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Share Price: 1,852.50Bid: 1,831.00Ask: 2,040.00Change: 0.00 (0.00%)No Movement on Burberry Grp
Spread: 209.00Spread as %: 11.41%Open: 1,819.00High: 0.00Low: 0.00Yesterday’s Close: 1,852.50




Glance-Burberry leads Britain's FTSE 100 up from 1-week lows

Thu, 11th Oct 2012 10:19

By Toni Vorobyova

LONDON, Oct 11 (Reuters) - Britain's FTSE 100 share
index

edged up from one-week lows on Thursday, with concerns about the

euro zone crisis offset by signs of slightly better trading at

luxury fashion house Burberry.

A downgrade in Spain's credit rating by Standard & Poor's to

just above junk after market close on Wednesday underscored the

problems faced by the euro zone.

The news hit Spanish shares and pushed up its bond yields,

but other markets saw some positivity, speculating that Madrid

may now be under more pressure to formally ask for help,

kick-starting the European Central Bank's bond buying rescue

plan.

'It sounds like bad news, but I think there is potentially a

silver lining to it in that a downgrade might force Spain to ask

for a bailout so it potentially increases the chances of that,'

said James Butterfill, global equity strategist at Coutts.

Britain's FTSE 100 was up 12.29 points, or 0.2

percent at 5,788.00 by 0749 GMT, in jittery morning trading

which saw it set its lowest level since Oct. 1 before yo-yoing

either side of the no-change.

Burberry was the biggest positive weight on the index, its

shares rising 7.9 percent after the checked raincoat designer,

which issued a profit warning last month, reported an

improvement in trading in September.

With analysts still slashing earnings expectations, any good

news - or simply the lack of fresh bad news - is increasingly

able to move shares higher, enabling Burberry to recover some of

the 28 percent drop seen since the profit warning.

'The profit warning on Sept. 11 looks to have been a bit

premature,' Nick Bubb, independent retail analyst, said in a

note. 'The retail second quarter like-for-like of plus 1 percent

was a bit better than feared, thanks to a modest pick-up in the

last three weeks of the period, reversing the negative trend

seen in the two-three weeks before that.'

Among the UK corporates expected to report third quarter

results, profits are on average seen down 7.5 percent

year-on-year and Thomson Reuters Starmine predicted surprise

indicator suggests that the actual figures will be slightly

better.

That could enable the FTSE 100 to play catch up with the

pan-European FTSEurofirst 300, which is up nearly 9

percent for the year-to-date against gains of 3.7 percent for

the UK index.

'In the UK, there is a greater chance of upside support to

the FTSE 100 given that it's underperformed recently,'

Butterfill at Coutts said.



(Editing by Janet Lawrence)

(antonina.vorobyova@thomsonreuters.com)(+44 207 542 9828)(Reuters Messaging: antonina.vorobyova@thomsonreuters.com)

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