Below are some of the main news-driven share price movements a 4pm.
The Mission Marketing Group (LON:TMMG) up 11.8%. Trading during first six months of the current year was better than expected with double digit growth in revenue and profit.
FTSE 350: Mitchells & Butlers (LON:MAB) up 4.8%. The Harvester and Ember Inn chain owner was upgraded to ‘add’ from ‘hold’ by Numis Securities, which said the 18% fall in share price over the last few weeks was far enough.
FTSE 350: ARM Holdings (LON:ARM) down 6.9%. The chip maker announced higher first half profit but said it expected only a small rise in second quarter industry-wide revenue. Also hit by slide in Apple shares as the iPhone maker is a big customer.
Below are some of the main news-driven share price movements at midday.
FTSE 350: Marston’s (LON:MARS) up 2.9%. The brewer said like-for-like sales in its destination and premium pub business in the 41 weeks to July 18 rose 1.7%.
Tungsten Corp (LON:TUNG) down 16.48%. Full year revenues rose and results were slightly higher than expected according to analysts, but shares eased as losses widened.
Geong International (LON:GNG) down 16.29%. The company warned there will be a delay in recovering revenues and said the market in China remains challenging.
Below are some of the main news-driven share price movements at 9am.
Cluff Natural Resources (LON:CLNR) up 27%. It is likely that this is a delayed reaction to Monday’s news that significant progress has been made to accelerate the development of its underground coal gasification assets in the Southern North Sea.
Weatherly (LON:WTI) up 13.3%. The company said mining acceleration at Tschudi is ahead of schedule with production ramping up.
FTSE 350: easyJet (LON:EZJ) up 4.1%. The company saw better than expected revenue per seat in the third quarter despite French ATC strike action and a fire at Fiumicino causing a combined 1,364 cancelled flights.
MyCelx (LON:MYX) down 63.5%. The company said challenging conditions in the oil & gas sector will continue into the second half of the year. It added that a major project it had hoped to win had not progressed.
FTSE 350: TalkTalk Telecom (LON:TALK) down 6.6%. Shareholders fled despite a strong first quarter update after the company said the broadband market was softer than we have seen in recent quarters due to increased competition.