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Asos half-year profits fall but sales rise boosts share price
Sales at Asos rose but not enough to stem fall in half-year profits. Photograph: Suzanne Plunkett/REUTERS. Angela Monaghan. Wednesday 1 April 2015 04.39 EDT Last modified on Wednesday 1 April 2015 04.48 EDT.
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LONDON (Reuters) - Britain's manufacturing sector grew at the fastest rate in eight months in March, bolstered by strong domestic demand and a pick-up in export orders, a survey showed on Wednesday.
LONDON (Reuters) - UK shares made a positive start to the second quarter on Wednesday, with miner Evraz (EVRE.L) and transportation group FirstGroup (FGP.
Alliance Trust's own corporate broker has admitted recent criticisms of the company have landed some "heavy blows" and has suggested a formal review of its business model.
The luxury goods giant Richemont will pocket �317m (�232m) after it agreed a �1.3bn online fashion merger of its Net-a-Porter business with its Italian rival Yoox.
(Bloomberg) -- Billionaire investor Warren Buffett defended the job reductions that his partners at 3G Capital have taken when they buy businesses including ketchup maker H.J.

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