4:00 PM Frankfurt – SKY lifted its stake in Team Sky after the transfer of stake from 21st Century Fox. Boohoo.Com revenues surged 35%. Bonmarche net soared 78%. Bwin.party two shareholders will sell up to 50 million shares. Ted Baker revenues soared 24%.
In London trading, FTSE 100 index dropped 1.1% or 75.04 to 6,771.70 and in Frankfurt the DAX index declined 2.2% or 244.97 to 11,087.81.
In Paris, CAC 40 index slumped 1.8% or 90.03 to 4,863.09.
For the week, FTSE 100 index fell 0.5% and in Frankfurt the DAX index slipped 0.9%.
In Paris, CAC 40 index decreased 1.1%.
dropped 2.5% to 29.25 pence after the online fashion retailer said revenues in the quarter ending in May surged 35% to £41.3 million on strong sales growth in UK of 27% to £26.3 million and 36% increase in international business.
Bonmarche Holdings Plc
soared 7.4% to 289.98 pence after the U.K.-based womenswear retailer said revenues in the year ending on March 28 climbed 8.7% to £178.6 million from £164.3 million in a year ago period.
Comparable store sales in the year jumped 4%.
Profit in the year soared 77.8% from a year ago to £9.9 million compared to £5.6 million while earnings per share dropped to 19.8 pence from 22 pence.
Bwin.party Digital Entertainment Plc
plunged 6.9% to 97.75 pence after the Gibraltar-based online gaming services provider said its two shareholders Emerald Bay Limited and Stinson Ridge will sell up to 50 million shares in the company.
rose 0.1% to 1,040.50 pence after the entertainment and communications services provider lifted its stake in Tour Racing Limited or Team Sky, after transfer to Sky of 25% shareholding from 21st Century Fox at the par value of £25 a share.
Following the transaction, Sky will own 85% of Team Sky and 21st Century Fox will retain 15% stake.
Ted Baker Plc
increased 1.5% to 2,858 pence after the U.K.-based apparel and accessories retailer said group revenue for the eighteen-week period ending on June 6 soared 24.2% and retail sales climbed 18.9%. Wholesales sales surged 41.2% with strong business in the U.K. and in North America.
Zodiac Aerospace SA
declined 5.4% to €30.99 after the aeronautical company said group revenues in the nine-month period ending in May climbed 19.2% to €3.63 billion from €3.04 billion in a year ago period.
The company increased its foreign euro exchange hedging portfolio for fiscal 2015.