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London close: FTSE falls on resources, financials as Trump's ability to deliver scrutinised

(ShareCast News) - Equities in London closed the day much lower with investors selling resources stocks and heading for gold on doubts about whether US President Donald Trump will be able to deliver on his healthcare and fiscal stimulus promises.
[27 Mar '17 16:34]

FTSE 250 movers: Inchcape motors on; miners lose their lustre

(ShareCast News) - A positive note on Inchcape saw shares in the automotive services and retailer lead the risers on the FTSE 250.
[27 Mar '17 13:49]

FTSE 100 movers: Randgold, Fresnillo shine; Babcock slumps

(ShareCast News) - London's FTSE 100 was down 1% to 7,260.60 in afternoon trade, while the pound rallied against the dollar amid doubts about Donald Trump's ability to deliver on his fiscal stimulus pledges.
[27 Mar '17 12:47]

London midday: Stocks fall as pound rallies amid Trump policy doubts

(ShareCast News) - Stocks in London were weaker by midday on Monday as the pound rallied against the dollar amid growing doubts about Donald Trump's ability to deliver on his fiscal stimulus promises after Republican leaders withdrew his healthcare bill due to a lack of support.
[27 Mar '17 11:17]

London open: Stocks drop after Trump's healthcare defeat

(ShareCast News) - Equity markets in London fell in early trade amid growing doubts about Donald Trump's ability to deliver on his plans for tax cuts and infrastructure spending after Republican leaders withdrew his healthcare bill at the end of last week due to a lack of support.
[27 Mar '17 08:08]

London pre-open: Stocks seen weaker on Trump healthcare fail, Brexit

(ShareCast News) - London stocks were set for a weaker open on Monday following a downbeat session in Asia, after Republican leaders withdrew Donald Trump's healthcare bill at the end of last week due to a lack of support.
[27 Mar '17 07:18]

London close: FTSE drifts lower ahead of pivotal US Congress healthcare vote

(ShareCast News) - Equities in London spent most of the session adrift with a slightly negative bias ahead of the US congressional vote on President Donald Trump's Healthcare Bill, with little in the way of domestic corporate or economic news to provide firm direction.
[24 Mar '17 16:26]

FTSE 250 movers: Hastings boosted by UBS note; Crest Nicholson drops

(ShareCast News) - London's FTSE 250 was down 0.1% to 18,976.14 in afternoon trade.
[24 Mar '17 13:27]

FTSE 100 movers: Smiths rallies on results; Next gives back some gains

(ShareCast News) - London's FTSE 100 was flat at 7,341.06 in afternoon trade, as investors looked to a key vote on a healthcare bill in the US.
[24 Mar '17 13:26]

London midday: Stocks ebb as investors eye US healthcare vote

(ShareCast News) - Equity markets in London were a touch weaker by midday as the delay to a key healthcare vote in the US raised doubts about Donald Trump's ability to deliver on other aspects of his agenda.
[24 Mar '17 11:23]



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