Great Western Mining shares were rising on Thursday afternoon, after its chairman bought almost 10 million shares across eight transactions.
Shares in Saga were in the red on Wednesday afternoon, even after two of its non-executive directors bought significant chunks of shares.
High-street fashion stalwart Next was in the green on Tuesday afternoon, after its chairman bought more than £0. 35m worth of shares.
Frenkel Topping shares were in the red on Monday, after its chief executive exercised options and sold £0. 15m worth of shares.
Oil major BP disclosed that one of its non-executive directors had bought a large amount of shares on 30 September.
Intermediate Capital Group was trading lower on Thursday, after it emerged that its chief executive and investment officer had purchased almost £0. 3m worth of shares,.
IWG was in focus in the deals space on Wednesday, after a vehicle owned by its chief executive officer spent more than £1. 25m on shares.
Angus Energy stock was in the red on Tuesday afternoon, after a non-executive director sold three-quarters-of-a-million shares.
Hostmore shares were in the red on Monday afternoon, after it disclosed two purchases made by a non-executive director.
Bridgepoint shares were in negative territory on Friday afternoon, after the company’s chairman spent almost £1m on 400,000 of its shares.
Former JD Sports Fashion boss Peter Cowgill was already spending his golden goodbye on Thursday, buying almost £50k worth of shares in fashion retailer Quiz.
Cake Box was trading in the green on Wednesday afternoon, after it disclosed a purchase worth over £0. 2m made by its chief executive officer.
Big Technologies was in the red on Tuesday afternoon, after it emerged that its chief technology officer had sold more than £120k worth of shares.
One of Ocado’s non-executive directors took advantage of its share price plunge this week, as the company disclosed a purchase worth almost £3m on Friday.
Midwich Group shares were trading flat on Thursday afternoon, after its group managing director spent £0. 1m on shares.
Low-cost airline Wizz Air was in the red on Wednesday afternoon, after a non-executive director bought £0. 11m worth of shares.
Crest Nicholson was in the red in late trading on Tuesday, after its chief executive officer bought almost £0. 2m worth of shares.
Capital & Counties Properties was in the green on Monday afternoon, after three significant share purchases were linked to a non-executive director.
Best of the Best was in focus in terms of director dealings on Friday, as a large number of shares were sold to Globe Invest after the latter decided to purchase a “strategic stake” on Thursday under a letter of intent.
Vistry Group was at the top of the list of director buys on Thursday, after both its chief executive officer and chief financial officer were linked with transactions.