(ShareCast News) - London's FTSE 100 was on the front foot Thursday, taking its cue from strength on Wall Street as the closure of Chinese markets provided investors with some much-needed respite. At 1305 BST, the top-flight index was up 1.4% at 6,165.81. [1 Hour Ago]
(ShareCast News) - London's top-flight index was firmly on the font foot on Thursday, with miners pacing the advance, as Asian markets stabilised following intervention from the People's Bank of China, and as expectations of a rate hike by the Federal Reserve were pushed back. [27 Aug '15]
(ShareCast News) - Mining giant BHP Billiton reported a 52% drop in first-half underlying profit on the back of tumbling commodity prices and a slowdown in China, as it reiterated its pledge to cut costs. [25 Aug '15]
(ShareCast News) - Every one of the FTSE 100 shares were in the red on Monday, as stock markets all belly flopped the world over, sparked by a dismal finish last week and a bad start from China on Monday morning. [24 Aug '15]
(ShareCast News) - The FTSE 250 showed a few green islands of buoyant investor sentiment, compared to the red sea of the FTSE, though the index was well in negative territory on Monday like all its counterparts around the globe. [24 Aug '15]
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