, Bellway, Jet2: Morning Roundup

London stocks continue the week higher, with the FTSE 100 1% higher this morning. The reversal of the UK’s tax cut plans by new finance minister Jeremy Hunt has seemed to restore confidence in investors.

Take a look at the latest news from London-listed stocks on Monday.

  • reported its Q3 trading statement.
  • Revenue for the firm grew 15% in Q3, driven by strong growth in money and travel channels.
  • Total revenue for the 9 months to 30 September reached £295 million,
  • The company stated its Q3 performance was ahead of expectations. Therefore, the board expects full-year EBITDA to be towards the upper end of market expectations.
  • Shares of increased 5.64%.


  • Bellway reported its preliminary results.
  • Revenue increased 13.3% to £3.54 billion and operating profit increased 22.9% to £653.2 million.
  • The company stated record revenue was assisted by record housing output.
  • The board currently expects to deliver volume at a similar level to the prior year.


  • Jet2 has announced an agreement with Airbus to purchase 35 new firm-ordered Airbus A320 neo aircraft with the ability to extend to up to 71 aircraft.
  • The deal represents a total value of approximately $3.9 billion, with a total transaction value for 71 aircraft of approximately $8 billion.
  • This order, in addition to the A321 neo aircraft in 2021, leaves Jet2 with a total of 98 firm-ordered aircraft.

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