My old company, Sepura PLC - I am very out of touch these days - makes TETRA radios which are widely used in public security. Today,at 1600z, the shares were up to 149.75p. I wonder if its shares are seen as a safe haven when the world is uncertain? Certainly, the company has always been profitable as far back as I remember. When first floated, shares were 140p.
Meanwhile, the FTSE 100 has been drifting lower on international worries over growth and EU issues.