Footsie finished the morning clinging on to positive territory and not much changed over the lunch time trading session, with a mildly firmer start on Wall Street providing little additional impetus. [28 Mar '11]
Bowleven may have encountered a significant hydrocarbon column at its Sapele-1 exploration well offshore Cameroon as technical limitations forced it to stop drilling when it hit a high pressure gas reservoir. [7 Feb '11]
A sharp rally following earlier heavy losses nearly lifted Footsie into positive territory in the afternoon but the rally fizzled out and the leading share index closed lower, with European debt concerns still looming large. [26 Nov '10]
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