Below are the main news-driven share price movements at 4pm.
Kimberly Enterprises (LON:KBE) up 340%. The company has allowed the purchaser of the two Canadian residential development plots extra time to complete the transaction. As a result, the C$2mln deposit will become non-refundable.
Spire Healthcare (LON:SPI) down 13.9%. The company lowered its full-year revenue guidance and after a weak quarter to October. The NHS Local contract business was particularly weak, the firm said.
Motive Television (LON:MTV) down 11.9%. The app-maker began taking pre-orders on Thursday for TabletTV Plus, an app which allows people to watch TabletTV programming on their televisions.
Halfords (LON:HFD) down 8.9%. The company is hoping to revive its bike sales, which disappointed in the first half due to bad weather and price-cutting by rivals. The chain blamed this for a dip of almost 6% in first-half pre-tax profit to £46.4mln, as all areas apart from cycling grew.
Below are the main news-driven share price movements at 1pm.
Turbo Power (LON:TPS) up 25%. The electric motor specialist shot higher as its major shareholder waived all of its debt and outstanding interest.
Synairgen (LON:SNG) up 10.6%. The company’s directors topped up their stakes, buying around 2.5% of the company collectively.
AB Dynamics (LON:ABDP) up 9.7%. The company, which makes and supplies advanced test beds for cars, said profits surged more than 40% in the year just gone, while there is already enough in the order pipeline to see it through to the third quarter of 2016.
Rolls-Royce (LON:RR.) down 22.9%. The company warned on profits, forecasted sharply weaker demand for its engines next year, and said it may have to scrap its dividend.
Communisis (LON:CMS) down 15.2%. The customer service provider said earnings per share for the year will be below hopes, as Life, the shopper marketing agency bought in January, continues to struggle.
Morgan Advanced Materials (LON:MGAM) down 12.7%. Trading conditions in China and North America have weakened since its half year, and its order book has reflected this. Profit will be in the lower end of expectations.
Below are the main news-driven share price movements at 9.30am.
Starcom (LON:STAR) up 15%. The security technology specialist has inked a joint venture partnership with US-based Sato Global Solutions. Sato will act as Starcom’s US distributor, and both companies will share technologies.
Parallel Media Group (LON:PAA) up 10.5%. Its music division has secured the underwriting for the 2016 Classic Rock Roll of Honour music event in Tokyo.
Digital Globe (LON:DGS) up 9.5%. At the company’s annual general meeting, Jeff Cox, chief executive, is scheduled to say that the strong trading from last year has continued into the first quarter, and the company is in line with expectations.
Oilex (LON:OEX) down 27.2%. Shares in the company have been suspended in Australia. Last night, The company said it is in dispute with Zeta Resources, a company which had previously agreed to invest US$16.3mln into the company. It also flagged possible delays to the planned two well drill programme at the Cambay field, in India.
Ubisense (LON:UBI) down 18%. Its factory safety division has been hit by the VW scandal which has resulted in delays and cancellations of certain contracts. Due to these unforeseen circumstances, there is a risk of a material revenue and subsequent profit shortfall against previous guidance for 2015.