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  • FTSE jumps despite rising Indian variant COVID cases in UK
    Yahoo Finance UK

    FTSE jumps despite rising Indian variant COVID cases in UK

    Public Health England has recorded 1,313 cases of the Indian variant in the UK and cases have more than doubled in recent weeks.

  • GOGL - Invitation to presentation of Q1 2021 Results
    GlobeNewswire

    GOGL - Invitation to presentation of Q1 2021 Results

    Golden Ocean Group Limited will publish its financial results for the first quarter of 2021 on Thursday 20 May 2021. In connection with the release, a teleconference/webcast will be held as described below: Teleconference and webcastA conference call will be held at 03:00 P.M. CET (09:00 A.M. New York Time) on Thursday May 20, 2021. The presentation will be available for download from the Investor Relations section at www.goldenocean.bm (under "Presentations") prior to the teleconference/webcast. In order to listen to the presentation you may do one of the following: a. WebcastClick the "Webcast" link on www.goldenocean.bm b. Conference CallPARTICIPANTS DIAL IN TELEPHONE NUMBERS International Dial In/UK Local #: +44 (0) 2071 928000 United Kingdom (toll free): +44 (0) 8003 767922 Norway Toll Free #: 800 518 74 US Toll #: +1 631-5107-495 Participants will be asked for their full name & Conference ID. The Conference ID is 9661474. Please download the presentation material from www.goldenocean.bm in order to follow the presentation slides while listening to the conference. REPLAY DETAILS Replay Access Number: 9661474 International Dial In/UK Local #: +44 (0) 3333 009785 Norway #: +47 21 03 42 35 USA Toll #: +1 917-677-7532 Participant list information required: Full Name & Company May 14, 2021Hamilton, Bermuda This information is subject to the disclosure requirements of section 5-12 of the Norwegian Securities Trading Act.

  • Sage backs its SME customers to lead the economic recovery
    Evening Standard

    Sage backs its SME customers to lead the economic recovery

    The cloud-focused accountancy services business has been buoyed by growth in underlying revenues of 4.4% to £811 million in the six months to March 31, despite most of the previous year’s performance covering before the pandemic. The company, which was founded in 1981 and joined the FTSE 100 index in 1999, has migrated more of its customers to Sage Business Cloud, a trend it believes will accelerate its own growth as businesses become more digitally-enabled. Newcastle-based Sage now thinks that revenues this year will rise at the upper end of its 3%-5% guidance, having been 8.5% higher in the previous financial year.