- Digital marketing group Eagle Eye Solutions posted a narrower first-half loss after its revenue rose by more than a quarter.

Pre-tax losses for the six months through December amounted to £0.63m, compared to losses of £1.89m on-year.

Revenue rose 26% to £10.1m.

Eagle Eye said the second half had gotten off to a positive start, in line with its expectations.

It was also monitoring the impact of COVID-19 and reviewing and updating business continuity plans accordingly, with operations 'well set up to facilitate remote working'.

At 2:42pm: [LON:EYE] Eagle Eye Solutions Group Plc share price was +8.5p at 132p

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