Shares in Desire Petroleum were absolutely rocketing on Thursday, after it thrilled the market with news of an oil discovery in the Falkland Islands.
London's leading share index enjoyed another day of bumper gains on Thursday, with investors' optimism fuelled by hopes of ECB plans to contain the eurozone's debt crisis.
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TUI Travel offers the big-name news on Thursday, with a smattering of other firms readying themselves to update the markets.
The board of embattled Nighthawk Energy stepped in front of its baying shareholders today... who had plenty to say. Fiona Bond reports from inside the AGM.
A former Deloitte Tax LLP partner and his wife were yesterday charged by the Securities and Exchange Commission for insider trading in violation of the US federal securities laws.
The latest figures from Nationwide show house prices fell again last month, but the building society believes there's little downward pressure on prices.
Valiant Petroleum was on the front foot today after it said it was on course to deliver oil production levels at the upper end of its guidance for 2010.
Barclays Capital - the investment arm of banking giant Barclays - is set to trim hundreds of jobs over the next couple of months.
Oil explorer Gulf Keystone Petroleum thrilled investors today, as it announced drilling has commenced at its Shaikan-2 appraisal well in Kurdistan.
Full-year profits at Thomas Cook fell in the 12 months to end-September, hit by a poor summer and planned winter capacity cuts.
Flying into view on the latest small cap round-up are, amongst others, Borders & Southern Petroleum, Nighthawk Energy and Verona Pharma.
Prudential chief executive Tidjane Thiam highlighted Asia as the cornerstone of a plan to drive the life insurance group's profits strongly forward over the next two years at an investor conference.
Cost-cutting measures helped accountancy software firm Sage notch up decent gains in full-year pre-tax profit.
London's benchmark share index offered investors plenty of winter cheer on Wednesday, boosted by Portugal's successful bond sale combining with upbeat economic data and higher commodity prices.
The theory suggests performance fees for fund managers align their interests with investors. In practice, Andrew Pitts isn't so sure.
If you're looking to get away this Christmas, you could do worse than check The Economist's Big Mac index to see which countries offer more for your pound.
Those turning to the corporate calendar for some non-snow related excitement may be disappointed on Wednesday, with Thomas Cook among a handful of firms set to report.
Contagion fears hit the euro on Tuesday, as investors showed they weren't convinced the bail out for Ireland would contain the debt woes of the eurozone.
China has become a force to be reckoned with on the global mining stage, and with 2011 almost upon us, its ferocious momentum shows little signs of stopping, reports Fiona Bond.
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