Jaguar Land Rover is to move all production of its Discovery vehicle range from Solihull, England to Slovakia, to make way for the retooling of the factory to accommodate the assembly of electric vehicles, as well as gasoline and diesel versions.
These were the movements in some of the most widely-followed 10-year sovereign bond yields:.
Commodities were mostly lower at the start of the week, following the acrimonious end to the G-7 summit at the weekend that saw the US unexpectedly back-out of a joint communique in which the rest of the assembled economic powers committed to fighting against protectionism.
Analysts at Citi reiterated their 'buy' recommendation and 1040p target price for shares of Kaz Minerals on Monday, welcoming Non Ferrous China's decision to take a 19. 4% stake in the Koksay project, telling clients it would help to share the risks and capital expenditure arising from that next stage growth option.
Italian shares rallied against after the country's new finance minister indicated Rome was committed to the euro, helping investors to brush off an acrimonious end to the G-7 talks at the weekend, in Quebec.
Stocks have begun the week in a positive mood despite the acrimony evident between the US and its allies at the weekend G7 summit in Quebec, boosted by a rally in Italian shares after the country's Finance Minister said the country remained committed to the single currency.
Analysts at Deutsche Bank on Monday reiterated their ‘buy’ rating for shares in TalkTalk Telecom Group, stating that there is evidence that the company’s new and simpler strategy is "bearing fruit".
UK consumers could save up to £1. 6bn on their energy bills if the government backs the construction of more onshore wind farms.
Inmarsat's rejection of a takeover approach, but not an offer, from US rival Echostar provoked a buzz among investors, with some analysts sharing the some excitement but others cynical.
AIM-quoted software-as-a-service solutions provider Access Intelligence has seen its new Vuelio platform drive first-half growth and increase its net annual contract value by more than double.
Investors shrugged off an acrimonious G7 meeting at the weekend and weak readings on the economy thanks to positive 'chatter' ahead of Tuesday's historic summit between North Korean leader Kim Jong Un and US President Donald Trump and key central bank meetings later in the week.
1635: Italian 10-year bond yield just off its session lows, down by 30 basis points at 2. 83%.
Tuesday's UK jobs data is likely to be eclipsed by the Brexit debate in the House of Commons and the US-North Korea summit in Singapore, while investors may be more interested in trading updates from Bellway, Boohoo, British American Tobacco, Crest Nicholson and Halma.
Argo, a UK-Canadian venture, has its sights set on transforming crypto-mining with the launch of a new service aimed at addressing demand from users looking to cash in on the mining of digital currencies but have been put-off by the associated complexities and up-front costs.
Trading on Wall Street opened with small gains on Monday ahead of a jam-packed week that includes a historic meeting between Donald Trump and North Korea's Kim Jong Un and a policy announcement from the Federal Reserve.
Construction support and property services firm Mountfield Group reported on Monday that its profit doubled in 2017 as a result of strong revenue growth and reduced costs.
The White House has confirmed that discussions between the US and North Korea are progressing "more quickly than expected" ahead of Tuesday’s summit in Singapore.
Dale Solomon, chief operating officer of e-learning service Learning Technologies, disposed of more than 1m ordinary shares in the London-based firm on Monday, citing "family purposes".
London's FTSE 250 was up 0. 8% to 21,323. 87 in afternoon trade on Monday.
London's FTSE 100 was up 0. 7% to 7,730. 85 in afternoon trade on Monday, racking up healthy gains as the pound lost ground on the back of disappointing data, with all eyes on the Trump-Kim summit on Tuesday.