The Mail 09/03 - Vox Markets | Vox Markets

The Mail 09/03

Shares in Norwegian Air crashed by more than a quarter to a 15-year low as the coronavirus outbreak pushes struggling airlines to the brink.

Anglo African Oil & Gas (AAOG) tumbled after it took emergency measures to avoid a disaster at its money-spinning platinum unit.

The oil price fell 10 percent as a row between producers added to fears over the impact of coronavirus.

Disgraced fund manager Neil Woodford is in talks about making a spectacular comeback just months after being sacked in one of the City’s biggest investment scandals.

Ten Lifestyle Group (TENG) was one of the latest coronavirus victims last week after it warned on Friday its full-year revenue growth would come below expectations.

Despite the travel sector malaise, easyHotel (EZH) managed to advance 23 per cent to 83p after Citrus Holdco agreed to provide £11million by acquiring shares at 95p each, a 35 per cent premium on the previous closing price.

Angus Energy (ANGS) rocketed 34 per cent to 0.9p after an independent study estimated its Saltfleetby onshore field held 16 billion cubic feet of gas.

Nissan is ploughing £400million into its Sunderland car plant in a vote of confidence in Brexit Britain.

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