Oxford Instruments PLC (OXIG.L)
2 Oct 2015
** UK capital goods stocks on the backfoot, amongst the top FTSE-250 midcap fallers after Jefferies downgrade
** Nanotechnology tools maker slides 21 pct to their lowest in more than 4 years, after it cuts FY expectations
** Oxford Instruments falls 9.3 pct, after co cuts 7 pct of workforce or 160 jobs, as trade sanctions hit sales in Russia and recovery in Japan proves slower than expected
June 9 - Oxford Instruments Plc, a maker of nanotechnology tools, said it cut 7 percent of its workforce, or 160 jobs, to reduce costs as trade sanctions hit sales in Russia.
June 9 - Oxford Instruments Plc, a maker of nanotechnology tools, said it had cut 7 percent of its workforce, or 160 jobs, as a part of planned cost reductions.
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* Trading in Q4 was in line with expectations disclosed in our trading update of 22 January