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Oil and gas company SDX Energy on Friday confirmed that a production test has successfully been completed at its SD-3X appraisal well at South Disouq, Egypt.
London's second-tier index was down by 0. 41% at 20,377. 68 on Friday.
UK business secretary Greg Clark has warned that the European Commission risks causing “significant and lasting” economic harm to families across the continent if it does not accept Britain’s current Brexit deal.
US pastor Andrew Brunson has seen his latest bid for freedom rejected by a Turkish appeals court, increasing the likelihood of a fresh wave of sanctions from the Trump administration.
Surverying services firm Thalassa was on Friday advised by the Norwegian tax authorities that its appeal in relation to the 2014 tax year has been successful.
China’s air force is "likely" training for bombing strikes against the US and its allies, according to a Pentagon report released on Thursday.
Commercial flooring firm Airea saw its shares rocket on Friday after it reported an increase in first-half revenues after new product launches boosted the company’s sales and orders.
Healthcare advisory group Cello Health on Thursday appointed independent non-executive directors Clifford Tompsett and Jo LeCouilliard to its board of directors.
Macy’s saw its shares tumble on Wednesday even though the company reported second quarter earnings and sales that exceeded analysts’ expectations and hiked its full-year expectations.
Thalassa’s Autonomous Robotics arm on Thursday appointed a new defence advisor and defence consultant to provide strategic on potential applications for an autonomous underwater vehicle technology.
London's second-tier index was up by 0. 64% at 20,450. 11 on Thursday, led by On The Beach and Marshalls.
Digital music and radio services firm 7digital saw the suspension of its shares lifted on Thursday after the firm released its delayed results for the year ended 31 December.
Venture Life Group on Thursday reported half-year results in line with expectations as it forecasted a “stronger” second half after its European expansion comes into effect.
Oil and gas production and development company Eland Oil & Gas on Thursday successfully completed its Opuama-10 well in Nigeria and will be handing over to the field production team imminently.
Tiziana Life Sciences on Thursday submitted an application to initiate phase one clinical trials for a new treatment of neurodegenerative diseases to the US food and drug administration.
UniVision Engineering saw its shares plummet on Thursday after the company reported that its expected growth "will become more evident" after a full year of contribution from a major new contract.
London's second-tier index finished down 0. 9% at 20,320. 35 on Wednesday, with mining and oil shares suffering heavy losses on the back of US dollar strength and falling metal and crude prices.
Nano-materials developer Nanoco saw its shares dive on Wednesday despite forecasting a significant increase in revenue for the year ended 31 July.
A team of Scottish scientists have developed a new energy storage technology that could see electric vehicles charge-up in just seconds.
Advanced materials engineering group Versarien on Wednesday saw a second Department for International Trade (DIT) secondee join its ranks.