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London's FTSE 250 was down 1. 04% at 20,112. 56 in afternoon trade on Monday, with Kaz Minerals leading the index lower.
Shares in Crossword Cybersecurity fell on Monday as it reported a deepened interim loss, with higher costs more than outweighing revenue growth.
Keystone Law Group on Monday reported double-digit profit and revenue growth after a period of strong recruitment.
Instem on Monday reported a jump in interim profits after booking double-digit revenue growth on the back of higher outsourced services and software as a service (SaaS) orders.
European stocks were lower at lunchtime on Monday following the release of weak German manufacturing data, while investors eyed trade negotiations between the US and China.
Iofina on Monday reported a narrowing of its interim losses as revenue increased on the back of growth in sales volumes and higher iodine prices.
Microsaic Systems reported a deepening of its interim losses on Monday as an increase in expenses outweighed revenue growth.
European stocks were lower on Monday morning, as investors eyed trade negotiations between the US and China and digested weak German manufacturing data.
London's FTSE 100 index ended the week 22. 54 points lower to 7,344. 92.
London's FTSE 250 was 0. 11% higher at 20,112. 56 in afternoon trade on Friday, with Metro Bank leading the index higher.
Norish reported a jump in interim profits on Friday as a drop in revenue was more than offset by the effects of tight cost controls.
European stocks were higher by midday on Friday as investors looked to the resumption of Sino-US trade negotiations after a week packed with central bank action.
Serco has been selected as preferred bidder to continue managing and operating Northern Isles Ferry Services.
European stocks were mixed on Friday morning as investors mulled a week packed with central bank action, while comments from the President of the European Commission boosted Brexit optimism.
Smiths Group on Friday reported a 13% rise in full year profits, driven by acquisitions and favourable currency conditions.
London's FTSE 250 was 0. 15% higher at 20,083. 88 in afternoon trade on Thursday, with IG Group leading the index higher.
Petrofac on Thursday agreed to sell its remaining 51% interest in its operations in Mexico, including Santuario, Magallanes and Arenque, to Perenco International for up to $276m.
European stocks were higher at lunchtime on Thursday, as investors digested the impact the Fed's latest rate cut and the Bank of England held its own rates steady.
Shares in Bilby dropped on Thursday after it swung to an annual loss as revenue stumbled on the back of trading losses suffered by subsidiary company P&R.
Ryanair investors launched a significant revolt on Thursday, almost blocking a pay report that granted chief executive Michael O'Leary a bonus that could be worth as much as €99m (£88m).