(ShareCast News) - London stocks fell sharply at the start of the week as the pound rallied on the back of a draft Brexit deal, with traders also looking ahead to a week that included monetary policy meetings at the US Federal Reserve and the Bank of England.
(ShareCast News) - Asiamet Resources' ongoing drilling operation at the BKZ prospect in Indonesia has continued to intersect high grade mineralisation, the exploration and development company announced on Monday.
(ShareCast News) - Senators Amy Klobuchar and John Kennedy have issued a joint call to Senate Judiciary Committee chairman Chuck Grassley to hold a hearing with the chief executives of Facebook, Google and Twitter.
(ShareCast News) - UK inflation is expected to ease off on Tuesday ahead of the Bank of England monetary policy meeting later in the week, while updates are expected from the likes of Ocado and Wood Group.
(ShareCast News) - London's FTSE 250 was down 0.5% to 19,710.61 in afternoon trade on Monday, with bookies bucking the trend as the outcome of the UK gambling watchdog's triennial review was less harsh than expected.
(ShareCast News) - Analysts at Morgan Stanley took a fresh look at rare diseases specialist Shire on Monday, revisiting their bear case as the investment bank reiterated its 'overweight' rating on the group.
(ShareCast News) - Software platform company CentralNic has secured the distribution contract for the top-level domain '.ooo' from Infibeam Incorporation, an e-commerce company listed on the India Stock Exchange with a market capitalisation of more than $1bn, it announced on Monday.
(ShareCast News) - Russia has demanded proof of their involvement in the Salisbury poisoning, saying that otherwise the UK should apologise, even as the European Union backs Britain and requests "full and complete disclosure of its novichok programme".
(ShareCast News) - Independent oil and gas developer Anglo African Oil & Gas announced on Monday that Petro Kouilou, its 100% owned subsidiary in the Republic of the Congo, has finalised a contract with oil services company Schlumberger to supply support services for the drilling of the new TLP-103 ...
(ShareCast News) - Craig Preston, chief financial officer of software and support services firm Craneware, sold 112,126 ordinary shares in the Edinburgh-based group on Monday at a price of 1,950p per share.
(ShareCast News) - Trading opened weaker on Wall Street on Monday as investors look ahead to the latest policy announcement and expected rate hike from the Federal Reserve on Wednesday with technology shares facing steep selling pressure amid fresh worries tied to Facebook's policies over user data ...
(ShareCast News) - International benefits insurance provider GBGI updated the market on its trading for the 2017 calendar year on Monday, reporting continued commercial momentum in line with management expectations in the second half of the year across its diversi?ed product and regional footprint.
(ShareCast News) - Biopharmaceutical company Mereo BioPharma Group announced positive top-line results from a phase 2b dose-ranging study with BGS-649 for the treatment of hypogonadotropic hypogonadism (HH) in men with a body mass index of over 30 on Monday.
(ShareCast News) - BT Group will close its defined benefits pension scheme after reaching an agreement with the Communication Workers Union (CWU) on Monday to secure pension arrangements for 20,000 employees.
(ShareCast News) - Financial planning and discretionary wealth management company Harwood Wealth Management Group announced the acquisition of AE Financial Services - an established chartered independent financial advisory firm based in Southampton - from AE Insurance Services on Monday.
(ShareCast News) - AIM-quoted development and exploration firm Weatherly International narrowed operating losses in the first half of its current trading year as revenues soared more than a quarter compared to the same period twelve months earlier.
(ShareCast News) - Oilfield services provider Petrofac has been awarded a contract worth around $580m with a GCC national oil company for the engineering, procurement and construction of a "major" project.
(ShareCast News) - Trinidad-focussed oil and gas producer and explorer Columbus Energy updated the market on the Beach Oilfield Limited (BOLT) transaction on Monday, as well as its aspirations for operations and exploration in the South West Peninsula of Trinidad (SWP).
(ShareCast News) - AIM-quoted software developer TechFinancials said its investee CEDEX had hit its target of selling 25m tokens in its pre-sale event last week, with a further 25m tokens having been made available after the main sale kicked off on Saturday.
(ShareCast News) - Markets in Asia finished mixed on Monday, with Japanese stocks underperforming their regional peers after a strong performance from the yen, and amid a political scandal in the country.
(ShareCast News) - Britain and the European Union have agreed a 21-month Brexit transition deal to smooth the break-up after March 2019, though the Irish border remains one of several issues not yet resolved and it was described by some as "not a decisive breakthrough".
(ShareCast News) - Soft tissue manufacturer Accrol Group Holdings' shares fell almost 60% on Monday after the company projected a larger than expected EBITDA loss and the likely breach of banking covenants.
(ShareCast News) - Tech giant Apple is said to be developing its own MicroLED device displays, making a limited number of the screens available for testing as part of a move that could seriously hurt Asian display makers whose primary business is the supply of these screens to the US smartphone manu...
(ShareCast News) - London stocks fell further into the red by midday on Monday as the pound rallied on the back of a draft Brexit deal, with traders also looking ahead to a week ahead that includes monetary policy meetings for the US Federal Reserve and the Bank of England.
(ShareCast News) - US futures pointed to a weaker open on Wall Street on Monday as investors look ahead to the latest policy announcement from the Federal Reserve this week, while worries about a possible trade war continue to play on investors' minds.
(ShareCast News) - Donald Trump's row with his own Federal Bureau of Investigation intensified on Sunday, demanding that notes of conversations taken by the Bureau's former director James Comey and recently let go deputy Andrew McCabe be referred to as "fake memos".
(ShareCast News) - European and US authorities are demanding answers from Facebook Inc after personal information on 50m users of the social media site were leaked to UK company Cambridge Analytica, which helped the Vote Leave and Trump presidential campaigns in 2016.
(ShareCast News) - Advanced security and surveillance software developer Petards announced on Monday that the Ministry of Defence (MoD) has exercised its option to extend its existing three year contract - initially announced on 22 December 2016.
(ShareCast News) - Scotgold has concluded an earn-in agreement to its Portuguese subsidiary, Scotgold Resources Portugal - which holds the Pomar licence - with PanEx Resources, it announced on Monday.
(ShareCast News) - Africa-focussed natural resources investment company Armadale Capital announced on Monday that an optimisation study for the Mahenge Liandu Graphite Project in Tanzania has now been completed by ROM Resources.
(ShareCast News) - AIM-quoted tile and paver manufacturer Michelmersh Brick returned a solid annual report card on Monday as a result of a strong showing by its most recent acquisition and an improved premium bricks market.
(ShareCast News) - Healthcare intellectual property commercialisation company NetScientific announced on Monday that its portfolio company Wanda Health is expanding into orthopedics through a new partnership with HRS Home Health.
(ShareCast News) - Shares in oil and gas exploration company Caspian Sunrise fell almost 30% after it announced the effects of adverse weather on its operations at the BNG contract area in Kazakhstan.
(ShareCast News) - Wall Street broke a four-session losing streak on Friday, buoyed by some strong readings on the economy, but still closed lower for the week weighed down by multiple changes - actual and heavily speculated upon - in the top ranks of the Trump administration and amid ongoing trade ...
(ShareCast News) - Vladimir Putin was elected for a fourth six-year term as Russian President in the 19 March elections, making him the longest-serving leader of the country since dictator Joseph Stalin, although voter turnout was slightly lower than the Kremlin had reportedly been seeking.
(ShareCast News) - Stocks have started the morning trading sharply lower, with traders focused on the two-day G-20 finance ministers which was set to get under way later in the day in Buenos Aires and ahead of the key US central bank policy meeting on Wednesday.
(ShareCast News) - Shares in bookmakers Ladbrokes and William Hill galloped higher on Monday after reports that they will avoid the worst scenarios envisaged from the government's triennial review on fixed-odds betting terminals.
(ShareCast News) - Independent charities network Citizens Advice has called for people utilising high-interest "doorstep loans" to be provided with the same level of protection as those with payday loans in order to be spared millions of pounds of excess fees and charges per year.
(ShareCast News) - 1527: The Chicago Board of Options Exchange's VIX volatility index is up by 26.39% to 19.97 points as the Nasdaq Composite gives up 2.37% or 175.05 points to 7,308.48. Latest headline .. EU said to pledge to probe Facebook's handling of user data.
(ShareCast News) - Average asking prices paid by first- and second-time buyers in Britain hit records levels this month, although overall prices in the capital fell, according to data released by Rightmove on Monday.
(ShareCast News) - Turnaround specialist Melrose was quick to respond to the latest development in GKN's quickly-organised breakup on Monday, saying its own final offer of 466p in value today and 60% of future value creation for the whole of GKN was "clearly superior" to the "hasty break-up" being p...
(ShareCast News) - Further to its announcement on 9 March about the proposed combination of Dana Incorporated and GKN Driveline, Dana announced on Monday that the new combined business will hold a standard listing on the London Stock Exchange, in addition to being listed on the New York Stock Exchan...
(ShareCast News) - Micro Focus International chief executive Chris Hsu has resigned as the company downgraded its profits guidance less than six months after completing the reverse takeover of HP Enterprise's software arm.
(ShareCast News) - The Gambling Commission is to recommend that the government reduce the maximum stake on fixed-odds betting terminals (FOBTs), known as the "crack cocaine of gambling", to £30 or less. However, in a move likely to come as a relief to bookmakers, the watchdog will not explicitly bac...
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