International software company Oxford Metrics issued its interim results for the six months ended 31 March on Wednesday, reporting a 10.9% improvement in headline group revenue to £14.3m.
Software company Oxford Metrics announced the sale of Yotta Surveying to construction and civil engineering company Ginger Group on Thursday.
International software company Oxford Metrics announced on Wednesday that its specialist motion measurement subsidiary Vicon had launched two new products and new partners at this year's SIGGRAPH conference.
International software company Oxford Metrics announced the acquisition of New Zealand-based motion measurement system developer IMeasureU on Tuesday.
International software company servicing government, life sciences, entertainment and engineering markets Oxford Metrics announced the launch of Shōgun - a new Vicon motion capture software platform - on Thursday.
Software firm OMG officially changed its name to Oxford Metrics on Friday
Shares in OMG are down about half a percent after it said Yotta has launched a new connected asset management platform known as Alloy.
London's FTSE 100 index was down 0.3% to 6,075.39 at 1525 GMT, as investors weighed up disappointment that the G20 meeting did not yield a coordinated stimulus effort against the People's Bank of China's move to cut the reserve requirement ratio.
Television producers were set to have a new virtual studio solution available on Monday, with the announcement that the Vicon division of Oxford Metrics Group (OMG) was forming a strategic partnership with Vizrt.
1630:Close Stocks ended the week in a chipper mood after the BoJ surprised some in the markets with the timing of its latest move to thwart deflationary risks. That came amid mixed data over on the Continent but a relatively positive figures out Stateside. Nevertheless, at least two well-known market strategists (from BofA Merrill and Trim Tabs) sounded a cautious tactical on share prices. Citi was a bit more ambivalent in a note to clients, although it admitted its view of the world might be too US-centric. Front month crude oil futures were on a mixed footing by the close of trading. Earlier in the day, Russia´s Energy Minister told Bloomberg the country was open to discussion with Saudi Arabia but that there had been no contacts between them since November. To take note of, 10-year bond yields across a wide swathe of the developed world retreated by double digits on Friday, with those on Gilts lower by 11 basis points to 1.56%. FTSE 100 up 152.01 points to 6,083.79.
1630:Close The top flight index retreated sharply as oil prices moved sharply lower yet again after possible hints from China's central that it might loosen the crawling-peg between the yuan and the US dollar. Mining stocks joined the oil majors at the bottom of the pile despite another day of gains for base metals. Three-month copper futures finished 2.7% higher to reach $4,712.50 per metric tonne in LME trading. Old Mutual and Investec continued to reel as the US tacked on another 2% versus the South African rand. FTSE 100 down 135.27 points to 5,952.78.
Technology group OMG said it expects its full-year revenue and adjusted profit to be in line with market forecasts, as it reported good second-half trading at its Vicon image technology arm and Yotta infrastructure management unit.
Technology group OMG said its infrastructure arm, Yotta, has signed a five-year software and service agreement with Australian traffic authority VicRoads.
Dewhurst said its first half of the year was better than compared with the year before, but a weak UK market dragged down its revenues.
Computer vision products group OMG saw its full-year losses widen but remains confident with its performance for the year ahead after selling its US image software business.
Direct Line: JP Morgan upgrades to overweight.
SAB Miller: Berenberg reiterates buy and 3,920 price target.
RBS: Nomura reiterates buy and lowers target to 350p from 370p.
Shares in technology group OMG leapt after the group posted higher pre-tax profits for the year ended 30 September, driven by an improved product mix.
Technology group OMG has sold its House of Moves (HOM) subsidiary, a service-based motion capture business, for £0.8m.