Tool and equipment hire firm HSS Hire said on Wednesday that it has successfully refinanced its existing corporate debt.
Flybe said on Tuesday that its pre-tax loss narrowed in the year to the end of March 2018 as revenue and passenger numbers rose.
AIM-listed value women's fashion retailer Bonmarche posted a 38.1% jump in full-year pre-tax profit on Tuesday even as revenue declined, as the online segment provided a boost in tough markets.
Sunnier weather helped herd more people into pubs last month, though the restaurant sector saw sales continue to wilt.
UK currency manager Record saw full-year profits decline as a result of falling margins.
LMS Capital announced on Wednesday that it has been informed by the general partner of San Francisco Equity Partners Fund 1 (SFEP 1) that the fund has received proceeds from the sale of its investment in Penguin Computing, and that the transaction giving rise to those proceeds also included the sale of the LMS' co-investment in Penguin.
Triad Group issued its results for the year ended 31 March on Monday, reporting revenue of £27.8m for the period, down from £30.9m year-on-year.
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News publisher Johnston Press updated the market on its trading for the year to 31 May, reporting that trading so far this year had seen group revenues down 9%, although it did note a a continuing strong performance from the i newspaper.
Motor retailer Caffyns said it had a "very challenging year" for the entire British motor sector after it witnessed a crash in new car sales.
Tool and equipment hire firm HSS Hire posted a jump in first-quarter earnings and revenue on Thursday as its recovery gains momentum.
AIM-quoted power provider Jersey Electricity turned in an improved performance across the board on Monday.
TClarke was continuing to expect revenue and profits for 2018 in line with current market expectations, investors were told on Friday as they gathered for the company's annual general meeting.
Centrica: Morgan Stanley downgrades to underweight with a target price of 115p.
International broking and other shipping services firm Braemar Shipping Services issued its results for the year ended 28 February on Tuesday, reporting a 93% increase in underlying operating profit to £8.2m, which was at the top of its previously-announced range.
Independent regional airline Flybe has added Heather Lawrence, a former Wizz Air non-executive director, to its board with immediate effect.
Software and services company Gresham Technologies has announced a three-year contract with a minimum value of £1.2m with a "leading" global investment bank and wealth manager for its Clareti Transaction Control (CTC) to implement regulatory reporting controls across multiple asset classes.
Johnston Press chief executive Ashley Highfield has chosen to stand down ahead of negotiations over a key bond refinancing.
Marketing services group St Ives has sold its legacy book production and distribution business, Clays, to Italian printing company Elcograf for £20m.
Consumer goods designer Ultimate Products saw profits tumble in the first half after a "much tougher trading environment" for UK general merchandise retailers and a change in supply arrangements with a large European customer that hit the firm hard.