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London open: Stocks decline on commodities slump

(ShareCast News) - UK stocks declined on Friday morning as commodities reversed the previous day's rally and investors awaited the release of gross domestic product data.
[27 Nov '15 08:46]

London pre-open: Stocks to track Asia lower ahead of GDP data

(ShareCast News) - London stocks are called to open lower on Friday, taking their cue from a downbeat session in Asia, where the Shanghai Composite tumbled 5% amid reports that several brokerages in China were being investigated for alleged violation of securities regulations.
[27 Nov '15 07:18]

London close: Stocks boosted by commodities on Thanksgiving

(ShareCast News) - The FTSE ended higher on Thursday, supported by a rally in mining stocks as commodity prices improved.
[26 Nov '15 16:24]

FTSE 100 movers: Miners rally but BHP Billiton bucks the trend on UN claims

(ShareCast News) - London's FTSE 100 index was up 0.7% to 6,379.38 at 1507 GMT, with miners providing much of the support as markets were fairly calm with the US closed for the Thanksgiving holiday.
[26 Nov '15 14:46]

FTSE 250 movers: Ophir takeover reports continue to drive market

(ShareCast News) - The FTSE 250 continued on track to finish the week on a high, as the market was up 73.65 points (0.43%) to 17,184.96 by mid-afternoon Thursday.
[26 Nov '15 14:11]

London midday: Metals prices lift stocks as Thanksgiving holiday thins volumes

(ShareCast News) - Mining companies gave the UK equity market a boost on Thursday as metal prices increased.
[26 Nov '15 11:14]

London open: Mining stocks lead FTSE higher amid lack of data

(ShareCast News) - London stocks opened on the front foot on Thursday, led by mining stocks, amid no notable economic data releases as traders in the US took a break for Thanksgiving.
[26 Nov '15 08:38]

London pre-open: Stocks called higher in quiet trading as US celebrates Thanksgiving

(ShareCast News) - London stocks are called to open in the black on Thursday in what is likely to be a fairly quiet day's trade given the Thanksgiving holiday in the US and the absence of any market-moving UK data.
[26 Nov '15 07:09]

London close: FTSE boosted by housebuilding stocks after Autumn Statement

(ShareCast News) - The FTSE 100 rose on Wednesday with housebuilding stocks leading the way after Chancellor George Osborne announced measures to support the sector in his joint Spending Review and Autumn Statement.
[25 Nov '15 16:10]

FTSE 100 movers: Housebuilders rally on spending review; Anglo slumps on downgrade

(ShareCast News) - London's FTSE 100 was up 1% to 6,340.12, with housebuilders leading the charge as investors cheered Chancellor George Osborne's new plans for the sector.
[25 Nov '15 14:55]

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