Letter volumes at Royal Mail are down 6 percent and that's hit the share price, while marketing company St Ives tumbled than 30 percent after a profit warning. But price comparison service Moneysupermarket had a strong Q4 and was rewarded with an improved share price.
In retail Pets at Home shares were down despite revenue growth while car and bicycle parts Halfords will pay a special dividend to investors.
Share Radio's Ed Bowsher was joined by Richard Hunter, head of research at Wilson King Investment Management, to talk about these and more.
It's time to look at some of the biggest political stories of the day. Georgie Frost joined by political Josh Lowe, Reporter at Newsweek. Teresa May speaking in Davos right now - what can we expect from the PM?
All the big economic stories of the day including: The European Central Bank leaving rates at zero percent, market reaction to US Fed chair Janet Yellen's warning of a 'nasty surprise' if the US waits too long to raise its rates, and the Bank of Cyprus listing - is this the latest vote of confidence for London as a financial hub?
Richard Jeffrey is chief economist at Cazenove Capital Management and joined Share Radio's senior analyst Ed Bowser to talk through this and more.
In the wake of Theresa May's Brexit speech, several financial institutions have announced plans to relocate some of their operations from the City to mainland Europe. This is the result of continued uncertainty as to what sort of access the single market can be negotiated by the government. For more on why some city operations will be moved out of London Brian Caplen, Editor of The Banker, joined Share Radio's Ed Bowsher.
Theresa May made another speech on Brexit today - this time at the Davos World Economic Forum. Amongst other things she said: 'Our decision to leave the EU was no rejection of our friends in Europe...it was no attempt to become more distant from them.' Robert Hutton, UK political correspondent for Bloomberg News joined Share Radio to discuss the PM's words on Brexit and trade.
Where have all the courgettes gone? That may be what you're asking yourself when you go for weekly grocery shop. It seems like cold and wet weather in Southern Europe has effected the Winter crop, and pushed wholesale prices up so high, that supermarkets are unwilling to stock them. Share Radio's James Brydges spoke to Professor Peter Midmore, Agricultural Economist at Aberystwyth University.
It's Theresa May's big moment. The Prime Minister will warn world leaders at the World Economic Forum in Davos that they must listen to those who feel left behind by globalisation. Steve Clarke was at the “magic mountain”, and he brought us the latest from the Swiss ski resort.
The inauguration of Donald Trump is fast approaching, and Washington D.C. is transforming to accommodate the estimated 1 million attendees and protesters expected to descend on the city this week. So what’s expected from the event, and who will be boycotting as Trump is sworn in as the 45th US President?
The world's rich and powerful have descended on Davos for the World Economic Forum - the 1%'s annual pilgrimage to the temple of globalisation. But, this year, a sense of unease will almost certainly shadow any worship at the altar, with the liberal world order having had not one but two slaps to the face from Brexit and then Trump.
So, what exactly makes the global elite, well, elite? And what do they get up to behind closed doors? To find out, Share Radio's Alex Clark spoke to Daniel Levin, author of 'Nothing but a Circus: Misadventures among the Powerful'.