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London midday: Stocks rise after UK construction data, but gains limited

The FTSE 100 edged higher on Thursday after a strong reading of UK construction activity, though gains were limited amid ongoing uncertainty in Greece and ahead of a closely-followed report on the US labour market.
[26 Minutes Ago]

London open: Stocks open flat on uncertainty ahead of Greek referendum

UK stocks opened broadly flat on Thursday morning as fading optimism about a Greek debt deal and an upcoming US jobs report gave investors reasons to be cautious.
[3 Hours Ago]

London pre-open: Stocks to fall as Greek hopes fade, US jobs data ahead

UK stocks are expected to slip in early trading on Thursday after the Greek government confirmed it would be pushing ahead with a referendum on Sunday, dashing hopes of an imminent debt deal with creditors.
[4 Hours Ago]

London close: Stocks rebound as investors digest Greek rumours

UK stocks bounced strongly on Wednesday after hitting a new five-month low the previous day as investors continued to digest the latest news flow from Greece, after Athens became the first developed economy to default on a debt repayment to the IMF.
[Yesterday 16:19]

FTSE 250 movers: Serco gains as profit beats expectations, Premier Oil slips on weak oil prices

Mid-caps gained on Wednesday, championed by strong performances in the construction, telecommunications and property sectors.
[Yesterday 13:06]

FTSE 100 movers: Travel and banking stocks surge, miners decline

London markets were buoyed by strength in the travel and banking sectors, which offset weakness in mining and oil stocks.
[Yesterday 13:05]

London midday: Stocks surge on Greek deal hopes, but uncertainties remain

Decent gains in the banking and travel sectors gave UK stocks a boost on Wednesday as sentiment was buoyed by hopes of a possible bailout deal in Greece.
[Yesterday 12:07]

London open: FTSE rebounds after sell-off as Greece defaults

UK stock markets advanced on Wednesday morning, bouncing back after a Greece-inspired sell-off pushed the FTSE 100 to a new five-month low the previous session.
[Yesterday 08:25]

London pre-open: Stocks to bounce despite Greek default on IMF loan

UK stocks are expected to bounce off a five-month low on Wednesday despite Greece becoming the first developed economy to default on a repayment to the IMF.
[Yesterday 07:47]

London close: Last-minute Greek proposal fails to lift stocks, FTSE plunges 1.5%

A last-minute request from Greek prime minister Alexis Tsipras for a new bailout programme failed to inspire gains on London's stock market as the heavyweight mining sector bore the brunt of a reduction in risk appetite.
[Tue 16:41]



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