It has been a mixed response from the City to William Hill latest trading update. The bookmaker reassured investors it was on track to deliver full year expectations as revenues were boosted by online and US businesses.
Shares in Diploma Plc, supplier of technical products and services, jumped on Monday after a strong set of full-year results which included a 19% rise in pre-tax profit
Xaar, the industrial inkjet technology specialist, has revised its revenue growth forecasts for the second half.
Half-year results from NEX Group, the financial technology company formerly known as ICAP, failed to impress on Monday as profit fell and its operating margin narrowed, prompting the company to slash the interim dividend
Mitie claims it is back on track after revealing improved numbers for the half year to end of September 2017.
Ofgem has launched an investigation into SSE’s ‘cheapest tariff’ messaging in annual statements sent to its prepayment customers.
While it's broadly a quiet week ahead on the data front, Wednesday is one of the most important days on the UK economic calendar as Philip Hammond, Britain's new chancellor of the exchequer, delivers his first Budget speech
The shares of besieged construction and services operator Carillion were down more than -37% mid-afternoon today
Goldman Sachs' chief executive Lloyd Blankfein said on Thursday that many people want Britain to have a “confirming vote” on whether to leave the European Union.
World stocks continued to claw back losses on Friday after spending much of the week in the red, boosted by signs of progress in U.S. tax reform and strong corporate results.