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Pets at Home reported a rise in third-quarter sales on Tuesday as it said final guidance was unchanged.
London stocks were set for a firmer open on Tuesday, taking their cue from a record close on Wall Street after the Senate agreed a temporary deal that has ended the government shutdown.
London's FTSE 250 was up 0. 1% to 20,666. 65 in afternoon trade on Monday, with Ocado putting in an impressive performance.
London's FTSE 100 was down 0. 1% to 7,724. 81 in afternoon trade on Monday.
Tesco has announced plans to simplify its operational structures that will affect 1,700 jobs.
Deutsche Bank has taken an axe to its price target for Carpetright following the flooring specialist's profit warning on Friday.
AIM-listed Quadrise Fuels noted the recent movement in its share price on Monday and said it's not aware of any reason for the drop.
Juno Therapeutics was set to surge at the open on Monday after agreeing for Celgene to buy the shares in the biopharmaceutical group it does not already own for around $9bn in cash.
US futures pointed to a slightly weaker open on Wall Street on Monday as the government remained shut down.
London stocks stayed flat by midday on Monday as investors mulled the US government shutdown and sifted through a raft of corporate news, with bookmakers under the cosh amid speculation the government is planning a £2 maximum stake on betting machines.
RBC Capital Markets upgraded PageGroup to 'outperform' from 'sector perform' and lifted its price target to 640p from 490p, saying it "looks the best staffing play at this point".
Five-a-side football group Goals Soccer Centres said on Monday that 2017 profits are likely to be broadly in line with the lower end of market expectations, as it reported a drop in full-year like-for-like sales.
Platinum miner Lonmin swung to a bigger loss in 2017 as it took a hit from a $1. 05bn impairment charge.
Swiss luxury goods group Richemont has offered to buy the shares in Yoox Net-a-Porter it does not already own.
Gem Diamonds has recovered an "exceptional quality" 149 carat, D colour Type IIa diamond, with "excellent" shape, from the Letseng mine in Lesotho.
Dixons Carphone narrowed its full-year profit guidance on Monday as it announced the appointment of Alex Baldock as its new chief executive.
London stocks were flat in early trade on Monday as investors mulled the US government shutdown and sifted through a raft of corporate news, with bookmakers under pressure.
Workspace has exchanged contracts to buy five of the Centro Buildings in Camden, London, for £109m.
FTSE 100 catering company Compass said on Monday that changes to the US tax system will cut its effective tax rate from 26. 5% to around 24%.
Having rejected a £7bn hostile bid from Melrose Industries last week, GKN sought to highlight its potential as a standalone entity on Monday, lifting sales forecasts for its electric driveline (eDrive) business.