FTSE 250 financial services provider Metro Bank has seen its share price rise by 4.72% to 1,365.48p after it secured an additional £120 million in funding.
Medical device manufacturer Inspiration Healthcare said that it expects to report revenues of £15.5 million for the year ended 31st January.
The share price of logistics operator Stobart climbed 3.50% after it announced the disposal of its Aviation holdings had been completed.
Not only is a no-deal/WTO Brexit now the most likely outcome, but paradoxically it is the only outcome which will deliver the certainty craved by big business. Adapt the brace position, says Victor Hill: this could be a bumpy landing…
Shares in aerospace and defence giant BAE Systems have fallen by 6.36% after the firm’s revenues dropped by 2.3% for the 2018 full year.
Centrica has said that it expects cash flow during 2019 to be around £350 million below last year due to tax phasing, the UK tariff caps, and low nuclear volumes.
AIM-listed online estate agency Purplebricks has cut its revenue guidance for the current financial year to £130-140 million.
The March results for this refunded music IP group should show a very positive outlook, writes small-cap guru Mark Watson-Mitchell.
Shares in Sainsbury’s have plunged 15.56% after the CMA said the proposed ASDA merger would lead to a substantial lessening of competition.
The share price of real estate firm Summit Germany has dropped by 10.45% to 1.20p after its largest shareholder was searched by the Israeli authorities.