Traders finished the week much like it began, with head scratching and confusion as rumour and counter-rumour left markets swinging wildly throughout the day.
Boohoo investors are expected to cheer rapid sales and higher earnings as the online fashion retailer continues to rapidly stride past its high street rivals.
Her appointment was hardly unexpected, but Royal Bank of Scotland’s decision to select Alison Rose as its next top boss was undeniably momentous.
Shares in Trainline slid after its former private equity owner and other investors sold £285 million worth of shares in the business.
Sports Direct has weighed in on the competition watchdog’s concerns over rival JD Sports’ attempted £90 million takeover of Footasylum.
The planned merger between online mattress store rivals Eve Sleep and Simba will not go ahead, the companies have said.
Thomas Cook is one of the world’s oldest and largest travel companies.
British engineering giant Rolls-Royce is facing further delays in solving problems with its Trent 1000 engines which led to aircraft groundings.
The cost of offshore wind has continued to tumble as the Government revealed the price for power from new schemes had fallen below £40 per megawatt hour of electricity.
The Royal Bank of Scotland has appointed Alison Rose as its new chief executive officer.