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Competition authority finds ‘fundamental concerns’ in the UK housebuilding market

No-one could accuse the CMA (Competition and Markets Authority) of sitting on its hands, least of all this year.As well as investigating several high-profile mergers ? including this month alone Aviva (AV.)/AIG Life, SpreadEx/Sporting Image, RedBird IMI/Telegraph Media Group, Pharmacy2U/Lloyds Direct and Hitachi/Thales ? the regulator has been busy looking into pricing in the funeral market (again

As conflict rages in the Middle East and Ukraine - understand the dynamics of the defence sector

Conflict is always an unhappy subject, but it remains an area of real focus across the globe. Cross-border collisions of ideology, hegemony, raw materials, and even survival, mean national budgets reach astronomical levels, especially in the US, by far the world's largest military spender.In 2022, global military budgets hit an all-time high of $2.2 trillion, according to data released by the Stoc

Stocks to watch over the next 7 days: Admiral, Ashtead, Brown-Forman and Crowdstrike

AdmiralInvestors are hoping the insurer doesn't deliver the scale of bad news served up by Direct LineOver the past year, a nasty profit warning by Direct Line (DLG), the cancellation of its dividend and suspension of a share buyback programme have put the shivers into anyone holding shares in the general insurance sector. The company was hit by a rise in claims and an increase in costs associated

Russia-linked stocks under pressure; Oxford Instruments surges 30% on takeover offer

It was a mixed day for London stocks on Monday, as several blue chips with links to Russia remain as pariahs in the ongoing Ukraine invasion, while the FTSE 250 rose on M&A activity featuring Oxford Investments and Spectris.Elsewhere, the prospect of chunkier government defence spending lifted the likes of BAE Systems in London and Thales over in Paris.The FTSE 100 index closed down 31.21 points,

FTSE closes to its biggest loss since financial crisis as recovery rally runs out of steam

London stock markets chalked-up the worst weekly performance since the 2008 financial crisis despite clawing back a fraction of lost territory in Friday trading as earlier strength flagged.The benchmark FTSE 100 index closed 2.5% up at 5,366.11 on Friday, cementing a near 18% weekly loss, the biggest since a 21% drop in October 2008. That slump made it the third week running of heavy declines as f

UK markets fail to hold on to rally after week of bloodletting, IAG remains under pressure

UK markets staged a firm rally in early trading on Monday, following Asian markets higher and clawing back some of the heavy losses chalked-up last week.At 9am, the benchmark FTSE 100 index was up close on 2.7% at 6,756.35, while the mid cap FTSE 250 is also around 2.5% higher at 19,803.06.However, by midday those gains had been entirely wiped out with the FTSE 100 dipping 0.5% to 6,546.61. The FT
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