Greatland Gold updated the market on recent exploration and development at its Havieron gold-copper project in the Paterson region of Western Australia on Thursday.
Wall Street stocks were in the green early on Thursday as investors digested this week's jobless claims report from the Labor Department.
AstraZeneca said on Thursday that a phase III trial of its capivasertib drug in combination with Faslodex (fulvestrant) had demonstrated a "statistically significant and clinically meaningful" improvement in progression-free survival in patients with hormone receptor (HR)-positive, HER2-low or negative, locally advanced or metastatic breast cancer.
London’s FTSE 100 was flat at 7,487. 43 in afternoon trade on Thursday.
The UK’s water regulator has slammed some of the country’s major providers over the size of dividend payments relative to their financial and operational performance.
Analysts at Deutsche Bank raised their target price on equipment rental company Ashtead from 4,000. 0p to 4,460. 0p on Thursday but said it was "still uncertain" on the stock.
Americans filed first-time unemployment claims at an accelerated clip in the week ended 3 December, according to the Labor Department, with initial jobless claims rising by 4,000 to 230,000, up from the prior week's upwardly revised print.
UK Home Secretary Suella Braverman has warned people to "think carefully" about flying this Christmas after UK Border Force staff voted in favour of industrial action.
Advertising giant WPP has announced the acquisition of Canadian commerce agency Diff for an undisclosed sum.
Hargreaves Lansdown announced the appointment of Dan Olley as its next chief executive officer and as an executive director on Thursday, to be appointed once he is released from his current obligations in 2023, and subject to regulatory approval.
Wall Street futures were in the green ahead of the bell on Thursday as investors awaited the publication of this week's jobless claims report from the Labor Department.
European shares were lower on Thursday as worries over a looming recession dampening sentiment.
London stocks were still a touch weaker by midday on Thursday as recession fears continued to weigh on sentiment.
Equity markets were mixed in Asia on Thursday, with Hong Kong’s benchmark index popping on rumours the city could soon ease some Covid-19 restrictions.
House prices fell across the UK last month, a closely-watched survey showed on Thursday, as higher borrowing costs and the weakened economic outlook weighed on sentiment.
The Financial Conduct Authority has slapped inter-dealer brokers BGC Brokers, GFI Brokers, and GFI Securities a total of £4. 77m for failing to ensure they had appropriate systems and controls in place to effectively detect market abuse.
Unilever is reportedly considering the sale of a portfolio of US ice cream brands that could be valued at as much as $3bn.
UBS downgraded London Stock Exchange Group to ‘neutral’ from ‘buy’ on Thursday and cut the price target to 8,500p from 9,000p as it argued that forex headwinds will more than offset improving execution and valuation.
Music and audio products group Focusrite said on Thursday that full-year pre-tax profits had fallen amid an uptick in costs.
Frasers Group reported a 12. 7% improvement in revenue in its first half on Thursday, to £2. 64bn, largely due to acquisitions.