Citi still sees potential in Sage Group despite the surprise profit warning last week, with the bank's conviction unchanged on its belief in the demand for the accounting software firm's products.
Biotherapeutics developer Avacta Group released its unaudited interim results for the period ended 31 January on Monday, reporting half-year revenues of £1. 5m - up 16% year-on-year - comprising £0. 7m from Avacta Life Sciences and £0. 8m from Avacta Animal Health.
Marble quarrying and finishing company Fox Marble announced on Monday that it has installed a new state-of-the-art computer numerical control (CNC) machine and a block vacuum pump machine in its processing factory in Pristine, Kosovo.
Specialist bank PCF announced on Monday that the total value of deposits it has accepted from retail customers has surpassed the £100m mark.
With the formal presentation of the EU’s current stance on the UK’s post Brexit trade relationship set for later this week, it appears Britain will be limited by its wish to leave the single market and customs union.
Upstream oil and gas company President Energy announced an accelerated programme of workovers and drilling activity at the Puesto Flores/Estancia Vieja Concession in Río Negro Province, Argentina on Monday.
US trading started on a positive note on Wall Street on Monday as investors turned their attention to corporate earnings, putting geopolitical concerns to one side after the US-led airstrikes in Syria over the weekend.
AIM-quoted exploration and development company Amur Minerals upped estimates on its global EBITDA for April after its Maly Kurumkon/Flangovy (MKF) drill programme at Kun-Manie, located in the far east of Russia, was opened up for a combination of open pit and underground mining.
Galliford Try completed its right issue on Monday as management look to reinforce the balance sheet in order to invest in growth.
Parliament has several options at its disposal in order to change the course of Brexit, an influential think tank said in a paper published on Monday.
London's FTSE 250 was down 0. 2% to 19,802. 10 in afternoon trade on Monday.
Tesla CEO Elon Musk told CBS the reason for the delays in producing the company's Model 3 vehicle was over reliance on robots.
London's FTSE 100 was down 0. 5% to 7,230. 68 in afternoon trade on Monday, weighed down by a stronger pound.
Business conditions in the New York region deteriorated more than expected in April, according to a survey from the New York Fed.
Rentokil: Deutsche Bank downgrades to hold with a target price of 310p.
Stocks are trading on a mixed note, amid a slump in oil prices after the missile strikes against Syria's chemical weapons programme failed to spark an escalation in tensions.
Sterling strength had further to run, Rabobank strategists said on Monday, but the loss of economic momentum in the British economy that was seen over the first quarter of the year and the prospect of tough Brexit talks, meant that the pound's path higher was not to be free of hurdles.
Sir Martin Sorrell has stepped down as chief executive officer of WPP with immediate effect, the advertising behemoth announced over the weekend.
Shire, for whom the boss of Japanese drug maker Takeda is reportedly readying a £35bn bid, has agreed to sell its oncology business to Servier for $2. 4bn in cash.
Markets in Asia finished mixed on Monday, as investors reacted to the launching of missile strikes on Syria by the US, the UK and France over the weekend.