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London stocks closed in the red on Tuesday, after the release of weaker-than-expected GDP figures and amid ongoing concerns about the coronavirus pandemic.
Laboratory diagnostic services provider Immunodiagnostic Systems announced on Tuesday that its “fully automated” SARS-CoV-2 (Covid-19) IgG antibody test was available for sale.
Europe-focussed mineral exploration company Erris Resources announced on Tuesday that it will resume fieldwork at the Loch Tay gold project in Scotland, starting in July.
FireAngel Safety Technology said on Tuesday that revenue for the six months ending 30 June was expected to be at least 70% of its pre-Covid budget performance.
Restaurant operator Comptoir Group confirmed plans to start reopening some of its sites from 4 July on Tuesday.
Vast Resources updated the market on progress at its Manaila Polymetallic Mine, and the adjacent Manaila Carlibaba Extension Project, in Romania on Tuesday, confirming it has now been granted the Manaila Carlibaba exploitation licence.
Social media video platform provider Entertainment AI announced the release of its ‘CreatorSuite’ product on Tuesday, as well as its name change to ‘Seeen’, with the ticker symbol SEEN, in a bid to “better reflect” its technology brand and the initiation of commercial product releases.
Prairie Mining announced on Tuesday that it has executed a litigation funding agreement for AUD 18m (£10. 07m) with Litigation Capital Management, available for immediate drawdown.
Markets in Asia finished higher on Tuesday, as fresh data on China’s manufacturing sector showed growth above expectations.
Industrial instruments maker Rotork on Tuesday warned on interim profits as the coronavirus pandemic hit demand for its products globally.
Africa-focussed mineral exploration company IronRidge Resources announced on Tuesday that its wholly-owned Ghanaian entity, Green Metals Resources, has been granted the Mankessim South exploration licence in Ghana.
Trinidad, Morocco and Ireland-focussed oil and gas company Predator Oil & Gas updated the market on Tuesday, following an announcement from Moroccan authorities the Covid-19 state of emergency in the country was being extended to 10 July.
Africa-focussed oil and gas company Tower Resources updated the market on the farm-out process at the Thali production sharing contract (PSC) in Cameroon on Tuesday, which was being conducted through its wholly-owned subsidiary, Tower Resources Cameroon.
Healthcare investment and development company Syncona announced on Tuesday that Freeline Therapeutics - a biotechnology company focussed on developing curative gene therapies for chronic systemic diseases - has raised a further $80m (£65. 09m) from specialist global institutional investors in an expanded series C round.
London open The FTSE 100 is expected to open 14 points lower on Tuesday, having closed up 1. 08% at 6,225. 77 on Monday.
Stocks closed in the green on Wall Street on Monday, despite a spike in new coronavirus cases in certain US states over the weekend.