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Argos Resources stormed upward on Thursday after it confirmed it has taken full ownership of the PL001 Licence in the North Falkland Basin.
Mi-Pay Group on Thursday secured an extension to a contract with a long-term existing client for an incremental five-year period.
London's FTSE 250 was up 0. 21% in afternoon trading on Thursday, with Playtech topping the risers after it reported a 54% improvement revenue to €1. 24bn, or 55% when measured at constant currency, as gaming revenue had a strong showing.
Analysts at Berenberg downgraded their stance on Sainsbury from 'buy' to 'hold' on Thursday, stating that the supermarket's merger with Asda is now "unlikely" following the publication of provisional findings by the UK’s Competition and Markets Authority.
Physiomics on Thursday reported a narrowed interim loss after the cancer monitoring technology provider more than doubled its revenue over the period.
Hays shares fell on Thursday even as the company's interim profits increased, amid investor fears of a slowdown in the recruitment firm's German business due to the country's economic slowdown.
Kaz Minerals on Thursday reported a rise in annual profits thanks to increased revenues driven by higher copper production from the FTSE 250 listed company's portfolio of low-cost open-pit mines.
Jefferies stood by its 'buy' rating of Tesco on Wednesday, commenting that the case for investing in the company's shares remains unchanged after the Competition & Markets Authority's airing of "extensive" concerns over a proposed £13bn merger between Sainsbury's and Asda.
London's FTSE 250 was up 0. 32% in afternoon trading on Wednesday, with Plus500 leading the index higher after having dropped consistently since the spreadbetting company said in a statement last Friday it had accidentally misled shareholders over its losses in 2017.
Eco Atlantic Oil & Gas on Wednesday contracted a rig, the Stena Forth, to drill an exploration well at the Jethro-Lobe prospect on the Orinduik Block offshore Guyana.
Codemasters on Wednesday confirmed that it has signed a global esports partnership with Motorsport Network, the world's largest motorsport media company.
Transense Technologies on Wednesday won a further contract through its Ghanaian partner WATS (West African Tyre Services) to supply 41 iTrack II mining tyre monitoring systems for haul trucks at BISSA, a Nordgold mine in Burkina Faso.
The UK government will on Wednesday announce measures to reduce risks taken by private firms that provide public services, as it seeks to assist companies that have become increasingly wary of taking on new government business in the wake of Carillion's collapse last year.
ReNeuron Group bounded upward on Wednesday after reporting that its cell-based therapy is showing signs that it can improve the sight of patients suffering from retinitis pigmentosa, which causes blindness.
Mobile Tornado Group jumped on Wednesday after reporting a "significant improvement" in adjusted EBITDA loss thanks to a "good trading performance" in the second half of the year.
1Spatial on Wednesday won a contract with a value of over £1m to provide its software and services to an existing customer.
Seeing Machines climbed on Tuesday after securing a new program design win with an additional global US-headquartered automotive original equipment manufacturer (OEM) to deliver its Driver Monitoring System (DMS) technology.
Analysts at Shore Capital reiterated their 'hold' stance on Greggs on Tuesday, stating that the company continued to "materially outperform" their expectations.
London's FTSE 250 was down 0. 32% in afternoon trading on Tuesday, with Plus500 continuing its plunge lower.
DotDigital Group climbed on Tuesday after reporting a jump in interim revenues and profits as new customer wins and its North American expansion fuel the company's progress.