Ups and downs in the markets last week, though the FTSE closed the week 70 points higher at 6,350, whilst the AIM All share closed where it opened at 740 points. Last week saw disappointing manufacturing data being announced with the manufacturing purchasing managers' index falling to 50.8 in January from 51.2 in December (following news the week before of a shrinking in the economy at the end of 2012). This week however has seen better news- UK retail sales rising in January by 1.9 per cent compared to the previous January, and the US announced 127,000 more job additions in November and December than anticipated and 157,000 new jobs added in January. The week ahead sees services PMI data, construction output figures and the Monetary Policy interest rate decision. 

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 Accumuli (LON:ACM) (LON:ACM 10.75p/£15.97m) Accumuli, an independent specialist in IT Security, has divested the trade and assets of Webscreen Systems Ltd. (WSL) for US$10m (£6.3m) to Juniper Networks. This disposal represents a significant return on Accumuli’s initial investment in WSL, and demonstrates the Company’s continuing capacity to develop and nurture IP in tune with its customers’ needs and the competitive landscape. The initial investment attributable to WSL was approximately £1.5m. Accumuli will continue as a Value Added Reseller of Webscreen after the…

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