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British Business - June 23

June 23 (Reuters) - The following are the top stories on the business pages of British newspapers. Reuters has not verified these stories and does not vouch for their accuracy. The Times - Frasers Group FRAS.L said on Wednesday it has increased its maximum exposure to Hugo Boss BOSSn.DE to 900 million euros ($950.49 million) and reiterated its support for the German fashion brand's strategy and management team.
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UK Stocks-Factors to watch on June 22

June 22 (Reuters) - Britain's FTSE 100 index .FTSE is seen opening lower on Wednesday, with futures FFIc1 down 1.2%. * BERKELEY: British homebuilder Berkeley Group Holdings Plc BKGH.L forecast a 9% rise in annual profit for the 2023 fiscal on Wednesday, helped by persistent demand in an undersupplied UK housing market despite signs of a slowdown in the sector.
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Japan's Uniqlo makes U-turn to exit Russia as Britain hits oligarchs

By Michael Holden, Praveen Menon and Karl Plume March 10 (Reuters) - Japanese brands Uniqlo and Japan Tobacco made U-turns and said they were stopping business in Russia, joining the corporate crowd shunning Moscow on Thursday, and Britain escalated sanctions against oligarchs including Chelsea soccer club owner Roman Abramovich. Investment bank Goldman Sachs GS.N became the first U.S.
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Supply crisis spurs South Africa retailers to end Asia reliance

* Fashion retailer TFG going local for furniture, jewellery * Edgars-owner says China power woes added 2-week delay * Pepkor, Woolworths also said accelerating local sourcing * Imports more than 50% of shoes, clothes, mostly from China By Nqobile Dludla JOHANNESBURG, Nov 22 (Reuters) - Spiralling shipping costs and COVID-19 supply chain disruptions are accelerating a shift by South African retailers to end their heavy reliance on Asia and move to source products locally.
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Final Quarter Blues

(Refiles to read spectre, paragraph 1) By Saikat Chatterjee A look at the day ahead from Saikat Chatterjee. World stocks are set for their third biggest weekly drop this year as supply chain disruptions sweeping across the global economy raise the ugly spectre of stagflation becoming a major factor for investors in the final quarter of 2021. Consider these two opposing pieces of data in the last 24 hours: A frantic summer of merger activity produced deals worth $1.52 trillion in the September qu
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