- Marks & Spencer brings in new director as hedge funds short its shares
- Ryanair has reported a 10% rise in post-tax profit to £1.26 billion
- Astrazeneca shares 2% up after US authorities gave the go ahead for blood drug
- Charges against Barclays relating to Qatar fundraising have been dismissed
The FTSE 100 started the week with a strong rise on Monday morning after signals over the weekend that the US and China are closing in on a peace deal to end their trade war before it really gets going.
In company news airline Ryanair put out a mixed update, which brought news of rising profits but also a warning over the possible impact on its fortunes of the rising oil price.