Thursday, 29th January 2015

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Paypoint on track to meet FY expectations after increase in transaction volumes and revenue edge higher

Thu 29th Jan 15, 12:53:46

Consumer payment system providers Paypoint said it expects to meet market expectations for the year in the wake of an increase in transaction volumes and revenue.

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Asia: Stocks decline after disappointing Japanese retail sales data

Asian stocks closed in the red following the release of disappointing Japanese retail sales and as depressed oil prices continued to drag. 3 hours ago

US pre-open: Futures inch higher after jobless claims sink sharply

US stock futures edged higher on Thursday after figures showed that jobless claims dropped to their lowest level since 2000last week, as investors continue to digest comments from the Federal Reserve. 2 hours ago

De La Rue CFO to step down, as firm maintains guidance

Colin Child, the finance director of banknote printing firm De La Rue, has announced he will step down from his role. 3 hours ago

Cranswick brings home the bacon with Christmas trading

Pork processor Cranswick's third-quarter trading statement revealed an improvement on last year's sales, attributed to sales growth from fresh pork. 3 hours ago

RPC Q3 adjusted operating profit "significantly ahead" than last year

Packaging firm RPC Group said its adjusted operating profits for the third quarter were "significantly ahead" of the corresponding period the year before. 3 hours ago

Barclays upgrades Easyjet after strong first quarter

Easyjet's shares were flying higher on Thursday after analysts at Barclays Capital upgraded their stance on the stock from 'equalweight' to 'overweight' and hiked their target price from 1,850p to 2,150p. 2 hours ago

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