General Finance

Give Abcam a look after earnings beat

Give Abcam a look after earnings beat

Government spending cuts since the financial crisis have made life difficult for Abcam, a supplier of antibodies to medical researchers.

Hogg Robinson travels (too far) south

Hogg Robinson travels (too far) south

Corporate travel agent Hogg Robinson will make "slightly" less money than expected this year as it struggles against the strong pound.

Upside if Petropavlovsk seals bond deal

Upside if Petropavlovsk seals bond deal

There was rare excitement at gold-miner Petropavlovsk on Tuesday as investors seized on rising gold production.

Royal Mail parcel warning is major concern

Royal Mail parcel warning is major concern

Royal Mail's UK parcels revenue has fallen 1%, driven largely by increasing competition as rivals fight to fill capacity.

Good reasons to grab ARM Holdings

Good reasons to grab ARM Holdings

Investors have chased ARM Holdings' shares up 5% to 871p and there are good reasons why others should follow suit.

Ray of light at Dialight

Ray of light at Dialight

Dialight's latest update appears to offer grounds for optimism, although the road to recovery is rarely straightforward.

Time to back busy Babcock?

Time to back busy Babcock?

Babcock's first-quarter figures look good and full-year results should match forecasts, suggesting the sell-off is overdone.

Tesco swaps Clarke for Unilever's Lewis

Tesco swaps Clarke for Unilever's Lewis

Tesco boss Philip Clarke has fallen on his sword following yet another profits warning from the struggling supermarket.

Bad news for income seekers

Bad news for income seekers

A strong pound and lacklustre global economic recovery caused UK dividends to grow at their slowest pace in more than three years during the second quarter.

Tullow Oil draws blank at Lupus

Tullow Oil draws blank at Lupus

Tullow Oil has failed to turn up anything during its first stab at drilling licence PL507 in the Norwegian North Sea.

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