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Small Cap Movers: Feedback gets Bleepa opportunity amid coronavirus pandemic

When Feedback PLC (LON:FDBK)  started trialling its app for doctors at the Pennine Acute Hospitals NHS Trust in December 2019 it could not predict the opportunity arising from the current coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. Bleepa is a communication tool for healthcare professionals, which allows them to share and discuss medical images and patient cases. It means that chest X-rays and CT scans are more easily accessible for consultants, doctors and nurses both on-site and remotely. >>>

Proactive weekly mining highlights: Pure Gold Mining, Anglo Asian Mining, Tharisa, Galileo Resources...

Pure Gold Mining Inc. (CVE:PGM) (LON:PUR) has agreed a non-brokered private placement of flow-through common shares to raise gross proceeds of C$15,000,000, with well-known Canadian investor Eric Sprott agreeing to be the back-end buyer of all of the offering. Anglo Asian Mining PLC (LON:AAZ) chief executive, Reza Vaziri has said five new exploration discoveries at the company’s projects in Azerbaijan have the potential to “significantly increase the production and mine life” of the company. >>>

Proactive weekly oil and gas highlights: Echo Energy, DGOC, SDX Energy, Jersey O&G, Aminex, Mosman O&G ...

Echo Energy PLC (LON:ECHO) ended the week with a bang, with its shares jumping around 20%, as the Argentina-focused oil and gas producer secured approval to restructure €20mln of secured notes. It means that agreements are in place to restructure all of the company's existing debts to defer all cash interest payments until March 2021. Previously during the week, Echo had revealed that its cash flows are being bolstered at a key time, confirming that its production has continued uninterrupted amid the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic and remains in-line with expectations. >>>

FTSE 100 closes lower as risk-off sentiment persists

FTSE 100 index closes nearly 22 points lower Markets perturbed by US-China trade war fears US benchmarks off 5.00pm: FTSE 100 closes in red; below 6,000 FTSE 100 index recouped some lost ground but still closed lower at the end of the week and below 6,000 as traders continue to shun risk. Britain's blue-chip benchmark finished down nearly 22 points at 5,993, having earlier reached an intraday low of 5,888. Over the week as a whole, the index gained around 3.3% It comes as US, China tensions heighten as Beijing plans a new security law that would allow it to bypass lawmakers in Hong Kong and ban “treason, secession, sedition and subversion”. >>>

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Gold is soaring in price. Here’s why I’d still buy more for my ISA

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Why the FTSE 100 crash makes me want to buy oil shares today

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