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FTSE 100 movers: RBS hit by mortgage bond allegations, Vodafone by ML note

UK stocks inched lower on Friday, as investors continued to fret in the run up to Sunday's Greek referendum.
[1 Hour Ago]

FTSE 250 movers: Jimmy Choo boosted by Barclays coverage, Synthomer lower on disappointing profits

Mid-caps were trading slightly higher on Thursday, though weakness in the industrial metals, transport and technology provided a drag on gains.
[Yesterday 13:15]

FTSE 100 movers: Intertek hit by downgrade, miners higher

The FTSE 100 was buoyed by a tentative recovery in metal prices, strong construction data and gains in the pharmaceuticals, insurance and telecommunications sectors on Thursday.
[Yesterday 13:14]

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.
[Wed 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.
[Wed 13:05]

FTSE 250 movers: Home Retail group surges on upgrade, miners lower

Mid-caps continued to decline on Tuesday, as gains made in the real estate sector were offset by weakness from telecommunications, technology and mining stocks.
[Tue 13:07]

FTSE 100 movers: Travel stocks rebound, but supermarkets dip on Kantar data

UK stocks extended losses on Tuesday, as the recovery in travel stocks was offset by weakness in supermarkets and miners.
[Tue 13:06]

FTSE 250 movers: Thomas Cook hit by travel market uncertainty, Ocado higher on deal speculation

Mid-caps plunged on Monday, with gains made by miners overshadowed by weakness in the travel and financial sectors, as Greece closed its banks and called for a public vote on bailout proposals by its creditors.
[Mon 13:21]

FTSE 100 movers: Financials and travel stocks plunge, gold miners higher

UK markets plummeted on Monday, as Greece closed its banks and called a public vote to determine its future within the Eurozone.
[Mon 13:19]

FTSE 250 movers: OneSavings higher on Investec comments, Wood Group hit by downgrade

Mid caps were in the red on Friday, as gains made by retailer and telecommunications stocks were overshadowed by Greece's looming critical weekend.
[26 Jun '15]

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