The Morning News Update with easyJet, Britvic and Clinigen

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FTSE 100

easyJet (EZJ) – Total revenue grew by 8.6% to £1,240 million, passengers carried increased by 9.4% to 17.9 million, and the load factor increased by 2.2 percentage points to 90.4% in the three month to June.

SABMiller (SAB) – Group net producer revenue grew by 6% and group NPR per hectolitre (hl) grew by 3%, both on an organic, constant currency basis in the first quarter.

Kingfisher (KGF) – reports total sales up 0.8% (-1.8% LFL) in constant currencies for the 10 weeks to 12th July

FTSE 250

Carillion (CLLN) –  joint venture with Amey signs contracts with the Defence Infrastructure Organisation for a further three Next Generation Estate Contracts potentially worth up to £2.8 billion including additional services and extensions.

Mitchells & Butlers (MAB) – Total sales growth in the third quarter was 3.8%, bringing growth in the first 42 weeks to 2.9%.

Britvic (BVIC) – Group revenue was £329.5 million in the 12 weeks to 6th July, an increase of 4.1% on a comparable basis, with volume up by 5.8%

Small caps

Clinigen (CLIN) – Like for like revenues on a constant currency basis up in excess of 7% on prior year and reported revenues not less than £126 million for the year to June. Underlying EBITDA up at least 17% on prior year.

Northern Petroleum (NOP) – has signed sale and purchase agreements to sell the company’s interests in all of its UK licences and assets for £1.5 million to UK Oil & Gas Investments.

Ortac Resources (OTC) – has completed the first phase of its trial underground mining activity at its Šturec deposit in Slovakia. 

Manx Telecom (MANX) – confirms that trading during the first six months of the year is in-line with management expectations.

SCISYS (SSY) – the first half of 2014 has finished positively and the directors are confident that results for the first half of the year will be in line with management expectations.

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