FULL LIST OF STORIES
AIM-listed Global Petroleum Limited on Friday said shortly commence it would start a farmout process on its Namibian interests.
Shares in Prospex Oil & Gas and United Oil & Gas soared on Friday as the companies announced a significant commercial gas discovery at the Podere Maiar appraisal well in the Po Valley region of Italy.
French President Emmanuel Macron said Britain would not gain access to EU markets, including lucrative financial services, unless it paid for them.
Funeral provider Dignity issued a profits warning on Friday as it said 2018 results would be slammed by a price war in the sector.
Shares in flooring and beds specialist Carpetright plunged on Friday as the company issued another profits warning and reported trading in its important post-Christmas period “significantly behind expectations”.
Fears of a partial government shutdown saw US stocks close lower on Thursday as weaker industrials also weighed on investors.
Shares in motor rescue and insurance group AA were under the cosh on Thursday as Barclays retained its 'overweight' stance on the group but slashed the price target to 200p from 270p as it lowered its 2019 EBITDA forecasts.
Barratt Developments and Swindon Council on Thursday said they had formed a joint venture to develop approximately 250 hectares of land with around 2,670 new homes over the next 20 years.
Pubs-to-coffee shop group Whitbread said third quarter group sales rose 0. 3% in tough market conditions, adding that the harsher UK environment and inflation would pose challenges in the year ahead.
French President Emmanuel Macron arrived in the UK for a summit with Prime Minister Theresa May on Thursday as Britain announced an extra £44. 5m to increase Channel border security.
Allowing developers to convert offices into housing without planning permission was “detrimental” to local communities and reduced affordable home availability, the Local Government Association (LGA) said on Thursday.
The boost from US tax cuts should provide a 4% earnings per share boost at infrastructure construction specialist Balfour Beatty, broker Numis said on Thursday.
The UK taxpayer will be on the hook to the tune of £200bn into the 2040s under private financing deals even if no new projects are agreed, the government's spending watchdog said on Thursday.
Balfour Beatty said US President Donald Trump's tax cuts will result in a one off £20m non-cash credit from the revaluation of US deferred tax liabilities.
The Renewables Infrastructure Group (TRIG) on Thursday said had bought the 41. 2 megawatt Irish Clahane wind farm and its 13. 8mw extension for €72m.
Real estate investment trust Tritax Big Box REIT on Thursday said it had bought a distribution centre in Cheshire for £36m.
Mining giant BHP said it was looking at offloading its US shale oil business either a trade sale, demerger or public offering.