Below are some of the main news-driven share price changes at 4.15pm.
Totally PLC (LON:TLY), up 9.0%. The healthcare services provider issued full-year results and also bought sector peer About Health for £7.7mln.
Infrastrata PLC (LON:INFA), down 21%. The shares tanked after the exploration well in Woodburn Forest proved to be water wet.
Below are some of the main news-driven share price changes at 12.30pm.
Serabi Gold PLC (LON:SRB, TSE:SBI), up 11%. These are good times to be a gold producer, and as well as receiving a lift from the rising gold price the Serabi share price received a boost today from news that the company remains on course to hit output guidance of 37,000 ounces this year.
Craven House Capital PLC (LON:CRV), up 11%. The normal form is for shares to decline when a company issues shares but not when you issue them at a premium, as Craven House did. The shares rose 0.1p to 1.03p after the company found buyers for new shares at 1.25p each.
PHSC PLC (LON:PHSC), down 18%. The provider of health, safety, hygiene and environmental consultancy services and security solutions to the public and private sectors is not exactly cleaning up, judging by its trading update, with EBITDA in the last financial year about half the level it was the year before.
SKIL Ports & Logistics Limited (LON:SPL), down 10%. Full-year results from the company that is developer a port and logistics facility in Mumbai showed the company bled more than half of its cash resources in the first half of this year.
Main share price risers and fallers in London at 9.45am
Mkango Resources (LON:MKA) up 22% to 4.88p. Joined Aim yesterday having raised £1mln, which is not bad for a rare earth junior still very much in the development stage.
Pennant International PLC (LON:PEN) up 6% to 55.1p. Company has picked up a second training contract with US giant Lockheed Martin. The new contract is to provide a Rotary Wing Rear Crew Winch Trainer (RCWT).
N Brown PLC (LON:BWNG) up 7% to 229.3p. Clothing sales group said online sales penetration grew, with 76% of new customer demand from the internet in the period, up 8% against last time.
Chariot Oil & Gas Ltd (LON:CHAR) down 11% to 6.55p. Company has exited an exploration project in Mauritania, and secured a new venture nearshore assets in Morocco. The company said it decided not to enter the first renewal phase of the C-19 licence, offshore Mauritania, where it de-risked with seismic but was unable to bring in a farm-out partner for drilling.
Xcite Energy Ltd (LON:XEL) down 13% to 9.46p. A bond holder meeting is to be called to enable the North Sea oil explorer to extend debt maturity. The bonds, totalling US$135mln, are due at the end of the month, but Xcite wants to move the date to September 30.