TBC Bank on Monday recorded a jump in first quarter profits on the back of loan book growth and increases to fee & commission and interest income.
AIM-listed 5-a-side football venue operator Goals Soccer Centres said on Monday that chief executive officer Andy Anson has resigned to take on the same role at the British Olympic Association.
CentralNic climbed on Monday after full-year revenues from core activities doubled following a "transformational" acquisition and the company expressed confidence in meeting expectations for 2019.
Escape Hunt plans to raise at least £4m to open more sites to tap into the growing craze for escape rooms in the UK.
European shares were weaker at the open on Monday as the US-China trade spat showed no signs of a resolution.
Civitas Social Housing published an upbeat outlook as the specialist real estate investment trust reported an increase in the value of its properties.
London stocks were little changed at the open on Monday, with investors cautious as Sino-US trade talks remained deadlocked.
Victrex reported weaker interim results on Monday as revenue, profit and sales volumes fell due to a poor performance from its automotive division, adverse currency movement and consumer electronics headwinds.
One of FirstGroup's biggest shareholders has demanded the company call a meeting to remove more than half the board including its chief executive and chairman.
LondonMetric has exchanged contracts to let two logistics warehouses across 138,000 sq ft at its Bedford Link Logistics Park.
Diploma posted a rise in first-half profit on Monday following solid trading across all of its sectors as it sounded an upbeat note on the outlook but cautioned over a slowdown in the industrial seals market.
British Gas owner Centrica maintained full year guidance on cash flow and net debt Monday but said a “challenging” environment due to falling gas prices, tariff caps, warmer weather and nuclear outages had forced it to conduct a strategic review of its portfolio.
Lloyds Banking Group, Foxtons and Paddy Power are among almost 100 firms that will be highlighted this year by an influential investor group for failing to boost the number of women on their boards. According to documents seen by the Guardian, the Investment Association (IA), which represents City firms with £7. 7tn in assets under management, is preparing to shame 94 listed companies for dragging their heels on gender diversity. It will do so by stamping their annual reports with the highest warning label.
London open The FTSE 100 was called to open six points higher at 7,209.
London stocks were set to edge a touch higher at the open on Monday, with trade tensions expected to keep investors on edge.