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10 Aug
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FTSE 100 movers: Tui bounces back but Evraz slumps on Russia sanctions

London’s FTSE 100 was down 1% to 7,662. 61 in afternoon trade on Friday, tracking broader losses amid worries about Turkey.

10 Aug
Director dealings: Sophos chief executive lowers stake

Kris Hagerman, chief executive of cybersecurity firm Sophos, disposed of 468,494 shares in the firm on Friday.

10 Aug
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US open: Stocks sent lower amidst fears of a financial crisis in Turkey

US stocks joined their European counterparts in the red on Friday amid concerns about the crisis in Turkey and how it might impact other markets.

10 Aug
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Friday broker round-up

Rolls Royce: JP Morgan downgrades to underweight with a target price of 965p.

10 Aug
Turkey's Erdogan entrusts country to divine providence amid currency rout

Turkey's President did not deliver any policy-relevant remarks on Friday, instead invoking God, telling an audience at a public rally he wanted to put their well-being in the Creator's hands.

10 Aug
GBGI gross written premium rises

GBGI Limited, an AIM-listed provider of international benefits insurance, said on Friday that it recorded year-over-year growth in its interim gross written premium.

10 Aug
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Volution revenues boosted by acquisitions

Volution Group said expected full-year results to be in line with the board's expectations as recent acquisitions boosted revenues.

10 Aug
Europe midday: Stocks take moderate hit as rout in Turkish assets gathers momentum

Stocks are under the cosh at the end of the week as the rout in Turkey's currency extends, although for the moment at least the reverberations throughout global capital markets appear to be rather limited.

10 Aug
Dropbox shares fall 10% despite reporting impressive earnings

Dropbox shares fell 10% in late trading on Thursday despite reporting positive earnings in its Q2 results after the company announced its chief operating officer Dennis Woodside would be stepping down.

10 Aug
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Pathfinder adds two new faces amid raft of personnel changes

Pathfinder Minerals’ shares stormed on Friday after it appointed Simon Farrell and Scott Richardson Brown as non-executive co-chairman and non-executive director respectively in a slew of board changes.

10 Aug
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Russia threatens to ban rocket engine supply to US in response to sanctions

Russia has threatened to restrict the sales of rocket engines to the United States in response to sanctions over a former Russian agent’s poisoning in the UK in March.

10 Aug
BlueRock Diamonds reaches agreement with former chief executive

BlueRock Diamonds said it had reached an agreement that will see former chief executive Riaan Visser's claim against one of the firm's subsidiaries be struck from the court roll.

10 Aug
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Vitec profits take off following Winter Olympics

Camera equipment maker Vitec received a boost from the PyeongChang Winter Olympics as first half operating profits rose 16. 7% to £25. 5m and revenues grew 16% to £183. 3bn.

10 Aug
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US pre-open: Stocks to follow Europe lower on Turkey worries; CPI eyed

US stocks looked set to follow their counterparts across the pond into the red on Friday amid concerns about the crisis in Turkey and how it might impact other markets.

10 Aug
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London midday: Turkey woes drag stocks lower; Q2 UK GDP in line

London stocks were still in the red by midday on Friday, tracking losses in Europe amid concerns about the impact of the Turkish crisis on European banks, even as the latest UK GDP reading showed that growth picked up as expected in the second quarter.

10 Aug
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Leeds Group sees profits fray in 'competitive environment'

Fabric importer Leeds Group on Friday confirmed that its profits took a big hit from difficult trading conditions, increased competition and negative currency issues.

10 Aug
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Turkish lira crashes amid EU contagion worries

The Turkish lira sank to record new depths as European traders got to work on Friday as concerns mounted about US economic sanctions and amid questions of how much the eurozone economy would be affected.

10 Aug
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Serinus Energy gears up for maiden revenue from Romanian asset

Serinus Energy expects to see gas sales from its Moftinu project in Romania begin in the coming weeks.

10 Aug
Global Invacom profits fall by 58% as site closure does damage

Satellite communications equipment provider Global Invacom on Friday reported that its profits before tax for the first half of the year more than halved in size after one-off costs took a toll.

10 Aug
LED lights
ProPhotonix shares tumble following downbeat trading update

LED and laser diode designer ProPhotonix shares tumbled in early trading after the AIM-listed firm revealed that its first-half earnings had declined.