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$397.96 3.1  0.8%

Last Trade - 19/04/21

Consumer Cyclicals
Large Cap
Market Cap £11.04bn
Enterprise Value £13.79bn
Revenue £2.94bn
Position in Universe 720th / 6849

UPDATE 1-UK Stocks-Factors to watch on Jan 26

Tue 26th January, 2021 7:53am
(Adds futures, news items)
    Jan 26 (Reuters) - Britain's FTSE 100  .FTSE  index is seen opening 8 points
higher at 6,647 on Tuesday, according to financial bookmakers, with futures
 .FFIc1  up 0.07% ahead of cash market open.
    * ROLLS-ROYCE: Rolls-Royce  RR.L  downgraded expectations for how much its
engines would fly this year and warned of a big cash outflow due to travel
restrictions under the COVID-19 pandemic.*:nL8N2K11BO
    * SAGA: Saga  SAGA.L  reported total cruise bookings of 140 million pounds 
($190.54 million), as it prepares to restart sailing in May after more than a
year of suspension due to the COVID-19 crisis.*:nL4N2K11DD
    * PZ CUSSONS: PZ Cussons  PZC.L  reported higher first-half adjusted pretax
profit from a pandemic-led demand for handwash and sanitisers.*:nL4N2K11L5
    * JD SPORTS: JD Sports Fashion Plc  JD.L  confirmed it was exploring
additional funding options which may involve a non-equity placing, as it looks
to increase its flexibility to invest in future strategic
    * MOONPIG: Moonpig Group plans to raise up to 422 million pounds from an
initial public offering its bookrunner said, in a deal that would value it at as
much as 1.2 billion pounds.*:nL8N2K11EC
    * DP EURASIA: DP Eurasia  DPEU.L , said its overall sales in 2020 rose by
14.6% as COVID-19 boosted shift to home delivery.*:nL1N2K10EG
    * AG BARR: A.G. Barr  BAG.L  said it expects annual pretax profit to be
ahead of market estimates.*:nL4N2K11CM
    * REFINITIV: Refinitiv CEO David Craig said the COVID-19 pandemic had shown
how fragile and complacent the world was so leaders should challenge their
thinking in a volatile world.*:nS8N2J401K
    * UNEMPLOYMENT: Britain's unemployment rate rose to 5.0%, in the three
months to Nov as the COVID-19 pandemic continued to take its toll on the
    * GOLD: Gold inched higher as expectations that a large U.S. stimulus
package would be passed eventually boosted the metal's appeal as a hedge against
    * OIL: Oil prices fell as fading hopes for a rapid approval of new U.S.
economic stimulus and mounting new coronavirus cases raised questions over the
pace of any recovery in demand.*:nL1N2K107G
    * The UK blue-chip index  .FTSE  closed 0.8% lower on Monday with travel
stocks leading the declines, as rising coronavirus infections and extended
lockdowns raised worries of prolonged economic pain, while fashion retailers
Boohoo and ASOS gained on merger deals.*:nL4N2K022P
    * For more on the factors affecting European stocks, please click on:
    > Financial Times                       PRESS/FT 
    > Other business headlines              PRESS/GB 

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 (Reporting by Priyanshi Mandhan in Bengaluru)
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