rChloride shares are attracting attention. The group has made positive noises despite a loss in the 12 months to end March. It should be comfortably in the black this year as it builds on what it regards as a strong electronics base. The shares edged ahead 0.75p to 23.75p.
rStill flushed with the success of its Pakistan venture, Tullow Oil gained a further 3.5p to a new peak of 70p. Eamonn Hughes of the Dublin stockbroker Riada (part of ABN Amro Hoare Govett) believes the Pakistani operations should be worth 77p a share. The rest of the group's exploration and production interests - in the UK, Syria, Senegal and the Czech Republic - he estimates could have a value of 20p a share.