FTSE 250 pub landlord JD Wetherspoon saw revenues rise by 7.4% for the year ended 28th July, while profits fell.
The price of shares in Morrisons climbed 3.62% after it reported a 48.5% increase in statutory pre-tax profits for the six months ended 4th August.
Shares in AIM-listed wealth management firm Brooks Macdonald moved higher as it reported a 22.4% improvement in pre-tax profits for the year.
Audio equipment manufacturer Focusrite climbed 8.22% after it said that revenues for the year ended 31st August were better than market expectations.
The price of shares in building materials producer Epwin jumped 8.44% as like-for-like revenues for the first half were up against tough comparatives.
Shares in FTSE 250 housebuilder Galliford Try rose by 3.24% despite group revenues dropping for the year ended 30th June.
The price of shares in FTSE 100 retailer JD Sports Fashion jumped 7.94% after revenues for the half year to 3rd August climbed by 47%.
FTSE 250 construction firm Bovis Homes posted record profits before tax during the six months ended 30th June, but shares in the company dropped by 3.12%.
The price of shares in AIM-listed mobile payments firm Boku rose by 5.39% after it reported a 39% increase in revenues for the six months ended 30th June.
The price of shares in Associated British Foods dropped by 2.85% after it said that strong profits in Primark and Grocery were offset by the sugar arm.