Scotgold Resources, the firm focused on the Cononish gold and silver project in Scotland's Grampian Highlands, announced on Friday that it had reduced losses over the past financial year thanks to the company reaching the production stage of its first-ever commercially produced Scottish gold.
London stocks finishing the week on the front foot as the pound lost ground after UK economic growth was revealed to have slowed to a four-year low in the second quarter and the current account deficit widened.
Video content management firm Big Sofa Technologies Group said on Friday that over the first six months of its trading year it had witnessed “excellent” strategic progress despite reporting widening losses.
A former top adviser to four Prime Ministers, including Theresa May, has urged the PM that if she insisted on moving ahead with her plan to implement her Universal Credit benefit scheme many Britons could be left homeless and destitute.
Veterinary services firm CVS Group reported an “outstanding performance” in its full-year results released on Friday, as it saw profit and revenue continue to grow as it steamed ahead on its rapid acquisition trajectory.
Online retail behemoth Amazon is looking for office space in Dublin that could house as many as 800 employees as the e-commerce giant seeks to come through on its promise of bringing 500 new jobs to the Irish capital ahead of Britain's exit from the European Union in March 2019.
Irish taoiseach Leo Varadkar said on Friday that lessons must be learned from the US decision to slap trade tariffs on aerospace group Bombardier earlier this week.
Irish budget airline Ryanair has agreed to comply with demands made by regulators to inform customers of their full compensation rights after it cancelled thousands of flights in recent weeks.
European Commission president Jean-Claude Juncker has said that there would have to be 'miracles' for Brexit talks to progress to trade issues in October.
Mkango Resources announced on Friday that it has commenced Phase II of its research and development programme with Metalysis, and has raised £0.5m at 3.5p per share in a placing.