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Capita shares tumbled a day after it emerged that the company had failed to deliver thousands of cervical cancer screening letters to patients as part of a contract with NHS England.
AIM-listed Bellzone Mining said on Thursday that it could go bust if it's not able to secure fresh funding soon.
London's FTSE 100 was down 0. 6% to 6,989. 69, with UK-focused stocks under the cosh amid Brexit turmoil.
Manufacturing conditions in the Philadelphia region deteriorated more than expected in November, according to a survey released on Thursday.
Business conditions in the New York region unexpectedly improved in November, according to a survey from the New York Fed.
US stocks looked poised for gains at the open on Thursday following losses in the previous session, as the dollar surged against the pound, with investors still eyeing trade relations between the US and China.
London stocks were up but off earlier highs by midday on Thursday as the pound tumbled in the wake of Brexit Secretary Dominic Raab's resignation, with banks and housebuilders also hit by concerns about the EU divorce process.
Self-storage provider Safestore posted an 11. 3% rise in fourth-quarter revenue on Thursday as occupancy increased and the company sounded an upbeat note on the outlook.
Great Portland Estates announced plans on Thursday to buy back up to £200m of shares over the next 12 months as it posted a rise in first-half pre-tax profit.
Private hospital group Mediclinic posted a widening of its interim losses on Thursday on the back of a weak performance in Switzerland.
FTSE 250 asset manager Intermediate Capital Group surged on Thursday as it posted a rise in first-half assets under management, driven by strong inflows.
Bovis Homes said on Thursday that it continues to target record profits for this year, but warned that uncertainty about Brexit has put off discretionary homebuyers.
London stocks rose in early trade on Thursday, underpinned by solid gains in the mining sector as investors tried to take stock of the latest Brexit developments amid ministerial resignations.
Close Brothers hailed a solid start to the year on Thursday and said it remains well positioned for the remainder of the financial year.
Bodycote maintained its outlook for 2018 on Thursday as it posted a jump in revenue.
London stocks were set for a steady start on Thursday as investors took stock of all the latest news on Brexit.
Theresa May confronted her mutinous party with the threat of “no Brexit at all” after she forced her draft deal with the EU through a divided cabinet. Esther McVey, the welfare secretary, was believed to be on the verge of quitting last night after clashes at the end of a marathon five-hour meeting. She was shouted down by the chief whip and cabinet secretary after she demanded a vote by ministers on the deal. – The Times.
London's FTSE 100 was up 0. 2% to 7,065. 70 in afternoon trade on Wednesday as investors awaited the outcome of Theresa May's Cabinet meeting.
The European Commission has cleared packaging group DS Smith's proposed acquisition of Spanish rival Europac, which was announced back in June.
Deutsche Bank downgraded its stance on Direct Line to 'hold' from 'buy' on Wednesday and cut the price target to 370p from 390p as it reduced its earnings estimates on the back of higher-than-expected claims inflation, resulting in greater compression in margins.