The resource-heavy FTSE 100 finished Tuesday's session in the red despite some big gains in the mining sector, as concerns about global growth and a disappointing reading of German sentiment provided a drag on sentiment. [16 Apr '13]
Renewed concerns about the Eurozone were weighing on markets on Friday morning with the FTSE 100 pulling back after four consecutive days of gains ahead of a meeting of European finance ministers later today. [12 Apr '13]
African Minerals: Deutsche Bank reduces target price from 594p to 586p keeping a buy recommendation. Investec cuts target price from 438p to 411p, while its buy recommendation remains unchanged. [11 Apr '13]
Mining stocks were on the up on hopes over Chinese domestic demand with Vedanta, EVRAZ, ENRC and Rio Tinto making decent gains. Vedanta was leading the way after reporting an increase in full-year production across oil and gas, copper, aluminium, lead and silver. [10 Apr '13]
Optimism regarding central-bank stimulus was driving gains on stock markets on Wednesday morning following recent comments from Japan and ahead of an announcement from the Federal Reserve later today. [10 Apr '13]
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