Reuters | Jun 26, 2020 15:00
* INTU PROPERTIES: Intu Properties INTUP.L , which owns Manchester's
Trafford Centre and Lakeside in Essex, will likely go into administration after
it failed to reach a debt standstill deal with its creditors. * ASTON MARTIN: Aston Martin AML.L said it would issue new shares worth up
to 20% of its existing equity capital as the luxury carmaker seeks additional
funds to ride out the coronavirus crisis. * MARSTON'S: Marston's MARS.L said it was uncertain about its financial
outlook in the short-term as it prepares to reopen pubs and restaurants on July
4. * TESCO: Tesco TSCO.L , Britain's biggest retailer, said underlying UK
sales rose 8.7% year-on-year in its first quarter to May 30. * EASYJET: British low-cost airline easyJet EZJ.L said it strengthened its
finances by $255 million through the sale and leaseback of six A320neo aircraft
with leasing firm SMBC Aviation Capital. * ASTRAZENECA: Daiichi Sankyo Co 4568.T is in discussions with AstraZeneca
Plc on developing supplies of a vaccine for the coronavirus in Japan.
* JOHN MENZIES: Airport services group John Menzies MNZS.L said Chief
Executive Officer Giles Wilson will resign to join Glenfiddich owner William
Grant & Sons as the chief financial officer. * OIL: Oil prices rose, extending gains from the previous day on optimism
about recovering fuel demand worldwide. * GOLD: Gold prices were headed for their third consecutive weekly gain on
worries about rising global cases of the novel coronavirus. * The UK blue-chip index .FTSE closed up 0.4% on Thursday, as banks and
energy stocks climbed. * For more on the factors affecting European stocks, please click on:
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