Big Technologies revealed on Tuesday that chief operating officer Charles Lewinton had offloaded 90,000 ordinary shares in the AIM-listed technology platform operator.
US markets rose on Tuesday with the Dow snapping a four-day losing streak as a raft of blue chips impressed the market with better-than-expected earnings.
London stocks reversed earlier losses to end up on Tuesday, boosted by a solid showing on Wall Street, but banks were under the cosh after a disappointing update from Barclays.
Online fashion retailer Asos said on Tuesday that its full-year results will be delayed by a week until 1 November, as its auditor PwC needs more time to complete planned testing.
European stock markets bounced back on Tuesday as worse-than-expected economic data cemented expectations that the European Central Bank (ECB) will hold interest rates steady at its next meeting on Thursday.
JPMorgan Cazenove reiterated its 'underweight' rating and 200. 0p target price on B&Q owner Kingfisher on Tuesday as it placed the shares on 'negative catalyst watch' ahead of its third-quarter trading update next month.
US business activity picked up a little in October, while inflationary pressures eased, according to a survey out on Tuesday.
Music rights owner Hipgnosis Songs Fund said on Tuesday that it had failed to receive a "superior offer" to Blackstone's in its recent 'Go-Shop' process.
Positive reactions to a bunch of big-name stocks were providing a lift on Wall Street on Tuesday, with Spotify, General Electric, Coca-Cola, Spotify, 3M and General Motors all beating expectations.
London’s FTSE 250 was down 0. 2% at 17,020. 25 in afternoon trade on Tuesday.
Analysts at Canaccord Genuity slashed their target price on payment processing and foreign exchange business CAB Payments from 585. 0p to 246. 0p on Tuesday after the group's "surprise and significant" negative trading update.
The Prudential Regulation Authority (PRA) has removed a limit on bonuses in the banking sector after finding that pay and "allowances" have been creeping up over the past decade.
London’s FTSE 100 was down 0. 1% at 7,366. 95 in afternoon trade on Tuesday.
Market research firm System1 said on Tuesday that second-quarter revenues had risen year-on-year, leading to improved interim gross profits.
General Motors posted better-than-expected third-quarter earnings on Tuesday but said it was pulling its annual guidance due to the impact of strikes.
Spotify delivered a return to profitability in the third quarter after user and subscriber numbers beat expectations and revenues grew ahead of guidance.
Electro-mechanical components manufacturer LPA Group said on Tuesday that it will restore its dividend, as it hailed a "stronger" second half, with both orders and revenue increasing.
Beowulf Mining updated the market on progress and its plans for the Kallak Iron Ore Project on Tuesday, alongside its wholly-owned Swedish subsidiary Jokkmokk Iron Mines.
Phoenix Copper updated the market on its 2023 Navarre Creek exploratory drilling programme in Idaho on Tuesday, as it assessed and analysed assay results from 28 reverse circulation (RC) drill holes.
Soft drink behemoth Coca-Cola topped expectations on quarterly earnings and revenue in its latest report on Tuesday, with earnings per share coming in at 74 cents.
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