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London close: Stocks edge higher on positive Greek news

London equities ended in the blue after news broke that Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras had "clipped the wings" of his bellicose finance minister, Yanis Varoufakis.
[Yesterday 16:49]

FTSE 250 movers: Supergroup soars on RBC upgrade, Lonmin lower after Exane downgrade

SuperGroup was trading higher as RBC Capital Markets raised its rating on the clothing chain. The broker, which hiked its recommendation to 'outperform' from 'sector perform', also increased its price target to 1,150p on high hopes for the newly appointed management team.
[Yesterday 13:43]

FTSE 100 movers: HSBC soars on potential high street spin-off, house builders lower

HSBC surged as reports emerged that it may spin-off its UK high street banking business, ahead of a review of its headquarters' location.
[Yesterday 13:27]

London midday: Bounce in UK industrial data lifts stocks

London equities returned to positive territory by midday as UK manufacturing data provided encouragement and earlier concerns about stalled Greek debt negotiations were assuaged by more positive rumours.
[Yesterday 11:43]

London pre-open: Sharp gains expected in HSBC

The Footsie is being called to start the day roughly flat on Friday´s closing level of 7,070.70.
[Yesterday 08:11]

London close: HSBC and miners lead gains

UK stocks ended the session higher, tracking gains on the other side of the Atlantic despite the somewhat mixed newsflow coming out of Greece.
[Fri 16:59]

FTSE 250 movers: Acacia boosted by Citi coverage, Rotork flows lower on weak Q1

Acacia Mining was trading higher as Credit Suisse initiated the stock with an 'outperform' rating, despite the gold miner reporting an 18% fall in its first-quarter core profit due to declining prices for the yellow metal.
[Fri 13:21]

FTSE 100 movers: HSBC rockets on domicile review, Astra hit by heartburn rival

HSBC topped the risers as it launched a review of its UK domicile in light of the changing regulatory landscape. Some media commentators suggested the announcement, carefully timed ahead of the general election, was politically motivated.
[Fri 13:19]

London midday: HSBC and StanChart ponders transferring HQ outside UK

Stocks were holding modestly higher on Friday at noon amid residual optimism over the Greek debt negotiations and on the coat-tails of overnight gains on Wall Street.
[Fri 11:58]

London open: Analysts sanguine on Greece, oil forecasts revised higher

Stocks have begun the morning moving modestly higher on residual optimism over the Greek debt negotiations and on the coat-tails of overnight gains on Wall Street, which saw the Nasdaq Composite close above its previous early 2000 record highs.
[Fri 09:17]



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