Shares in miner Kodal Minerals rose by 17.90% to 0.23p and management said that they were still awaiting the mineral analysis report.
AIM-listed EKF Diagnostics announced that performance has been ahead of management expectations despite currency headwinds.
FTSE 250 retailer Card Factory reported that, while total sales grew 3.2% during the first half, like-for-like sales fell 0.2% due to bad weather
Estate agency Savills revealed that pre-tax profits for the first half fell by 18% as it continued to spend on acquisitions despite slow revenue growth.
Shares in AIM-listed Alba Mineral Resources and Angus Energy climbed by 2.52% to 0.54p and 16.06% to 10.42p respectively.
Medical service provider UDG Healthcare saw its shares drop by 9.76% to 739.50p despite results for the year to date being well ahead of last year.
Shares in FTSE 250 infrastructure firm Hill & Smith Holdings dropped as bad weather and project delays threatened profits.
Shares in AIM-listed Griffin Mining dropped by 14.35% to 121.62p as revenue growth slowed to 3.44% for the six months ended 30th June.
Revenues at FTSE 100 firm Intertek decreased by 1.8% to £1.347 billion during the first half of 2018 as the firm was hit by currency movements.
Shares in financial services firm Hargreaves Lansdown dropped 3.67% to 2,040.21p after warning about the effects of political and economic turbulence.