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AIM-listed spread betting and CFD provider London Capital Group (LCG) posted an 8% gain in revenues for the first six months of its trading year on Thursday as the firm gradually began to narrow losses.
The UK financial regulator is planning to clamp down on the sale by spread betting companies of contracts for difference (CFD) and binary bet products to less experienced traders, including limiting leverage and preventing companies from attracting customers with special bonus introductory offers.
London Capital Group has proposed a £10.7m equity fundraising, with chief executive Charles-Henri Sabet GLIO vehicle eyeing an 80% stake in the company to replace earlier loans to the spread betting provider.
London Capital Group noted the jump in its share price on Friday, saying it was not aware of any reason for the movement.
London Capital Group is expecting to post an adjusted loss before tax for the year to 31 December of £13.9m, down from a pre-tax profit in 2014 of £1.1m.
After a poor set of first half results from London Capital Group Holdings on Thursday, Swiss-Lebanese entrepreneur and company chief executive Charles-Henri Sabet is doing his bit to bolster the company.
London Capital Group Holdings on Friday released a statement saying the impact on its finance from the Swiss exchange rate cut would "not exceed £1.7 million".
Charles-Henri Sabet, the executive chairman of London Capital Group (LCG), has shown his faith in the spread betting and CFDs company just two months after taking the role.
Online trading and spread-betting firm London Capital Group (LCG) announced wider losses after taking a cost hit from a shake-up to revive its fortunes.
Spread-betting firm London Capital Group (LCG) announced lower half-year revenue, forecast a drop into the red and said it was launching a cost-cutting drive.
Spread-betting firm Spreadex is mulling its next steps after embattled rival London Capital Group rebuffed its £16.7m takeover bid.
Embattled spread-betting firm London Capital Group has allegedly turned down a number of takeover bids that, according to media speculation, would benefit shareholders more than the financing it will put to them at an emergency meeting on Thursday.