UK Stocks-Factors to watch on June 28



June 28 (Reuters) - Britain's FTSE 100 index .FTSE is seen opening higher on Tuesday, with futures FFIc1 up 0.49%.

* HEATHROW: London's Heathrow Airport will be forced to lower the landing fees it charges airlines over the next four years after Britain's aviation regulator responded to pressure from airlines over the cost of flying at the hub.

* PETROFAC: Petrofac Ltd PFC.L said its half-year trading was in line with expectations, as an upswing in oil prices raised demand.

* JUPITER FUND: Jupiter Fund Management JUP.L said its Chief Executive Officer Andrew Formica would retire in October after just three years in the role and will be replaced by current Chief Investment officer Matthew Beesley.

* SEES-Equinor: SSE Plc SSE.L said that Equinor EQNR.OL would buy power generating company Triton Power for 341 million pounds ($418.65 million).

* JUST EAT TAKEAWAY: Just Eat Takeaway.com TKWY.AS is increasing the commission it charges restaurants for its services by around one percentage point in most European markets, the company said.

* TELECOM: British broadband companies and mobile operators have committed to allow struggling customers to move to cheaper packages without charge, the government said, as part of its efforts to ease a growing cost-of-living crisis.

* LUKOIL: Leonid Fedun has stepped down as vice president of Russian oil producer Lukoil because of family reasons and after reaching retirement age, the company said, months after sanctions forced another co-founder to quit as CEO.

* ACTIS: Omega Energia MEGA3.SA said that Actis LLP will acquire 10% of its capital stock for around 770 million reais ($147 million).

* INFLATION: The British public's expectations for inflation in future years receded this month to the lowest level since January, a survey showed in good news for Bank of England officials who fear price pressures are becoming embedded.

* FTSE 100: UK's FTSE 100 ended at a more than one-week high on Monday, as an easing of COVID-19 restrictions in China and the prospect of global infrastructure funding brought relief to commodity prices, lifting shares of major oil and mining companies.

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Reporting by Aby Jose Koilparambil and Amna Karimi in Bengaluru

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