Spirits distilling company Stock Spirits Group announced that momentum from its strong first half had carried on to the second, with the firm expecting results for the full-year to come in slightly ahead of expectations.
Ineon, the petrochemicals group owned by Jim Ratcliffe, has applied for a judicial review of the Scottish government's decision to ban fracking announced in October.
Brownfield land and property development firm Harworth Group returned another strong operational performance in the second half of its trading year.
Cybersecurity software provider Osirium Technologies confirmed that trading in the calendar year had continued to improve as hoped, and that results would be in line with market expectations.
Mark Newton-Jones, chief executive officer of children's retailer Mothercare, picked up 218,866 ordinary shares in the firm on Tuesday at a price of 45. 69p per share.
Carr’s said on Tuesday that trading is in line with the board’s expectations for the current financial year and “significantly ahead” of the previous year in both agriculture and engineering.
Wednesday sees UK industrial production, construction output and trade data, plus company updates from retailers Sainsbury's and SuperGroup/SuperDry, builder Taylor Wimpey and Tullow Oil.
Investec on Tuesday reiterated its 'buy' recommendation for Majestic Wines, saying 2018 was “increasingly becoming an inflexion point”, as the company reported Christmas trading figures.
Parliament has warned Barclays not to halt payouts to 80,000 customers who were mis-sold credit card plans or it could lead to customers being entitled to compensation of £200m.
Ferrexpo reported higher production of iron ore pellets in the fourth quarter, though the Ukraine-based company's output for 2017 was down on the previous year due to earlier maintenance of its pelletiser machine.
UK supermarkets had a very merry Christmas as they notched up the busiest shopping day ever recorded on the Friday before Christmas and in the run-up to the big day sold £1bn more groceries than the year before.
Lidl is opening its largest UK warehouse in Luton as part of the German discounter's £1. 45bn investment in growth to keep up its assault on the Big Four supermarkets.
Dechra Pharmaceuticals reported a jump in half-year revenue on Tuesday as it said changes to US taxes are expected to have a positive impact on the group.
Numis said it was upgrading its target share price on student accommodation provider Unite Group by 14% to 892p after the company reported strong final quarter fund valuations.
AIM-listed IndigoVision has confirmed the appointment of Pedro Simoes as chief executive officer with immediate effect.
Safestore hiked its dividend 20% after a strong trading year to end-October, with the self-storage group revealing a positive outlook for trading in the UK and France and a new development site in Paris.
Low-cost Central and Eastern Europe-focused airline Wizz Air has announced plans to make Austria the 44th country in its network by establishing base operations at Vienna Airport.
Tile specialist Topps Tiles reported a rise in first quarter like-for-like sales on Tuesday, although it struck a cautious note over the year ahead.
Recruiter Robert Walters posted a 22% rise in net fee income for the fourth quarter to the end of December, amid growth across all of its regions.
House builder Persimmon, where chief executive Jeff Fairbairn is set to rake in a £110m bonus, said full year pre-tax profits would be “modestly ahead” of expectations as it continued to benefit from the government's controversial help-to-buy scheme.