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EXTRA: Bellway Outlook Positive On Profit Rise, Ups Total Dividend
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Fledgling divisions such as Coventry and County Durham showed growth, with "significant" capacity for further volume and profit growth going forward. Bellway said London has made a "meaningful" contribution, representing 10% of all completions and 14% ...

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10/17/2017 01:48 PM

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Bellway confident of further growth as profits top £560m
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Strong appetite for newly built homes has helped Bellway deliver a forecast-beating set of final results. The FTSE 250-listed housebuilder achieved an 11% rise in completions to deliver a record 9,644 homes this year. This lifted revenue ... It will ...

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10/17/2017 11:28 AM

Black Monday Memories: John Spiers on being the 'last man standing'
Over the next few weeks, the FTSE fell by more than 35% from its previous peak. This wasn't good for the prospects of my fledgling business. For me, the big lesson is not to worry about matters that you cannot affect. Some of my competitors seemed to ...

10/16/2017 11:38 AM

Monday Papers: May urges Merkel to end stand-off over Brexit
The Daily Telegraph: One in five FTSE 100-defined benefit pension schemes would be at risk of failure if Britain entered another economic downturn, research reveals. Financial Times: Uber's fast-growing food delivery service accounted for nearly a ...

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10/16/2017 04:16 AM

Starbucks South Africa Rollout Plan Curbed by Funding Needs
The stock fell 3.2 percent to 90 rand by the close in Johannesburg, extending the year's slump to 52 percent this year. That compares with a 5 percent drop in the 120-member FTSE/JSE Africa Fledgling Index index. Before it's here, it's on the Bloomberg ...

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10/12/2017 05:12 PM

UK Pound Tumbles as EU Says Brexit Negotiations 'Deadlocked'
The FTSE 100, however, revered earlier losses and rose 0.2% to 7,546 points, just shy of a three-month high, as investors price-in the impact of a weaker sterling on companies within the benchmark that earn their revenues outside of the United Kingdom.

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10/12/2017 11:59 AM