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Superdry's 30% sales fall sends shares lower

4:32pm IST

Superdry on Monday reported a 30.3% fall in sales for the seven weeks to Sept. 12, sending prices in the British fashion retailer sharply lower after peers performed better.

UPDATE 2-Superdry's 30% sales fall sends shares lower

4:02pm IST

* Online sales strong, with 55.3% growth to Sept. 12 (Rewrites, adds new CEO comment, shares)

EU agency recommends AstraZeneca-Merck drug Lynparza for two cancers

1:51pm IST

The European Medicines Agency (EMA) has recommended approval for Lynparza in patients with a form of prostate cancer and as a first-line maintenance treatment for a form of advanced ovarian cancer, the British drugmaker AstraZeneca said on Monday.

EU regulator backs dexamethasone as COVID-19 treatment

18 Sep 2020

Europe's healthcare regulator has endorsed using dexamethasone to treat COVID-19 patients with breathing difficulties, paving the way for the steroid to become the region's second approved treatment for the respiratory illness.

British builders Galliford and Redrow to resume dividends

16 Sep 2020

Construction groups Galliford Try and Redrow on Wednesday pledged to resume shareholder payouts in fiscal 2021 as construction demand picked up following the lifting of coronavirus lockdowns.

WRAPUP 1-British builders Galliford and Redrow to resume dividends

16 Sep 2020

Sept 16 Construction groups Galliford Try and Redrow on Wednesday pledged to resume shareholder payouts in fiscal 2021 as construction demand picked up following the lifting of coronavirus lockdowns.

Insurer Aviva sells Singapore unit as new CEO shifts focus

11 Sep 2020

Life and general insurer Aviva is offloading its Singapore business to a consortium led by Singapore Life, for S$2.7 billion ($1.98 billion), as the London-listed firm sharpens its focus on Britain, Ireland and Canada.

Engineering group Meggitt axes dividend as profit slumps

08 Sep 2020

British engineering company Meggitt cancelled its interim dividend on Tuesday as it posted a 37% drop in first-half profit after the coronavirus crisis hit its business supplying parts to aerospace manufacturers.

CVC has no plans to launch Capita takeover bid: source

03 Sep 2020

LONDON CVC Capital Partners has no plans to launch a takeover bid for British outsourcer Capita and is only looking at specific units the company is hiving off, a source with knowledge of the matter told Reuters.

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