Cloud-based portfolio analytics and asset pricing service provider StatPro Group has increased and extended its financing facilities with Wells Fargo Capital Finance, it announced on Tuesday.
Mongolia-focussed oil explorer Petro Matad has signed contracts for two rigs for its upcoming 2019 four-well drilling programme, it announced on Tuesday.
MC Mining announced the conclusion of a coal sale and purchase agreement for the export quality thermal coal to be produced by the first phase of the Makhado hard coking and thermal coal project on Tuesday.
Supercapacitor manufacturer Cap-xx has looked to focus on strengthening its relationships in the "increasingly important" automotive segment as it warned that its wearable technologies unit had taken a hit.
Discretionary fund manager and IFA support service Tatton Asset Management continued to grow revenue and adjusted operating profits in its last treading year despite a "complex and challenging" market environment.
London stocks pushed a little higher by midday on Tuesday as investors mulled the latest reading on the UK jobs market, with some well-received updates from retailers lending support.
The Pinault and Vuitton families pledged €300m to help in the reconstruction of Notre Dame cathedral on Monday, just a few hours after fire engulfed the Parisian cathedral in flames.
Levels of employment in Britain increased 179,000 to a record high in the three months to February, official data confirmed on Tuesday, but economists see ongoing headwinds for households and businesses.
US stock futures pointed to a positive open on Wall Street on Tuesday as investors eyed the release of more key earnings, with banking behemoth Bank of America and streaming giant Netflix in the frame.
Stocks on the Continent are trading mostly higher as investors wait on another barrage of corporate earnings Stateside, amid holiday-thinned trading volumes.
Germany's foreign minister has warned that if the UK does not make progress on agreeing a Brexit deal it will not be given a further extension to the deadline beyond 31 October.
Telit Communications on Tuesday reported that it had cut its annual losses as revenues jumped and sales and marketing expenses were reduced.
RBC Capital Markets downgraded its recommendation on shares of oil giant BP to 'outperform' from 'top pick' on Tuesday following a recent strong performance on an absolute basis and versus the sector.
Sentiment about the outlook for German business improved more than expected in April but "remains greatly subdued", according to the latest survey from the ZEW Center for European Economic Research in Mannheim.
Isle of Man-based communications provider Manx Telecom has entered into a conditional sale and purchase agreement for Synapse 360.
Most markets in Asia finished in the green on Tuesday, with sentiment lifted by another round of trade talks between the US and Japan, although it was tempered by a warning on global trade from the governor of the Bank of Japan.
South American-focused gold developer Orosur Mining has been evaluating options with its Chilean lawyers after an arbitration tribunal ruled that its wholly-owned subsidiary Fortune Valley was required to pay Anglo American Inversiones roughly $1. 6m plus interest.
Shares in InterContinental Hotels got a boost on Tuesday as MainFirst initiated coverage of the stock at 'outperform' with a 5,600p price target, arguing that it's a safe haven with opportunities for growth acceleration.
Provident Financial's chairman on Tuesday urged shareholders not to accept a hostile takeover bid from fellow sub-prime lender Non-Standard Financial.
Card Factory posted a drop in full-year underlying profit and like-for-like sales on Tuesday but a rise in revenue amid a "tough" consumer environment.