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London’s FTSE 250 was up 0. 1% at 22,925. 70 in afternoon trade on Tuesday.
London’s FTSE 100 was up 0. 4% at 7,107. 71 in afternoon trade on Tuesday.
Indivior said on Tuesday that it has teamed up with French biotechnology group Aelis to advance the clinical development of a treatment for cannabis use disorder.
London stocks were just in the black by midday on Tuesday, helped along by some well-received earnings but with sentiment hit by reports that the lifting of lockdown measures could be delayed by up to a month.
Aviva shares rallied on Tuesday after activist investor Cevian Capital said it had built a 4. 95% stake in the insurer and called on it to return £5bn to shareholders next year.
RBC Capital Markets initiated coverage of Pets at Home and Halfords on Tuesday, arguing that the former has a fairly full valuation, while the latter is "shifting up a gear".
London stocks were up in early trade on Tuesday, helped along by some well-received earnings, but gains were muted amid reports the lifting of lockdown measures could be delayed by up to a month.
Wagamama owner Restaurant Group said on Tuesday that Chair Debbie Hewitt will step down with effect from 31 December to take on the same role at the English Football Association.
Dechra Pharmaceuticals said on Tuesday that full-year revenue was set to be ahead of consensus expectations, as it continues to benefit from strong market fundamentals and lower costs.
London stocks were set for a muted open on Tuesday amid reports that the lifting of lockdown measures could be delayed by between two weeks and a month.
The government must convince commercial landlords to forego some of the rent built up during the pandemic or face a wave of insolvencies when payments fall due in July, business leaders have warned. Speaking at a Treasury select committee hearing, trade body bosses in travel, hospitality and retail said the easing of restrictions was not enough to avoid business failures and job losses in debt-laden sectors. - Guardian.