London’s FTSE 100 was down 0. 6% at 7,192. 41 in afternoon trade on Monday.
London’s FTSE 250 was down 0. `19% at 22,941 in afternoon trade on Monday.
Wall Street futures were in the red ahead of the bell on Monday as bond yields headed north and Chinese GDP numbers disappointed.
London stocks were still in the red by midday on Monday as investors digested disappointing growth figures out of China.
European shares opened lower on Monday, as weak economic data from China fuelled worried about the pace of the post-pandemic recovery and rising oil prices hit airline stocks.
AI data analytics company Ixico said on Monday that full-year revenues were projected to have beat expectations despite falling shy of prior year comparatives.
Analysts at Berenberg reduced their target price for shares of GlaxoSmithKline from 1,625. 0p to 1,540. 0p, but stood by their 'buy' recommendation on the shares, pointing out that the company's exit from its Consumer healthcare division was now closer and arguing that the stock remained "fundamentally undervalued".
Battery metals and energy storage-focussed exploration and development company Corcel has completed a share purchase agreement with Australian-registered Resource Mining Corporation (RMI), it said on Monday, to acquire 100% of Niugini Nickel.
Electric vehicle charging company Pod Point said on Monday that it plans to raise £120m with an initial public offering on the London Stock Exchange.
Marketing and communications software-as-a-service (SaaS) provider Access Intelligence announced on Monday that the Australian Copyright Tribunal had delivered its decision in the proceedings brought by its recently-acquired subsidiary Isentia.
Consumer products manufacturer Supreme said on Monday that it had delivered a "strong performance" in the first half of the trading year.
Gold, copper and cobalt-focussed development company Red Rock Resources has made applications for five exploration permits through its wholly-owned Côte d'Ivoire subsidiary LacGold Resources, it announced on Monday.
Markets were in a mixed state in Asia as they closed on Monday, with investors digesting the latest data indicating the economic performance of the world’s second-largest economy, China.
Schroders confirmed a modest increase in its assets under management during its third quarter.
JPMorgan said on Monday that most investors are already braced for disappointments when it comes to earnings season.
IT firm Cloudcoco said on Monday that it had "continued to perform well" in the year ended 30 September, completing its "get well" and "get fit" despite ongoing Covid-related challenges in the period.
Cleaning and decontamination firm React said on Monday that it had secured a contract to provide specialist deep cleaning services on a regular basis to an existing Tier-1 customer in the rail sector.
Human resources and business services company Mind Gym said on Monday that it was expecting to report revenues of £24. 1m in its first half, which would make for constant currency growth of 76% year-on-year, and of 7% above the same period two years ago, pre-pandemic.
Philippines-focussed gold producer Metals Exploration sold 19,197 ounces of gold in its third quarter, it said on Monday, at an average realised price of $1,782 per ounce.
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