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Financials
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Market Cap £537.1m
Enterprise Value £536.9m
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Position in Universe 3262nd / 7157

PRESS DIGEST-British Business - July 30

Fri 30th July, 2021 1:09am
July 30 (Reuters) - The following are the top stories on the
business pages of British newspapers. Reuters has not verified
these stories and does not vouch for their accuracy. 
    
    
    The Times
    - Amazon.com Inc  AMZN.O  signalled last night that its
breakneck growth will slow over the coming months as people
emerge from pandemic restrictions. https://bit.ly/37b3BnQ
    
    - Sales of AstraZeneca Plc's  AZN.L  COVID-19 vaccine have
risen above $1 billion this year, putting the jab among the
London-listed company's biggest-selling products. https://bit.ly/37aYGn8

    
    
    The Guardian
    - Royal Dutch Shell Plc  RDSa.L  has no plans to change its
strategy despite a landmark Netherlands court ruling calling for
the company to make a 45% cut to its carbon emissions by the end
of the decade, according to the oil giant's chief executive
officer Ben van Beurden. https://bit.ly/2VnhhJG

    - Lloyds Banking Group Plc  LLOY.L  has swung back to profit
and reinstated dividend payments, after receding COVID-19 risks
helped improve the UK's economic outlook. https://bit.ly/2VdCgPf

    
        
    The Telegraph
    - GB News is searching for a new chief of staff to help
mastermind a comeback from sliding ratings and the departure of
its programming head. https://bit.ly/379Hazy
    
    - M&G, one of the major WM Morrison Supermarkets Plc  MRW.L 
 shareholder has spoken out against the 9.5 billion pounds 
($13.26 billion) takeover bid for the supermarket by the U.S.
private equity firm Fortress, as doubts grow over the deal. https://bit.ly/3rIO9c5

    
        
    Sky News
    - Streaming platform Peacock, which is the home to NBC shows
and Universal films in the United States, will roll out later
this year to almost 20 million Sky and NOW customers in the UK
at no additional cost. https://bit.ly/3yhoZUr

    - Paulson & Co, an investment fund, is ploughing 15 million
pounds into Snoop, the money-saving app founded by Dame
Jayne-Anne Gadhia, the former Virgin Money chief. https://bit.ly/2VhgzOf

    
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