Online fashion retailer Asos said on Wednesday that annual pre-tax profit was set to be towards the top end of market expectations, as it reported a 10% jump in sales for the four months to the end of June, but analysts were largely unimpressed.
Trident Royalties has entered into a binding agreement with Thor Mining, it announced on Tuesday, to acquire Thor's variable price gold royalty over production from the Spring Hill Gold Project in Australia's Northern Territory, operated by private group PC Gold.
Middle East and North Africa-focussed oil and gas company SDX Energy has disposed of its 50% working interest in the North West Gemsa licence, in the Eastern Desert of Egypt, it announced on Tuesday.
Freight and delivery provider DX Group reported an improving recovery in both its divisions on Tuesday, with volumes picking up since the strictest Covid-19 regulations began to be lifted in England.
Software developer Elecosoft said on Tuesday that unaudited revenues for the six months ended 30 June "held up well".
Amur Minerals noted the rise in its share price on Tuesday and confirmed it is considering an investment in the mining sector.
Video technology company Brave Bison has been appointed by Panasonic as its social content partner for the ‘Sports Changemakers’ global campaign, it announced on Tuesday.
Wealth management and employee benefits company Mattioli Woods updated the market on its full year on Tuesday, reporting both growth in revenue and “strong” growth in adjusted EBITDA and adjusted profit before tax.
Fryer management and commercial kitchen service company Filta Group said on Tuesday that, since its preliminary results on 28 May, its focus had been on preserving cash and preparing for the easing of social distancing restrictions.
Mobile payments provider Bango reported record revenue growth in its first half of more than 50% on Tuesday, to £4. 8m.
Healthcare technology company EMIS Group said on Tuesday that trading for the half-year ended 30 June was in line with its expectations, despite Covid-19 uncertainty, although revenue was “marginally behind” the prior year.
Regional office space investor Circle Property was upbeat on its rent performance on Tuesday, reporting a collection rate of 91% for the quarter through March.
Eyewear frame designer, manufacturer and distributor Inspecs Group has acquired the manufacturing operations of the Norville Group, it announced on Tuesday, from the administrator, BDO, for total cash of £2. 4m.
Motorpoint Group reported a sharp drop in profits on Tuesday, after the Covid-19 pandemic disrupted trading during what is traditionally one of the busiest times of the year for the vehicle retailer.
Posh tonics maker Fevertree hailed a "solid" start to the year on Tuesday, underpinned by strength in the off-trade segment, as it announced the acquisition of its sales agent in Germany.
Intellectual property group Frontier IP has won a grant to further develop software tools aimed at optimising wastewater treatment.
Pharmaceutical group Clinigen warned full-year profit growth would be at the lower end of guidance as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic and the launch of a low-cost competitor to its Foscavir drug.
Software firm Netcall said on Tuesday that a strong full-year trading performance had delivered double-digit growth in revenue and adjusted underlying earnings.
Machinery products manufacturer Somero expects its first-half trading performance will fall short of market expectations due to uncertainty around the scale, duration and impact of the Covid-19 pandemic on its end markets.
Vertu Motors said on Tuesday that it swung to a profit in June amid better-than-expected trading, but announced plans to cut around 345 jobs due to automation and as it looks to cut costs.