FTSE 100 industrial equipment firm Ashtead upped its revenues for the half-year ended 31st October by 19% to 2.25 billion.
AIM-listed Bilby has seen its share price plunge as statutory profits for the six months ended 30th September dropped by more than a third.
It is early days for Augmentum Fintech, but it is an interesting proposition with a unique mandate amongst investment companies, writes Nick Sudbury.
Retirement specialist Just Group has seen its share price surge by 20.71% to 99.10p after the Prudential Regulation Authority published a policy statement.
AIM-listed surface coating developer Hardide revealed that revenues for the year ended 30th September rose by 42% to £4.61 million.
The largest financial bomb since the 2008 crash has, as of last week, been officially detonated, writes Ranjeet Singh of London Stone Securities.
The price of shares in Berkeley rose by 1.93% to 3,385p after it announced pre-tax profits of £401.2 million for the six months ended 31st October.
AIM-listed energy procurement consultants Inspired Energy has announced plans to purchase Inprova Finance for a £19.5 million cash consideration.
Simon Cawkwell, AKA Evil Knievil, with his latest trading and gambling exploits – writing exclusively for Master Investor.
The “doom loop” is the term used by the World Bank to describe the co-dependence between highly indebted governments and the often fragile banks which hold their bonds. Italy is not the only country in this predicament, writes Victor Hill.