated infrastructure.

David Burrows
FRC
FRC launches investigation into Mitie accounts

Britain’s accounting watchdog has launched a fresh investigation into Mitie’s financial statements for 2016.

David Burrows
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‘William Hill a higher risk stock but still a buy’

It has been a mixed response from the City to William Hill latest trading update. The bookmaker reassured investors it was on track to deliver full year expectations as revenues were boosted by online and US businesses.

David Burrows
Xaar
Xaar revises down revenue forecast for second half

Xaar, the industrial inkjet technology specialist, has revised its revenue growth forecasts for the second half.

David Burrows
Mitie
Mitie claims it is back on track after stronger half year

Mitie claims it is back on track after revealing improved numbers for the half year to end of September 2017.

David Burrows

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