News And Announcements
Mineral exploration and mining company China Nonferrous Gold updated the market on operations at the Pakrut gold project it was currently mining in the Republic of Tajikistan on Friday.
Tungsten Corp, trading as Tungsten Network, has completed final testing with the Sistema di Interscambio tax authority in Italy to become a fully-registered intermediary for business-to-business electronic invoicing in that country, it announced on Friday.
MRS Services Group has secured a contract for the structural refurbishment of six front line excavators in upcoming shutdown projects, it announced on Friday.
Investors in software-as-a-service technology company Eagle Eye Solutions Group were told on Friday that its momentum seen in the year ended 30 June had carried over into the new financial year, as they gathered for the annual general meeting.
Hutchison China MediTech announced that the FALUCA trial did not meet the primary endpoint to demonstrate a statistically significant increase in overall survival compared to placebo on Friday.
Live Company announced on Friday that ‘Bricklive Brickosaurs’, a brand new LEGO brick touring show built by model-building company Bright Brights, would make its worldwide debut at Marwell Zoo from April to September next year, before touring around Europe.
Gusbourne announced on Friday that it has renewed its existing loan facility of £2. 03m with Barclays Bank for a further three years.
UK banks have shed two-thirds of their branch network in the past 30 years, instead ploughing millions into the Post Office to serve people’s basic banking needs, a new study from Which? has revealed.
Pennon said on Friday that its waste recycling business, Viridor, has upped its stake in UK waste-to-power plant the Runcorn I Energy Recovery Facility for £54. 5m.
RBS has dropped out of the Financial Stability Board's list of global systemically important banks, which should translate into lower funding costs for the lender.
Blackberry has agreed to buy artificial intelligence and cybersecurity company Cylance for $1. 4bn in cash.
Independent energy group Parkmead reported a 70% increase in full-year revenue on Friday as its gross profit more than trebled thanks to enhanced gas production in the Netherlands.
Ofcom has levied £13. 3m in fines against EE and Virgin Media, it announced on Friday, for overcharging phone and broadband customers who wished to leave their contracts early.
Telematics and data insight provider Trakm8 Holdings issued its unaudited results for the six months ended 30 September on Friday, reporting a 38% decline in group revenue year-on-year to £8. 84m.
Metal Tiger said on Friday that, further to its announcements on 18 July and 1 November, both MOD Resources and itself had agreed to waive the only remaining condition precedent to enable completion of the sale of Metal Tiger’s interest in the T3 Project.
Advanced computer vision technology company Seeing Machines has appointed Paul McGlone to head up its fleet division with effect from 19 November.
Renewable energy group Good Energy said on Friday that it traded slightly ahead of management expectations in the 10 months to the end of October, with continued strong cash generation.
Betting technology business Sportech announced a strategic alliance with iLottery provider Lot. to Systems (LOT. TO) on Friday and said it has entered exclusive negotiations with a view to buying the company.
Cigarette maker Imperial Brands said it was developing a version of electronic cigarettes that could be locked to prevent possible underage use, after a fresh US regulatory crackdown on vaping.
UK infrastructure group Kier Group said it was confident of meeting 2019 full year expectations, with results weighted towards the second half.