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CAC 40 4,414.90 +33.80 (0.77%)
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IBEX 8,630.50 +30.60 (0.36%)
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Ryanair on Monday became the latest European airline to sound a cautious note following the UK's Brexit vote, warning of “downside” risks to its full-year profit forecasts and laying out plans to cut back in the UK.
Tomorrow Ofcom will announce its plans for strengthening Openreach's independence from BT and creating a more competitive broadband market.
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UK betting firm William Hill has been approached by rival gambling companies 888 and Rank Group about a merger. William Hill said it would "listen to and consider" any proposal.
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