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Barclays upgraded construction materials company Breedon Group to 'overweight' from 'equalweight' on Friday and hiked its price target for the stock to 450. 0p from 380. 0p.
Cadogan Energy Solutions revealed on Friday that chief executive Fady Khallouf had acquired 3. 32m ordinary shares in the UK-based energy company.
Wall Street stocks traded higher early on Friday, extending solid gains recorded in the previous session.
Wall Street futures were mixed ahead of the bell on Friday following solid gains recorded on Thursday.
Analysts at Berenberg raised their target price on aerospace and defence group Chemring from 370. 0p to 415. 0p on Friday, stating demand was driving the group's order book higher.
Financial services provider STM Group said on Friday that full-year revenues were £28. 0m, ahead of market expectations, driven by higher than forecasted interest income.
Foreign exchange business CAB Payments revealed on Friday that chief executive officer Bhairav Trivedi will be succeeded by Neeraj Kapur following the publication of the group's full-year results on 26 March.
Berenberg upgraded Moneysupermarket on Thursday to 'buy' from 'hold' and lifted its price target on to 295p from 290p, noting that since it re-initiated coverage on 20 November 2023, shares have declined by 12%.
BP Marsh & Partners revealed on Thursday that chief investment officer Dan Topping had acquired 4,141 ordinary shares in the AIMI-listed specialist investor.
US existing home sales rose 3. 1% month-on-month in January, according to the National Association of Realtors.
Wall Street stocks were in the green early on Thursday as traders digested blockbuster earnings from chipmaker Nvidia and thumbed over a number of data points.
Americans lined up for state benefits at a decelerated pace in the week ended 17 February, according to the Labor Department, hitting the lowest level for new claims in five weeks.
Analysts at Deutsche Numis lowered their target price on financial services giant Hargreaves Lansdown from 1,043. 0p to 996. 0p on Thursday despite the firm's interim results coming in "a little ahead".
Wall Street futures were in the green ahead of the bell on Thursday as traders digested blockbuster earnings from chipmaker Nvidia and thumbed over minutes from the Federal Open Markets Committee's most recent policy meeting.
Instant-service equipment business ME Group said on Thursday that it had delivered a "year of record financial performance", with both revenues and profits growing in the 12 months ended 31 October.
Construction company Galliford Try said on Thursday that it has inked three new infrastructure contracts totalling £98. 0m.
Insurance firm Beazley updated guidance on its undiscounted combined ratio on Thursday and announced an additional capital return programme.
Self-storage group Safestore said on Thursday that quarterly revenues had fallen amid "challenging economic conditions".
Wall Street stocks delivered a mixed performance on Wednesday as attention turned to earnings from chipmaker Nvidia and minutes from the FOMC's latest policy meeting.
Jefferies upgraded Genel to 'buy' from 'hold' on Wednesday and lifted its price target on the stock to 100. 0p from 85. 0p, noting that the shares had been volatile of late as various media reports suggesting an imminent reopening of an Iraq-Türkiye export pipeline proved to be incorrect.