Jessica Clark, City A.M.

Jessica Clark

City A.M.

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Past articles by Jessica:

Pubs will 'struggle to break even' until all Covid restrictions are lifted

Pubs are preparing to open their doors from Monday as indoor trading resumes, but the industry body has warned that 2,000 will remain closed. → Read More

End of lockdown and decade-low rents entice Londoners back to the city

Londoners that left the capital during coronavirus lockdowns are heading back to the capital as the city begins to open up again. → Read More

Farfetch beats growth expectations with 46 per cent sales jump

Luxury fashion platform Farfetch beat growth expectations in the first quarter of the year as its sales jumped 46 per cent. → Read More

Sanne Group rejects private equity firm Cinven's £1.35bn buyout offer

UK private equity firm Cinven said Sanne Group, an alternative asset and corporate services business, has rejected its £1.35bn buyout offer. → Read More

Crest Nicholson sells stake in Surrey film studio for £45m

UK property developer Crest Nicholson announced it has sold its 50 per cent stake in a film studio joint venture for £45m. → Read More

Poundland owner sets discount price for budget retailer's Warsaw listing

Poundland’s owner has set a discount price for the budget retailer’s Warsaw listing, giving the firm a market cap of 23bn zlotys (£4.38bn). → Read More

The Works 'encouraged' by post-lockdown sales but warns of ongoing uncertainty

The Works said sales have been “very encouraging” since most of its stores reopened, but warned Covid uncertainty will continue. → Read More

Pub and restaurant sales bounce back in April ahead of full reopening

Pub and restaurant sales bounced back in April, reaching almost 75 per cent of pre-pandemic levels in a confidence boost for the sector ahead of its full reopening on Monday. → Read More

Morrisons offers lockdown entrepreneurs chance to sell products in stores

Morrisons has launched a scheme to offer UK entrepreneurs the chance to sell their products in its stores and through its website. → Read More

Residential landlord Grainger confident in future of London's 'attractive' rental market

Residential landlord Grainger said it is confident in London’s ability to bounce back from the coronavirus pandemic, despite slumping rental prices in the capital. → Read More

Investment manager Brewin Dolphin posts record quarterly inflows of £1bn

UK investment manager Brewin Dolphin toasted record fund inflows of £1bn in the first three months of 2021. → Read More

UK housebuilder Countryside's sales soar as property market booms

UK housebuilder Countryside saw sales and profit soar in the first half as the housing market boomed following the end of Covid restrictions. → Read More

Burberry reinstates dividend at pre-pandemic levels as sales bounce back

Burberry shareholders will receive a payout equal to pre-pandemic levels after the luxury retailer reinstated its dividend, following strong recovery in its core markets. → Read More

UK house price growth accelerates as supply of new homes dwindles

UK house price growth accelerated last month due to a slowdown in the supply of new homes coming to market, according to the latest research. → Read More

Exclusive: Demand for prime London offices jumps as return to work looms

Businesses are seeking high quality office space as they prepare to bring staff back to the workplace, with prime property deals rocketing over the last six months. → Read More

High Court gives Virgin Active CVA green light in further blow for landlords

Landlords have lost their legal challenge against Virgin Active’s restructuring plan, in the second high profile defeat for commercial property owners this week. → Read More

Catering group Compass sounds optimistic note despite pandemic eating into sales and profit

Catering company Compass Group suffered a sharp drop in revenue and profit in the first half of the year but → Read More

Landlords vs retailers: What the New Look legal case means for future of CVAs

New Look today defeated a legal challenge to its restructuring plan by a group of its landlords in a landmark case. → Read More

New Look landlords lose legal battle against retailer's restructuring plan

New Look landlords have today lost their legal battle against the high street retailer’s restructuring plan. The High Court ruled → Read More

Safestore ups earnings guidance and outlines London expansion

Storage firm Safestore is expanding its London presence and has upped its full-year earnings guidance after boosting revenue in the pandemic. → Read More