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The Mail 14/2

Oil giants Royal Dutch Shell ‘A’ (RDSA) and BP (BP.) sink after IEA warns coronavirus is expected to hit demand for oil by around 435,000 a day.

Newly-formed Just Eat (JE.) reports bumper trading as the competition watchdog continues to mull whether deal should be undone.

Deputy Barratt Developments (BDEV) boss Steven Boyes sells £3.7m worth of shares. Boyes, 59, sold 435,000 shares at 842.35p, according to regulatory filings.

Pound jumps after Sajid Javid storms out of No.11 and is replaced by Rishi Sunak.

Sirius Minerals (SXX) shareholders seek a last-ditch deal to stop £405m takeover that would leave many of them with virtually nothing.

Car manual firm Haynes Publishing Group (HYNS) is bought for £114.5m by French rival Infopro Digital. Haynes said media, information and service company Infopro Digital had agreed to pay 700p per share – 62 per cent more than Haynes’ closing share price on Wednesday.

Domino’s Pizza Group (DOM) announces a retreat from Scandinavia over poor sales with its Norwegian arm first for the chop. Pizza delivery giant has said it will sell its 71 per cent stake in its Norwegian division to its minority shareholders in a deal worth £7million.


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