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Morning Eyecatchers: John Lewis weekly sales up 7.3%, including Waitrose
Chaucer increases NZ earthquake estimate from €12.5 million to €20 million and Radicle projects in reverse takeover talks.
* John Lewis weekly sales up 7.3%, including Waitrose
* Chaucer increases New Zealand earthquake loss estimate from €12.5 million to €20 million
* Cyprotex expects full-year results for period ended 30 December to be in line with market expectations
* Synchronica to buy remaining shares in Iseemedia
* Rheochem wins New Zealand supply contract
* Radicle Projects in reverse takeover talks with two unquoted Australian companies; board continuing to consider options which include possibility the company be laced into administration
* Avocet Mining announces conditional sale of south east Asian assets for $200 million cash to J&Partners; after sale it will be west African gold producer with growth strategy holding no further assets in south east Asia
* Heijmans sells British subsidiary Leadbitter for over €45 million; the transaction will further decrease the net debt by €15 million; the book profit of the transaction of approximately €5 million will have a positive effect on shareholders' equity
* EKF Diagnostics sells remaining rights to Admiral sportswear brand
* Coal India: consortium has a month for rival Riversdale bid
* Namakwa Diamonds raises £35 million via placing at 41p
* Sirius acquires further Dakota acreage
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