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Playtech found itself on the list of director buys on Friday, after its chief executive officer spent almost £0. 3m on shares.
Frasers Group was once again on both sides of the ledger on Thursday, after Mike Ashley exercised and settled a number of put options, and purchased further derivatives.
Frasers Group found itself on both sides of the ledger on Wednesday, after Mike Ashley settled a quarter-million share put option transaction.
Premier Foods found itself on both sides of the ledger on Tuesday, after it disclosed a share sale and two purchases made by one of its non-executive directors.
London Stock Exchange Group was well and truly at the top of the list of director sells on Monday, as it disclosed the details of the £2. 7bn sales made by Blackstone and Thomson Reuters last week.
Bank of Georgia was at the top of the list of director sells on Friday, after an entity linked to an independent non-executive director made two separate transactions.
CLS Holdings was at the top of the list of FTSE 350 director buys on Thursday, after a £1. 8m purchase was linked to its deputy chairman.
HSBC was at the top of the list of director buys on Wednesday, after two of its executives purchased shares under its 2011 share plan.
WPP was on the list of director sells on Tuesday, after its chief financial officer covered their statutory liabilities.
Trainline found itself on the list of director buys on Monday, after one of its non-executive directors was linked to a near-£25k transaction.
Wetherspoon was on the list of director sells on Friday, after the company disclosed a transaction worth more than £0. 14m made by its chief executive officer.
Among the big director purchases disclosed on Thursday was a pair of transactions worth more than £0. 27m made by a board member at Vietnam Enterprise Investments.
London Stock Exchange Group was once again at the top of the list of director sells on Wednesday, after a company linked to one of its directors offloaded more than £0. 75m of shares.
At the top of the list of FTSE 350 director sells on Tuesday was AstraZeneca, whose chief financial officer sold almost $1. 5m worth of the company’s American depositary shares.
London Stock Exchange Group was once again at the top of the list of director sells, after a company linked to one of its board members sold almost £0. 5m worth of shares.
Fitness facility operator the Gym Group was in focus on Thursday afternoon, after it disclosed five different share purchases.
Medical technology company Smith & Nephew disclosed two executive share sales on Wednesday, with its shares remaining flat after the announcement.
Livestock genetics company Genus saw its shares weaken on Tuesday afternoon after it announced the agreed reward arrangements for its incoming CEO, Jorgen Kokke.
Learning Technologies Group's chief financial officer, Kath Kearney-Croft, picked up some shares in the digital learning outfit.
Rentokil Initial said on Friday that chief executive Andy Ransom had disposed of 1. 025m ordinary shares in the FTSE 100-listed business services group.