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UK stocks fell on Friday morning after the FTSE 100 hit its highest level in two weeks the previous session, with investors treading cautiously after another reported case of Ebola in the States. The Footsie was down 0.3% at 6,397 by midday, but had pared losses after hitting a low of 6,374.24 early
* Receives FDA warning letter related to environmental monitoring * Says Portugal plant was inspected in March * Sees no impact on manufacturing, distribution from plant * Says warning not to impact full-year financial guidance * Stock slips 6 pct; top loser on FTSE-250 Mi
UK stocks experienced some selling pressure on Friday morning after rising to their highest in two weeks, as renewed concerns about the spread of Ebola weighed on market sentiment. The FTSE 100 was down 0.6% at 6,380 in early deals, after having closed Thursday's session at 6,419.15, its highest fin
Pharmaceuticals group Hikma received a warning letter from the US Food and Drug Administration overnight relating to its manufacturing facility in Portugal. The agency raised issues related to investigations and environmental monitoring at the facility. The warning is not expected to impact the manu