The calendar for regularly-scheduled economic events is exceedingly light on Tuesday, with the main releases expected to be the US Federal Housing Finance Agency and S&P Case-Shiller's home price indices for the month of September.
Leading athlete representation and sports marketing business TLA Worldwide appointed FTI Capital Advisors as its new financial adviser on Monday as part of a strategic review.
The Labour party has pledged to "turn off the tap" that sells-off utilities for private profit and to set up publicly-owned transparent water companies run by local councils, workers and customers.
Corrugated packaging group Smurfit Kappa has handed over full responsibility for its Venezuelan operations to the government there and will write down net assets of around €60m as a result.
Home safety products company FireAngel has been appointed as the exclusive supplier of smoke and heat alarms to St Leger Homes, it announced on Monday.
Specialist electronic products and components company APC Technology Group confirmed on Monday that its unaudited full year results to 31 August were expected to be in line with management expectations.
Secure transaction and banknote technology firm Spectra Systems reported an increase in first-half revenue on Monday on the back of a large customer order.
Biotherapeutics company 4D Pharma announced positive top-line results for its Phase 1b study of ‘Thetanix’ in paediatric patients with Crohn’s disease on Monday.
Randgold Resources has agreed to nil-premium merge with larger Canadian rival Barrick Gold to create the largest gold mining company in the world.
Tour operator Thomas Cook warned that profits for the full year would be lower than expected after the long, hot UK summer created fiercer than usual industry competition in the 'lates' market.
Sky urged its shareholders on Monday to accept a takeover offer from US cable company Comcast after it outbid Rupert Murdoch’s 21st Century Fox for the London-listed broadcaster.
EasyHotel announced on Monday that it has opened five new sites and conditionally acquired a 999-year lease on a site in Blackpool.
Versace is on the cusp of agreeing a deal to be ought by US fashion giant Michael Kors in a deal that values the Italian fashion house at $2bn, according to reports.
Gama Aviation kept faith with its full-year expectations on Monday even though the business aviation services company’s first-half profits plummeted.
Hosted managed and cloud computing services provider Nasstar announced its unaudited interim results for the six months ended 30 June on Monday, with revenue up 6% year-on-year to £12. 5m.
Albert Technologies issued its results for the six months ended 30 June on Monday, reporting continued progress in deploying its artificial intelligence marketing platform ‘Albert’ as a software-as-a-service (SaaS) product for brands and agencies during the period.
Germany-focussed branded business parks operator Sirius Real Estate announced the appointment of Daniel ‘Danny’ Kitchen to its board as non-executive chairman with immediate effect on Monday.
Allied Minds announced on Monday that its subsidiary, Spin Transfer Technologies, had appointed John Kispert as the independent chairman of its board of directors.
Ceres Power Holdings confirmed on Monday that, further to its announcement on 21 August, 5,973,660 new ordinary shares have been allotted to Robert Bosch at the then-agreed subscription price of 150. 8p, and were expected to be admitted to trading on AIM on 25 September.
Life sciences software company Instem saw its shares climb on Monday after swinging to a first-half profit on the back of impressive order growth.