The FTSE 100 is a handful of points higher at 7,552.83 as trading resumes after the terrorist attack at London Bridge over the weekend.

Online groceries firm Ocado (OCDO) gains 6.6% to 336.8p as it flags the first international customer for its Ocado Smart Platform. The regional European retailer - which wishes to remain anonymous - will pay an up-front fee along with ongoing charges based on the volume of products sold online.

It is worth noting there is limited detail on the tie-up and there will be no material impact on cash and earnings this year or in 2018.

Pharmaceutical giant AstraZeneca (AZN) ticks up 0.2% to £53.75 as it reports positive results from a Phase 111 OlympiAD trial of its Lynparza breast cancer treatment.

Delivery service Royal Mail (RMG) nudges 0.3% higher to 440.4p as it secures the sale of its former south London mail centre to US developer Greystar for £101m.

Kurdistan oil producer Genel Energy (GENL) gains 2.3% to 101p as one of its founders Nat Rothschild steps down from this role as non-executive director.

Specialist investment trust Qatar Investment Fund (QIF) falls 3% to 98.3 cents after several of its neighbours, including Saudi Arabia, cut off diplomatic ties with the Arab state over its backing for Islamic militants.

Biotech firm ANGLE (AGL:AIM) gains 4.9% to 56.1p as it uncovers another potential use for its liquid biopsy system as it finds success in isolating and identifying signs of colorectal cancer.

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Issue Date: 05 Jun 2017