Some of the main news-driven share changes at 4.00pm
() up 13% to 7.91p. Directors buy more shares in the mobile commerce tech group with the chairman, chief executive and non-exec all topping up at between 7p and 7.5p per share.
PLC () up 11% to 925p. Bullish trading update with profits this year to be in line but company more hopeful for 2017.
PLC () down 5% to 2.25p. The European non-life insurance company has appointed William Dewsall as interim executive chairman following the resignation of Jost Pilgrim.
() down 4% to 76.5p. Lebanese restaurant group shares ease lower despite rises in earnings and sales.
Some of the main news-driven share changes at 2.00pm
PLC (LONL XEL) up 9% to 7.5p. Hurricane Energy’s well update today sparks all North Sea independent oil and gas explorers into life.
() up 9% to 28.6p Another North Sea winner today as the whole sector is re-rated upwards.
PLC () up 4% to 962p. Interim results were as expected and from FTSE 250 pub chain was reasonably upbeat about the rest of the year.
() down 13% to 6p. Philippines-based gold miner is lower after funding yesterday that raised US$6.4mln to tide it over until revenues start later this month.
PLC () down 8% to 0.16p. The tech company investor raises £400,000 through the issue of convertible unsecured loan notes to certain shareholders.
() down 8& to 2.65p. Oil explorer dips again on heavily discounted fund raising yesterday to raise £560,000 for exploration in Cameroon.
Some of the main news-driven share changes at 9.30am.
Hurricane Energy PLC (), up 40% to 34.3p. .
PLC (), up 32% to 20.15p. Told investors it was selling off its (UK) Limited and Callscripter Limited businesses for a total sum of £6.7mln, and would offer shareholders a special dividend of £1mln once the disposal is completed.
PLC (), up 12% to 0.9p. Said in an update this morning that production remains strong and that it was close to settling recent litigation with Running Foxes Petroleum.
PLC (), down 20% to 1.59p. Released an exploration update for its joint venture with Alrosa in Botswana where it said drilling on pipe AK21 “produced inconclusive results”.
(), down 16% to 7.25p. The Aegean-focused travel group .
(), down 9% to 20.6p. Reported its interims on Friday and posted a loss after tax of £0.58mln after turning a slight profit last year.