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FTSE 250 movers: Debenhams rises after maintaining divi

High Street department store Debenhams rose after maintaining its interim dividend at 1p per share despite profits falling by a quarter in the first half. The profit decline, however, was in line with company guidance.
[Yesterday 14:49]

FTSE 100 movers: Royal Mail leads risers, miners slide lower

Royal Mail shares were in the top spot in today's session, as investors await to hear the government's decision on whether to sell the remaining 30 per cent stake in the group now that the lock-up period has expired. According to the BBC, senior Tories are firmly in favour of a sale.
[Yesterday 14:00]

FTSE 250 movers: Miners track metal prices higher

Mining groups Evraz, Lonmin and Polymetal International all tracked metal prices higher.
[Mon 15:41]

FTSE 100 movers: Supermarkets, miners lead, airlines fly lower

Sainsbury was a strong riser as it recovered from last week's news that it had lost some of its market share to the likes of discount stores Lidl and Aldi.
[Mon 15:09]

FTSE 250 movers: African Barrick climbs on rating upgrade

African Barrick Gold rose after Numis raised its target price from 170p to 260p and upgraded the miner from 'sell' to 'hold'.
[Fri 15:31]

FTSE 100 movers: Fresnillo escapes the storm after JP Morgan hikes target

JPMorgan Cazenove has lifted its price target for Fresnillo from 965p to 1,030p and kept an 'overweight' rating, saying it continues to favour the Mexican precious metals producer over sector peer Hochschild ('neutral').
[Fri 14:56]

FTSE 250 movers: Kazakhmys slides after broker assesments

Kazakhmys was in the bottom spot on the second tier after a week of unimpressive broker comments. On Tuesday Deutsche Bank reiterated its 'sell' rating, while Investec reduced its price target from 294p to 280p. The group has recently unveiled plans for a restructuring, which will see it split into separate public and private entities.
[Thu 15:53]

FTSE 100 movers: M&S leads the way lower

With UK sales remaining stubbornly flat, Marks and Spencer stitched together a more encouraging fourth-quarter result, but was nonetheless sat firmly in the bottom spot on the FTSE today. The group said second-half general merchandise gross margin will be down against the previous year, in line with the first half, as the group looks to compete with the high levels of promotion from its rivals. As a result, full-year UK gross margin is expected to be down around 20 basis poin
[Thu 15:45]

FTSE 250 movers: Carillion rises on Cantor upgrade

Carillion rose strongly after Cantor Fitzgerald upgraded the stock from 'hold' to 'buy' and increased its target price from 350p to 420p.
[9 Apr '14]

FTSE 100 movers: Barratt Developments rises on broker comment

Barratt Developments raced to the top of the leaderboard today after Deutsche Bank named the house builder as a top pick.
[9 Apr '14]



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