RBC Capital Markets upgraded its stance on shares of Fresnillo to ‘outperform’ from ‘sector perform’ as it argued that after weak first-quarter silver production and lower guidance, market expectations "seem to have been largely reset".
Science Group updated the market on its acquisition of Frontier Smart Technologies on Monday, which it purchased in 2019.
Life sciences information technology provider Instem updated the market on its first half on Monday, reporting that it performed “well” across all of its business, despite the ongoing backdrop of Covid-19.
Spire Healthcare shareholders have voted against the company’s £1. 4bn takeover by Australia’s Ramsay Health Care, sending shares in the UK private hospital group tumbling.
One of the Bank of England's top officials argued against reducing monetary stimulus for the economy.
Europe-focussed lead-zinc and silver developer Europa Metals has now completed the requisite work and collated and submitted all the relevant documentation to the Spanish Government Centre for the Development of Industrial Technology (CDTI) for the first stage milestone of its €0. 47m innovation grant, it announced on Monday.
All Active Asset Capital (AAA) is in “constructive discussions” with the board of Audioboom Group, it announced on Monday, about a possible offer for the AIM-traded podcast company.
Analysts at Morgan Stanley reiterated their 'overweight' stance on shares of Royal Dutch Shell in anticipation of share buyback announcements and higher dividend payouts from the oil major.
JPMorgan Cazenove upgraded Travis Perkins on Monday to ‘overweight’ from ‘neutral’ and hiked the price target to 2,000p from 1,600p.
The family-owned luxury fashion brand Ermenegildo Zegna is to list in New York in a deal worth $3. 2bn.
European shares extended losses at lunchtime on Monday, led by travel and energy stocks as investors fretted about the rising number of Delta variant Covid cases globally.
Equity market futures are pointing to a start of trading firmly in the red with investors' focus on rising Covid-19 case numbers around the world and the toll that might take on attempts to reopen economies.
London stocks had extended losses by midday on Monday as worries about rising inflation and the spread of the Delta variant dented sentiment.
SThree upped its guidance for the full year on Monday, after recruitment picked up in the first half, boosting both fee income and profits.
Crude oil futures slid at the start of the week after the Organisation of Petroleum Exporting Countries ad its main allies clinched a deal at the weekend to increase their combined output.
Henry Boot shares rallied on Monday as the property investment and development company said full-year results are set to be ahead of its expectations following strong trading across the group’s operations.
BP and Germany's EnBW have put in a joint bid for Scottish offshore wind acreage which could support wind projects with 2. 9 gigawatts of capacity, the two companies said on Monday.
Markets were lower across the board in Asia on Monday, as oil prices slid on the back of a fresh deal being reached between OPEC and its oil-producing allies.
Indonesia-focussed palm oil developer MP Evans announced a 29% rise in crude palm oil production in its first half on Monday, at 161,400 tonnes, while palm kernel production was 25% higher at 34,700 tonnes.
House prices have hit another fresh high, industry data showed on Monday, despite the stamp duty holiday coming to an end, as surging demand outstripped supply.