If London buses tend to come in pairs, then so does the good news for Gem Diamonds. Yesterday, it was that the company had negotiated a 25 per cent price increase for the rocks it sells to the jewellery group Tiffany. Sadly, for investors, all this good news has not translated into a solidly rising share price, with Gem's stock falling by more than 20 per cent in the past six months. [16 Sep '10]
Property manager Fletcher King posted higher profits for the year against last year, which was weighed down by exceptional costs. Pre-tax profit came in at £406,000 against £1,000 last year on revenue that fell to £2.8m from £3.1m before. [15 Jul '10]
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