- The FTSE 100 lost 62 points to 7,327.33 on Friday morning as tensions between the US and North Korea intensified.

The biggest results announcement for the day was from Old Mutual (OML), which grew its operating profit by 6% in constant currency terms in the first half. The group said tough macroeconomic conditions were continuing in South Africa, its largest market, sending the shares down 1.07% to 199.35p.

Domino's Pizza (DOM) slumped 3.5% to 270.55p, failing to win investors over on news it is creating a partnership with its largest franchisee in London. The group agreed to pay £24 million to have a 75% stake in a newly formed company, whose assets would comprise 25 existing Domino's stores in London.

Ventilation products supplier Volution (FAN) added 0.86% to 191.63p on a 20% increase in revenue in the 12 months to the end of July, driven by strong performances in the Nordics and the UK residential new build sector.

Dukemount Capital's (DKE) losses rose to £177,149 in the year to the end of April - up from £46,077 in 2016 - largely due to the costs of its market listing. The share price stayed flat at 0.46p.

Engineered electronic provider TT Electronics (TTG) grew its revenue by 13% to £180 million in the first half, an increase of 6% excluding the effects of foreign exchange. The shares gained 1.39% to 218.75p.

Safeland (SAF) fell 1.72% to 57p on a 39% fall in revenue to £12.9 million in the year to 31 March.

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