The FTSE 250 gained ground on Wednesday, led by the likes of JD Sports and Telecom Plus.
SSE: RBC Capital Markets downgrades to sector perform with a target price of 1,350p.
Telecom Plus reported a slight increase in annual profit as the utility company grappled with tough trading conditions in the energy market.
Ofgem has launched an investigation into the way that Utility Warehouse manages its customers who are in debt, it announced on Friday.
Go-ahead: Deutsche Bank downgrades to hold with a target price of 1,840p.
Telecom Plus, which trades as the Utility Warehouse, said on Thursday that full-year adjusted pre-tax profits from continuing operations are expected to have risen, as customer numbers increased.
Telecom Plus said on Tuesday that profits for the full year are expected to be "slightly ahead" of current market expectations as it reported a rise in profit and revenue for the first half.
BT Group: Citigroup downgrades to Neutral with a target price of 310p.
Low-cost multi-utility retailer Telecom Plus - which trades under the brand name Utility Warehouse - announced its final results for the year to 31 March on Tuesday, confirming its results and the dividend were in line with expectations.
Utility services retailer Telecom Plus - which trades as the Utility Warehouse - issued a trading update for its financial year to 31 March on Thursday, reporting that customer and service numbers for the full year showed further modest growth, with an encouraging upward trend starting to emerge during the fourth quarter.
FTSE 250 listed gas, electricity and broadband provider Telecom Plus has completed the sale of its 20% stake in Opus Energy Group to Drax Group, a electrical power generation firm, for about £71m.
Interim revenues fell slightly at Telecom Plus, but profits were up as the utility company remains confident energy prices will rise to offset the decline.
So-called 'bond proxies' such as fixed-line telecommunications providers were among the best performing sectors at the start of the week even as yields on longer-dated Gilts were whipsawed about, with prices mostly recovering from the steep losses seen earlier in the day.
Low-cost multi-utility supplier Telecom Plus said on Thursday that it was not currently considering upping its stake in Opus Energy Group.
Utility group Telecom plus was upgraded to 'sector perform' from 'underperform' and had its target price raised to 1,050p from 850p by RBC Capital Markets on Friday.
Arrow Global Group: Goldman Sachs reiterates buy with a target price of 340p.
Low-cost multi-utility supplier Telecom Plus announced its final results on Tuesday, with revenue up 2.1% to £744.7m.
Telecom Plus: Berenberg downgrades to hold with a target price of 1000p and Finncap reiterates buy with a 1225p target.
Telecom Plus warmed the market up for its full-year results with a reiteration of its expectations on Tuesday.
Electrocomponents: Credit Suisse upgrades to neutral with a target price of 250p.