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Requirements such as maintaining a NOMAD, an accountant, a lawyer, a broker and financial PR, are racking up eye-watering costs for small caps trading on the junior market
Simple analysis, quite obviously, says better crude prices mean better oil business
Founders and seed funders used to have to wait until the IPO before they could cash in their shares, but a thriving secondary market has sprung up in Silicon Valley helping them to offload their stock long before
Out-of-town retail parks now account for 75% of the portfolio
The US bank said that following a 17% underperformance by the FTSE 250-listed stock versus the sector in the year to date, it now views the shares as “more fairly valued"
The price comparison site said revenues had risen 19% to £104.9mln in the quarter, boosted by a 70% jump in its Home Services arm as a result of the uptick in switching numbers
Unilever continues to expect full-year underlying sales growth in the lower half of its multi-year 3% - 5% range
RWS said it remains "focused on organic growth and the excellent cross-selling opportunities that are on offer through our enhanced service offering, while continuing to review selective potential acquisitions"
In a trading update, the FTSE 100-listed firm reported an 8.9% increase in ongoing revenue at actual exchange rates to £603.6mln for the first quarter
The slowdown was largely due to the FTSE 100-listed firm's North American business, which saw underlying revenue growth ease to 1% in the quarter following weaker sales in the grocery and retail sectors
RBC’s preferred stocks are Next and Primark owner Associated British Foods
Nektan has sold 57.5% of Respin to Alternative Investment Partners Limited (AIP)
Countryside Properties announced Rebecca Worthington would step down as chief operating officer with immediate effect after almost four years at the company.
“As indicated in our full-year results, net client cash flows have continued to be affected by the challenging markets," chief executive, Paul Feeney, said
"IHG offers a pure asset-light model with a proven earnings and cash resilience through the cycle," the European broker's analysts said
Jefferies maintained a ‘buy’ rating on Barclays but raised its target price to 280p from 263p
Analyst, strategist, and writer Eoin Treacy tells you all you wanted to know about the precious metal but found yourself too afraid to ask
The security services group reported growth across both of its core businesses and in all regions in which it operates
Patrick Snowball said the admission by NSF that certain dividends had been in contravention of the Companies Act was “a telling indictment” of the competency of NSF and the “weak oversight” from its board
The FTSE 250-greeting card retailer reported underlying earnings (EBITDA) of £89.4mln, down 4.9% on the prior year but just within the expected range of £89mln-£91mln
“While we remain mindful of macroeconomic conditions, the outlook remains positive across most of our markets,” said chief executive Alistair Cox
In the six months since becoming part of the JD stable, Finish Line racked up sales of £957mln and contributed £27mln to the bottom line
“I think we’re really in a good place at the moment, we’re in a world that wants a solution to plastic pollution,” said chief executive Michael Laurier.
“In our firm’s professional opinion, the stubbornly low valuation that the market accords to the shares of Barclays will continue until the board finally adopts a strategy that is more realistic and shareholder orientated,” Edward Bramson said