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ShareCast News - Market Report

London close: UK stocks sink on Eurozone deflation, US GDP

Macro concerns weighed on UK stock markets on Friday after Eurozone consumer prices fell more than forecasts and the rate of US economic growth slowed sharply.
[6 Hours Ago]

FTSE 250 movers: Afren soars on extended Seplat deadline

Oil producer Afren was continuing its volatile moves, jumping 33.33%. Afren extended their 'put up or shut up' deadline, initially set for Friday, to Nigerian producer Seplat by a further two weeks, in line with some analyst expectations.
[9 Hours Ago]

FTSE 100 movers: BT damaged by pension deficit worries, miners trading higher

Telecoms giant BT declined despite beating analysts forecasts with a solid rise in profits in its third quarter, as it announced a new 16-year "recovery plan" to pay down its expanding pension deficit, which now stands at 7bn. The company also revealed that it would upgrade its fibre network with large-scale pilots this summer of ultrafast broadband with
[9 Hours Ago]

London midday: Deflation fears hit stocks as Eurozone consumer prices fall

UK stocks fell on Friday on the back of concerns about the Eurozone, as data confirmed that the region fell further into deflation this month.
[11 Hours Ago]

London open: Stocks unchanged ahead of Eurozone CPI, US GDP

UK stocks opened more or less flat on Friday as investors treaded cautiously ahead of some key economic data, including consumer price figures in the Eurozone and growth estimates in the States.
[14 Hours Ago]

London pre-open: Higher start expected after late rebound on Wall Street

A late rebound on US markets is expected to lead to a higher open in London on Friday, with small gains expected early on.
[15 Hours Ago]

London close: UK stocks finish lower after choppy session, Shell sinks

UK stocks finished another choppy session slightly lower as investors digested a barrage of global economic data and corporate earnings, central bank moves and political developments in Greece.
[Yesterday 16:42]

FTSE 250 movers: Kaz Minerals surges after hitting annual targets, energy stocks fall

Kaz Minerals topped the risers after revealing it met its annual production target for 2014 with an output of 83,500 tonnes. Kaz's new gold and copper mine at Bozymchak, Kazakhstan, made its first shipment of concentrate at the end of 2014.
[Yesterday 15:20]

FTSE 100 movers: Shell falls after profit miss and spending cuts, Easyjet soars on upgrade

Oil major Shell topped the fallers after saying it is looking to reduce costs and lower investment in 2015 in response to the collapse in crude prices, as it curtailed over $15bn of potential spending over the next three years. The comments came as the firm reported adjusted annual profit growth of just 12% in the fourth quarter to $3.3bn, well below the consensus forecast of $4.2bn.
[Yesterday 15:17]

London midday: Stocks trim losses, but Fed and Greece still in focus

UK stocks fell on Thursday but had erased some losses by lunchtime as oil prices rebounded slightly, though the mood was still cautious as investors remained fixed on US monetary policy and developments in Greece.
[Yesterday 11:42]

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