Anglo American said on Thursday that water shortages at its Los Bronces mine in Chile had weighed on the global miner's copper output in the fourth quarter, while rough diamond production was hurt by a softer global market.
Housebuilder Berkeley plans to more than double investor returns to 1 billion pounds ($1.3 billion) over the next two years while ramping up output, signalling increased confidence in the UK market and lifting its shares more than 5%.
Drinks maker Fevertree issued its second revenue warning in three months, sending its shares down 20% on Monday as disappointing Christmas sales raised fears that Britain's premium tonics' market has lost its fizz.
More than two weeks after a crippling ransomware attack forced Travelex staff to use pen and paper to calculate foreign currency exchanges, the company said the first of its customer-facing systems in Britain was up and running again.
Private healthcare provider NMC Health , hurt by short-selling by Muddy Waters, said on Friday an independent review committee looking into the matter had hired FBI ex-boss Louis Freeh.
Moss Bros and N Brown added to a depressed outlook for British retailers on Thursday by saying fewer shoppers were visiting their stores, which would hit full-year results.
Wells Fargo & Co's profit slumped 55% in the fourth quarter as new boss Charles Scharf set aside another $1.5 billion (1.15 billion pounds) for legal costs related to the bank's sales scandal and promised "fundamental changes." | Video
Calisen Group, which supplies smart meters to British households, plans to list its shares in London in a test of investor appetite after a tough year for flotations.
LONDON Staff at foreign exchange firm Travelex are using pen and paper to serve thousands of customers after the company said cyber hackers were holding its systems to ransom, leading to a global blackout on its online currency exchange services. | Video