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FTSE 250 movers: Acacia boosted by Citi coverage, Rotork flows lower on weak Q1

Acacia Mining was trading higher as Credit Suisse initiated the stock with an 'outperform' rating, despite the gold miner reporting an 18% fall in its first-quarter core profit due to declining prices for the yellow metal.
[Yesterday 13:21]

FTSE 100 movers: HSBC rockets on domicile review, Astra hit by heartburn rival

HSBC topped the risers as it launched a review of its UK domicile in light of the changing regulatory landscape. Some media commentators suggested the announcement, carefully timed ahead of the general election, was politically motivated.
[Yesterday 13:19]

FTSE 250 movers: Pace rockets after Arris offer, oil and energy stocks higher

Pace, the UK cable television set-top box maker, surged after agreeing to be taken over by US telecommunications equipment manufacturer Arris in a $2.1bn deal. Pace management have agreed that Arris will pay Pace shareholders 426.5p in cash and stock, a 28% premium to the closing price on Wednesday.
[Thu 13:31]

FTSE 100 movers: Anglo American, utility stocks surge

Anglo American, owner of jeweler De Beers, surged on Thursday as the mining giant cut its forecast for annual diamond production in order to avoid overproduction in the weaker diamond market.
[Thu 13:30]

FTSE 250 movers: Tate & Lyle hit by downgrade, energy stocks higher

Shares in sugar, sweetener and food ingredients group Tate & Lyle were losing their flavour after analysts at Credit Suisse lowered their rating on the stock from 'neutral' to 'underperform'.
[Wed 13:28]

FTSE 100 movers: Rolls-Royce surges on new management, Tesco hit by worst losses in 97 years

Engine maker Rolls-Royce topped the risers after chief executive John Rishton announced plans to retire this summer. He will be succeeded by former ARM Holdings boss Warren East.
[Wed 13:27]

FTSE 250 movers: IPF surges after dodging fine, property stocks higher

International Personal Finance (IPF) was boosted as the home-credit group escaped a fine from Poland's consumer protection authority. After an investigation into fee structures, the Polish Office of Consumer Protection and Competition agreed to waive the fine if IPF's Provident Polska implement a new product and fee structure from 1 August.
[Tue 13:46]

FTSE 100 movers: Sky rockets on Q3 results, miners and oils stocks lower

Sky topped the FTSE 100 risers after third-quarter results showed the most growth in 11 years. The broadcaster grew customer numbers 70%, which fed through to a 20% increase in operating profits.
[Tue 13:44]

FTSE 250 movers: Petrofac hit by gas plant losses, Victrex lifted by upgrade

Oilfield services outfit Petrofac dropped after saying it expects to recognise a further loss of $195m in 2015 for the Laggan-Tormore gas plant project on Shetland. The company, which had already recognised a $230m loss on the project in 2014, told investors earlier this year that it did not foresee a further profit or loss over the remainder of the contract duration.
[Mon 13:51]

FTSE 100 movers: Miners and financials boosted by Chinese stimulus

Miners such as Anglo American and Rio Tinto were rising strongly as stimulus measures in China spurred buying across the sector.
[Mon 13:49]

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