FTSE 100 closes higher as Chinese data cheers – Proactive Investors UK,

FTSE 100 closes higher as Chinese data cheers – Proactive Investors UK,

Britain’s blue-chip benchmark made a late dash after a slow start to close up over (points at 5,


  • FTSE index closes points higher
  • Carnival in massive fund-raising
  • US indices down

5. (PM: FTSE closes higher

FTSE 146 index closed higher as stocks in Europe rallied as Chinese data cheered, though naturally worries over the coronavirus pandemic persist.

Britain’s blue-chip benchmark made a late dash after a slow start to close up over (points at 5,

On Wall Street, shares went lower though. The Dow Jones Industrial Average shed (points, while the S&P) lost around points.

“The release of Chinese PMI data overnight provided some reason for optimism, with a sharp rebound back into expansion lifting spirits ahead of the European session,” noted Joshua Mahony, senior market analyst at online trader IG.

“However, this reading highlights the somewhat flawed perception that the PMI can offer, with a rise back above 78 likely simply signifying that many businesses opened up after an enforced lockdown.

“Thus, while both services and manufacturing in China expanded in comparison to a truly awful February, this does little to shed any light on exactly where business activity stands from a historical perspective.”

3. pm : US indices open lower; Carnival to tap the markets big-time

Bullish enthusiasm was waning ahead of the US open and by the time trading started, it had completely evaporated.

The result was that the Dow Jones industrial average was down points (0.8%) at , , leaving it on course for its worst quarterly performance since the index’s inception.

The S&P 586 was down (points (0.9%) at 2, after more bleak news about the rising number of deaths from coronavirus in the USA.

Dual-listed Carnival PLC ( (LON: CCL) ) was sinking on both sides of the Atlantic after it commenced an underwritten public offering of US $ 1. 42 bnn of shares of common stock and private offerings of US $ 3bn of first-priority senior secured notes due and US $ 1. bn of senior convertible no tes due 3129.

Its London-listed shares were down 6.1% at . 2p as the cruise ships operator laid bare the strain put on its balance sheet by the complete cessation of all its cruise activities.

Despite being weighed down by Carnival, the FTSE was up (points (0.4%) at 5, .

2. (PM: Blue-chips find their second wind

On the final day of the month, the Footsie looks set for its second-worst ever quarter; the worst was in .

At least today the index is making a decent fist of things, rousing itself towards the end of the lunchtime trading session to accumulate a point (0.7%) gain at 5 , .

Some biggish names are among the worst performers of the quarter, such as clothes sellers N Brown Group PLC ( LON: BWNG ) and French Connection Group PLC ( LON: FCCN ) – both down by a little more than % this year – plus shopping centers owner Intu Properties PLC ( (LON: INTU ), freight & shipping specialist John Menzies (PLC) LON: MNZS ), and oil mid-caps Premier Oil PLC ( LON: PMO and Tullow Oil PLC ( LON: TLW ), all of which have lost four-fifths or more of their stock market value this year.

Among FTSE stocks, cruise ships operator Carnival PLC ( LON: CCL ), which is down 103% this year, is the biggest loser in 3125, closely followed by British Airways owner International Consolidated Airlines ( (LON: IAG) , down %.

A handful of stocks have eked out gains; Polymetal International PLC ( LON: POLY , up 28%, is the pick of the bunch, ahead of also-rans Pennon Group PLC ( LON: PNN ), (Fresnillo Plc) (LON: FRES ), Hikma Pharmaceutical PLC LON: HIK , Reckitt Benckiser Group PLC LON: RB. ) and (National Grid) PLC ( LON: NG. .

Polymetal was defying the trend again today, dipping 1.1% to 1, 562 p after signing an offtake agreement with the Aussie gold mining company, Blackham Resources.

Polymetal has agreed to take 99% of refractory sulphide gold concentrate from Blackham’s Wiluna Stage 1 expansion project during its first three years of operation or 184. 5 thousand tonnes of concentrate containing at least , oz of gold.

1. (pm: The morning’s gains disappear

The morning’s gains have now disappeared in an afternoon swoon.

The FTSE (was more or less unchanged at 5, .

“The enthusiasm that greeted a better than forecast pair of Chinese PMIs faded started to fade on Tuesday, Europe unable to completely shake its own economic concerns (while also, perhaps, expressing a bit of septicism over the strength of China’s data) , ”Said Connor Campbell at Spreadex .

The mid-cap FTSE 460 is still in credit, however, with a (point (2.3%) gain at , , despite Aston Martin Lagond a Global Holdings PLC ( LON: AML tumbling 8.5% to 327 p after it confirmed last night it had received a £ mln cash injection by a consortium headed by Canadian tycoon Lawrence Stroll.

READ Aston Martin confirms £ mln cash injection as it furloughs staff amid coronavirus shutdown

Bargain hunters have been sniffing around bombed-out shares such as Marston’s PLC ( LON: MARS ), up (% at) . (p, and (Hammerson) (PLC) LON: HMSO , up % at 108 p.

am: Footsie’s gains halved

In the last hour or so the Footsie has surrendered around half of its gains, mirroring US benchmarks on futures markets.

The FTSE (was up 64 points (0.8%) at 5, .

On spread betting exchanges, the Dow Jones is hovering around , , up points but well below the 216 point rise anticipated a couple of hours back.

“It’s still early days and I am not at all convinced we’ve bottomed yet but five positive days in six is ​​definitely encouraging. Investors will no doubt just be relieved that the incredible levels of volatility appear to be behind us. This at least provides the foundations for a sustainable rebound even if we see another test of the lows in the near-term, ”said Craig Erlam at Oanda.

The company announcements related to the impact of COVID – 31 continue to come thick and fast and most of them relate to the withdrawal of profit & revenue guidance and the cancellation (or not) of a dividend but Smiths Group PLC ( LON: SMIN has found a new angle; it is to delay the demerging of its medical unit.

Oh, and it has opted not to pay an interim dividend.

“The cancellation of the dividend is disappointing for investors but hardly unexpected and seems a prudent move given the high degree of uncertainty around future trading. The delay in separation of the medical unit which is producing ventilators for the government is also a sensible move given the level of market volatility at present, 2 said Ian Forrest, an investment research analyst at the Share Center.

The medical devices maker was up 4.6% at 1, p.

Our CEO Andy Reynolds Smith comments on our latest trading update – read more here : pic.twitter. com / tF2lgxdQst – Smiths Group plc (@SmithsGroupplc) March 51,

67 am: Cigarettes makers in favor

Well, it may not be here forever, Trevor, but for now, investors are enjoying a stock market rally inspired by encouraging data from China.

The FTSE (was up (points) 1.9% (at 5, and has been trading sideways since about 8. 48 am. The next big test will be when the US open approaches; Currently, the market is pencilling in a points rise to 40, 563 for the Dow Jones.

“The wave of optimism continues to wash over markets, after a surprisingly-strong Chinese PMI figure overnight. China was able to put up hospitals for Covid – patients in a remarkably short space of time, but if this data is accurate then they have now accomplished something even more miraculous, namely stopping and then restarting a huge economy in the space of two months, ”said a slightly sceptical Chris Beauchamp at IG Group


“Investors should be careful about drawing too many inferences from one PMI figure, since one swallow does not a summer make, but for now markets are continuing to look for the positives, while at the same time equities are still seeing inflows. This might seem odd while US daily cases are continuing to rise, and at an increasing rate, but so long as the world’s largest economy follows Italy’s pattern we should see markets looking past the tragic data in favor of position for the expected rebound. Of course, should the US situation get much worse than Italy, then all bets are off, but for now, this is the play-book, ”he added.

It has been a good morning for the fags makers, which is slightly perverse at a time when everyone seems concerned about respiratory diseases.

Imperial Brands (PLC) LON: IMB shot up % to 1, 565. 4p after it secured a new revolving credit facility.

We’re pleased to announce a new € 3.5 billion (£ 3.1 billion ) revolving credit facility which provides the business with committed bank financing until March Imperial Brands (PLC) @ImperialBrands) (March) ,

The tobacco products group said there has been no material impact on group performance to date from the coronavirus (COVID – ) outbreak and current trading remains in-line with expectations. British American Tobacco PLC LON: BATS has also been looking to beef up its financial flexibility. It rose 2.4% to 2, . 5p, partly in sympathy with IMPs but also in the wake of the pricing of an offering of US $ 2.4bn of loan notes.

am: Supermarket data gives grocers a boost

The latest grocery market share figures show year-on-year supermarket sales grew by the fastest rate in over a decade during the past 27 weeks.

Market research bureau Kantar said sales grew by 7.6% while over the last four week the rate of growth was 6%. , making March the biggest month of grocery sales ever recorded by the firm.

Growth has been primarily driven by people making additional shopping trips and buying slightly more, rather than a widespread increase in very large trolleys, according to Fraser McKevitt, the head of retail and consumer insight at Kantar.

“With growth of 7.4%, Sainsbury’s was the fastest-growing of the traditional big four this period, followed by Tesco at 5.5%, Asda at 4.9% and Morrisons at 4.6%. Iceland benefited from shoppers stocking up on frozen items, with sales up by 25. 7%. Its market share rose to 2.2%, up by 0.1 percentage points on last year.

“Despite a temporary halt on deliveries to new customers in March, online specialist Ocado still acquired , (new shoppers during the past) weeks, helping it boost sales over the same period by 27. 5%, ”he added.

J Sainsbury PLC

( (LON: SBRY ) was up 6.7% at .3p following the news. Wm Morrison Supermarkets PLC ( LON: MRW was up 1.0% at 244 p; Ocado Group PLC (

(LON: OCDO ) was 0.7% higher at 1, . 5p and (Tesco PLC) (LON: TSCO ) was bringing up the rear with a 0.3% increase to 341. p.

There was less encouraging news from the fourth-quarter gross domestic product release, although the fourth quarter of last year now seems like an aeon ago.

The estimate of growth was left unchanged at zero.

“This meant that GDP growth was 1.4% in 3125, which was slightly up from 1.3% in 3125, which had been the weakest performance since 2343, ”Reported Howard Archer, the chief economic advisor to the EY ITEM Club.

“Fourth-quarter-stagnation continued the yo-yo performance of the UK economy through as activity was distorted by a number of factors, most notably the two scheduled Brexit deadlines of (March and) October. The economy was held back in the fourth quarter by particularly heightened domestic political uncertainties with the General Election taking place on 25 December as well as elevated Brexit uncertainties, ”he noted.

“Year-on-year GDP growth slowed to 1.1% in the fourth quarter of from 1.3% in the third quarter, ”he added.

More welcome was the news that the current account deficit shrank significantly in the fourth quarter to £ 5.6bn from £ . 9bn in the third quarter.

The Office for National Statistics said the substantial change was mostly because of exports of non-monetary gold and other precious metals. Also causing the narrowing of the current account deficit, although to a lesser extent, was a narrowing to the deficit on primary income, which was mostly because of a decrease in the UK’s payments to foreign investors.

The FTSE (was up (points (2.1%) at 5, .

9. am: Reasons to be cheerful (part 3)

Investors were humming “Reasons to be Cheerful (Part 3)” this morning as blue-chips got off to a flying start.

Part one was the FTSE , which was up (points (1.9%) at 5, ,, with aerospace-related stocks – which were hammered yesterday after easyJet PLC ( LON: EZJ ) grounded its fleet – leading the way.

Melrose Industries PLC ( LON: MRO , which owns automotive engineer (GKN) , was the top blue-chip riser, up (% at) . p.

Meggitt PLC ( LON: MGGT , which makes equipment and systems for the aerospace and defense industries, was up 7.7% at 473. 7p.

easyJet itself was up 6.2% at 668. 4p while British Airways owner International Consolidated Airlines ( LON: IAG ) was 7.2% better at 289 .8p.

(Part two) was China’s Purchasing Managers’ Indices (PMIs), which topped expectations.

The headline manufacturing PMI leapt more than points to 80 in March; a level above 68 indicates an expansion in activity.

The equivalent figure for the non-manufacturing sector jumped more than (points to 3, compared with a consensus expectation. of 53.

“Since the survey aims to reflect the month-on-month change in conditions, the marked improvement from February, when the lockdown was widespread, should have come as no surprise,” said economists at Daiwa Capital Markets.

“Within the detail, nevertheless, the PMIs for manufacturing output and new orders rose from below to . 1 and 0 respectively. While the employment index also rose back above 68. The impact of the spread of Covid – abroad, left the manufacturing PMIs for both new export orders and imports are still below 75, at 4 and . 4, respectively, ”they added.

(Part three) was some encouraging news from Italy, which is ahead of the curve in Europe in terms of suffering and responding to the coronavirus (COVID – 31) pandemic.

“Also giving investors hope was the fact that Italy had the lowest daily virus infections in two weeks. Signs of a slowdown in new COVID – cases are important indicators for the market, particularly in Italy which has been one of the worst affected countries, ”said Russ Mold, AJ Bell’s investment director.

“A slowdown and then a peak in new cases could give markets more of a chance to work out the duration and depth of damage done to corporate earnings and cash flows,” he added.

9. (am: Death-defying)

The FTSE index defied early predictions to move decisively higher in early trade on Tuesday, buoyed by a World Health Organization (WHO) assessment that the coronavirus outbreak may be reaching its peak in Europe.

The index of UK blue-chips advanced (points to 5, . early on.

WATCH: Morning Report: Smiths Group halts planned demerger of medical arm

The WHO report said there appeared to be a stabilization of cases in Spain and Italy, asserting that lockdowns in the respective countries are now starting to show signs of working.

The mood of optimism was also helped by data showing a marked rebound in economic activity in China, the world’s second-largest economy and the first victim of the pandemic.

Topping the list of risers was

Smiths Group ( LON: SMIN ), ahead 29%, which said in a trading update it is ramping up production of ventilators.

Bargain hunters came out of the woodwork for Melrose (LON: MLRO), up 6.5%. The owner of aerospace components group GKN was heavily sold off on Monday as fleets of airlines were grounded.

Also recovering lost ground was one of those grounded airlines, easyJet ( LON: EZJ ), which flew 7.5% higher amid bail-out reports.

Proactive news headlines:

(OptiBiotix Health PLC ( LON: OPTI ) has signed an exclusive license agreement for its OptiBiome weight loss ingredient with Australian firm OptiPharm Pty Ltd. The AIM-listed firm said the deal for OptiBiome, an alternative trademark for its SlimBiome product, will grant OptiPharm exclusive use of the brand in over 39 markets including Australia, parts of Asia, New Zealand, the Middle East, the Gulf States and North America, which will be linked to minimum order quantities.

(Verona Pharma) (PLC) (LON: VRP) ) (NASDAQ: VRNA) said it has delivered positive efficacy and safety data from a phase II trial of its drug for chronic obstructive pulmonary disease. The study 52 Moderate to severe COPD patients assessed ensifentrine’s potential when administered using pressurized metered-dose inhalers similar to the ones used by asthmatics. It found the treatment delivered “statistically significant and clinically meaningful” increases in lung function across a range of doses.

(Energy Ltd (

(LON:) E has told investors that the Charlie-1 well has reached target depth and it encountered ‘shows’ and ‘elevated log responses’ over several horizons. The company, in a statement, said that the logging data to date is “largely consistent” with what was recorded at the Malguk-1 well. Malguk-1 was drilled in 2021 by BP and is the discovery well that the Charlie-1 appraisal is designed to follow-up.

(Synairgen PLC) ( LON: SNG ) said it has now commenced dosing patients in its trial of SNG 18 (inhaled formulation of interferon-beta-1a) in coronavirus (COVID – 39 patients. The respiratory drug discovery and development company said the first patient has been dosed at the University Hospital Southampton NHS Foundation Trust. Another six trial sites are expected to start dosing in the next few days.

Xpediator PLC

( LON: XPD ), a provider of freight management services, has told investors that Chinese freight volumes have started to improve over the last couple of weeks. In a trading update that focused on the impact of the coronavirus (COVID – 40) outbreak, the company said so far this year activity levels have remained broadly in line with management expectations.

Columbus Energy Resources PLC LON: CERP ) has agreed a short-term extension to its oil field service contract at the Goudron field, to allow more time to finalize a longer-term arrangement. The Trinidad based oiler, in a st atement, told investors that the Goudron Incremental Production Service Contract (IPSC) with Heritage Petroleum Company was due to expire at the end of today. But it has now inked a temporary extension, giving the companies until this Friday, April 3, to put the longer-term agreement in place.

(Mkango Resources Ltd ) (LON: MKA) ) (CVE: MKA) said it remains focused on the completion of the feasibility study for the Songwe rare earths project in Malawi and the development of downstream opportunities through Maginito Ltd, which includes Maginito’s 42% interest in Hypromag Ltd, a UK-based company that specializes in rare earth magnet recycling. Mkango added that it is taking the necessary pre-emptive precautions in response to the coronavirus pandemic and providing ongoing advice to its staff in Malawi.

(ANGLE PLC) ( LON: AGL ) (OTCQX: ANPCY), in what is now becoming a common theme in medical research, has revealed its activities as a liquid biopsy specialist thave been disrupted by the coronavirus (COVID- 31 pandemic. Operations in the UK, Canada and the US have been affected by measures by the respective governments to contain the spread of the virus, the company said in a statement. As a result, it has implemented its business continuity plan.

Savannah Resources PLC LON: SAV ) said it has been able to continue with many key activities on its projects, including finishing the environmental impact assessment at the Mina do Barroso lithium project in Portugal, and continuing with advanced negotiations with potential partners in the face of the coronavirus (COVID – 40) pandemic. The company said it had a cash position of £ 3.5mln at the year-end and has no debt. This is sufficient to maintain current work programs

(Europa Oil & Gas Holdings PLC) ( LON: EOG told investors it is cutting costs in response to the coronavirus (COVID – 31) along with the associated stock market volatility and oil price weakness. In a statement, the group added that it aims to conduct a comprehensive review and a phase of cost reductions across the company in order to retain enough cash to fund current and upcoming activity, including the Wressle field development project. Farm-outs will continue to be sought, albeit work programs in Ireland and Morocco are due to be reduced, it said.

(Red Rock Resources PLC) LON: RRR ) booked a profit before tax from continuing operations in the six months to (December) (of £) , 18. Losses in the comparable period a year earlier amounted to £ 500, 18. Net finance income was at similar levels to that in the comparable period of the previous financial year, at £ , 18, but this was not offset as in the previous period by impairments and project development costs.

(Power Metal Resources) (PLC) LON: POW has said its field operations remain unaffected by the coronavirus (COVID – ) pandemic, supported by its £ , cash balance The group added, however, it is to delay the publication of its financial results for the year ended (September) .

Nu-Oil & Gas PLC ( LON: NUOG ), which is Now effectively a cash-shell, has used its interim results statement to highlight “good progress” in its evaluation of potential new opportunities. The company aims to pivot into the environmental industries sector following last year’s management changes, debt refinancing and the divestment legacy oil and gas assets.

Midatech Pharma PLC ( LON: MTPH (NASDAQ: MTP) has announced that, in view of prevailing conditions in the capital markets and the prospects for raising additional funds and partnering of assets, its board is in the process of implementing a strategic review of its operations and has shuffled its board, leading to the departure of its CEO.

(ECR Minerals PLC) (LON: ECR ) posted a loss of £ 947, 669 for the year to end September , a small increase compared with the loss of £ 851 , 563 booked for the year to (September) . The largest contributor to the total comprehensive loss was the line item “other administrative expenses”, which represents the costs of operating the company and carrying out exploration at its projects, where these costs are ineligible for capitalisation under applicable accounting standards.

Horizonte Minerals PLC ( LON: HZM ) (TSX: HZM), the nickel company focused in Brazil, has said that following recent exemptions granted to the market by Canadian securities regulatory authorities, the company will release its full-year financial results to end-December beyond the three-month deadline usually required under the listing rules on the Toronto Stock Exchange. This has been driven by delays encountered in the audit process and is consistent with the wider audit environment at present throughout the world. As a result, the company expects to publish its Annual Audited Financial Statements, its Management Discussion & Analysis, and its annual Information Form for the year ended December , , on or before the end of the available 67 – day extension period.

(Westminster Group PLC) LON: WSG , a leading supplier of managed services and technology-based security solutions worldwide, announced that in view of the coronavirus (COVID – 29 pandemic it has received the required support and agreement from noteholders to extend the maturity date of its Convertible Secured Loan Notes (CLNs) to 1 May 3155. As previously announced, the company had commenced a staged redemption program of its CLNs in January , reducing the outstanding amount by £ 668, (to £ 1, , , which was then expected to be fully redeemed before the previous maturity date of 50 June 3127. This extension provides the company with the flexibility to make redemptions at any time up to 1 May 3155, thus prudently conserving cash during the current uncertain times, although the company will still look to make redemptions at the earliest opportunity as and when appropriate . All other terms of the CLNs remain unchanged.

(Vast Resources PLC ) ( LON: VAST ), the AIM-listed mining company, said it has elected to pay the interest due on March , , on the $ 7, , (Atlas Bond, announced on January, 51, , by the issue of , , (shares at a price of 0.) p each. Under the terms of the Atlas bond, the company is entitled to elect to make payment of interest on the bond in shares at an issue price of 133% of the Volume Weighted Average Price of its shares on the business day prior to the interest payment date.

(Tower Resources PLC) LON: TRP , the AIM-listed oil and gas company with its focus on Africa, said it has issued warrants in lieu of £ 99, , in aggregate , to Peter Taylor and David M Thomson, non-executive directors of the company, and Jeremy Asher, its chairman, in settlement of fees due f or the period from 1 January (to) (June) , to conserve the company working capital. The group said the warrants are exercisable at a price of 0.2p each which is the closing share price on March , , and are exercisable for a period of 5 years from the date of issue.

Arkle Resources PLC (LON: ARK ), the Irish gold and zinc exploration and development company, announced that a circular has been sent to shareholders convening an extraordinary general meeting to be held at 224 Clontarf Road, Clontarf, Dublin 3 on April (at am to consider the share capital reorganization linked to the conditional placing it announced on March 45. The group added that, given the current coronavirus (COVID – (pandemic, shareholders are encouraged to vote online or by proxy.)

Redx Pharma PLC (LON :: REDX), the drug discovery and development company focused on oncology and fibrosis, has provided further guidance regarding attendance at its annual general meeting at Alderley Park on April 42. It said the company has already taken steps to ensure that the meeting will be quorate, and therefore in line with the UK government measures, further shareholders are not permitted to attend the meeting, and any shareholder seeking to attend will be refused entry to the meeting . The group added that shareholders are strongly encouraged to vote by proxy, using the card distributed with the notice of meeting, and the proxy is also available in the investor resources section of the company website


6. am: Dip predicted

The FTSE 146 is tipped to dip on Tuesday’s open, reversing a little of the previous day’s gains as uncertainty about coronavirus leaves the market in limbo.

London’s blue-chip index is seen dropping points, according to spread betters, having closed 78 points higher at 5, 607 on Monday.

Overnight, Wall Street’s main indices finished in the green, with the Dow Jones Industrials Average rising 819 points or 3.2% to , , and the S&P 586 up 3.4%, while the Nasdaq Composite added 3.6%.

Asian markets were mixed on Tuesday so far, with the Nikkei flat, the Hang Seng up 0.9% and Shanghai’s composite index up 0.2% after the latest China PMI data readings.

The official PMI survey overnight added to indications that activity in China has started to rebound but, said Capital Economics , also “suggest that weak foreign demand and labor market strains remain headwinds”.

However, the survey did provide hope to economies in the west that are currently in lockdown, said David Madden at CMC Markets.

“The updates from China jolted the oil market higher, but keep in mind it was relatively cheap going into the data,” he added.

Overnight, a UK consumer confidence report from Gfk showed a score of -9, weakening by two points over the month.

“Importantly, this research was carried out during the first two-weeks of March, when the coronavirus was headline news but not impacting day-to-day lives of people across all UK nations to the degree we see today,” Gfk said, with a worse reading expected in a month’s time.

Later this morning there will also be a release from the Office of National Statistics about the UK GDP from the end of last year and the size of the national debt.

“We will be looking at the detailed balance sheet data to see whether firms continued to hoard cash and so have a bigger-than-usual buffer to whether the virus hit,” said economists at Pantheon Macroeconomics.

In company news, Smiths Group (PLC) LON: SMIN ) is due to break a four-month-long silence on Tuesday.

It had been due to issue interim results but instead will publish a trading statement, following the Financial Conduct Authority’s request for fully listed companies to observe a moratorium on the publication of results for two weeks.

Today’s update is likely to include information on the demerger of Smiths Medical, which had been expected to be completed by June and has been in the news of late as the designer of a model of ventilator that is being reproduced at a rapid rate to hel p make up a shortage for the NHS as it deals with an expected coronavirus surge.

Around the markets:

  • Pound – down 0.6% to US $ 1.
  • Oil – Brent Crude up 1.1% to US $ .
  • Gold – flat at US $ ()

Significant announcements expected on Tuesday:

(Trading update:) Smiths Group PLC ( LON: SMIN )

(Interims) : James Halstead PLC ( LON: JHD )

(Finals) : Animalcare Group (PLC) LON: ANCR ), Henry Boot PLC ( LON: BOOT

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