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ShareCast News - Risers and Fallers

FTSE 250 movers: Marshalls gains on interims, Debenhams slumps on downgrade

(ShareCast News) - London's FTSE 250 was a touch higher on Friday and by 1445 BST, was trading up 0.2% at 16,952.75, with investors mostly keeping to the sidelines at the end of what's been a pretty turbulent week.
[1 Hour Ago]

FTSE 250 movers: Hunting, Petrofac, Aldermore, OneSavings Bank

(ShareCast News) - The oil patch was on fire on Thursday as crude futures jumped on both sides of the Atlantic in the wake a much stronger than expected reading on the rate of growth in US gross domestic product. As of 16:30 front month Brent crude futures were up by 6,14% on the ICE at $45.96 per barrel, propelling shares of Hunting, Premier Oil and Tullow Oil higher.
[Yesterday 15:57]

FTSE 100 movers: Miners push higher, StanChart rebounds from recent losses

(ShareCast News) - London's top-flight index was firmly on the font foot on Thursday, with miners pacing the advance, as Asian markets stabilised following intervention from the People's Bank of China, and as expectations of a rate hike by the Federal Reserve were pushed back.
[Yesterday 14:17]

FTSE 250 movers: M&A lights fire under oil equipment stocks

(ShareCast News) - Shares in Paddy Power and Betfair surged on Wednesday as they announced they have agreed in principle to a possible merger that would create one of the world's largest public online betting and gaming companies by revenue.
[Wed 16:46]

FTSE 100 movers: Weir Group rallies on Schlumberger deal; WPP drops after results

(ShareCast News) - London's FTSE 100 was up 0.2% to 6,091 by 1352 BST, recovering from earlier losses, although worries about a slowdown in China continued to unsettle investors.
[Wed 13:13]

FTSE 100 movers: Financials lead risers as blue chips end losing streak

(ShareCast News) - The FTSE 100 bounced back on Tuesday, recouping some of Monday's China-triggered losses, for what looked like being the first positive session in 11 trading days.
[Tue 15:18]

FTSE 250 movers: Vedanta surges but Lonmin slumps as platinum prices drop

(ShareCast News) - London's FTSE 250 was firmly on the front foot on Tuesday, trading up 2.7% at 16,643.57 by 1600 BST, bouncing back from sharp falls in the previous session sparked by worries about a slowdown in China.
[Tue 15:17]

FTSE 100 movers: Randgold makes late bounce, as constituents all in red

(ShareCast News) - Every one of the FTSE 100 shares were in the red on Monday, as stock markets all belly flopped the world over, sparked by a dismal finish last week and a bad start from China on Monday morning.
[Mon 15:27]

FTSE 250 movers: N Brown bounces back, Poundland dragged ahead of CMA decision

(ShareCast News) - The FTSE 250 showed a few green islands of buoyant investor sentiment, compared to the red sea of the FTSE, though the index was well in negative territory on Monday like all its counterparts around the globe.
[Mon 15:11]

FTSE 250 movers: Spire feels pain of NHS budget cuts; gold miners gain

(ShareCast News) - The FTSE 250 fell 1.6%, led by a sharp drop in Spire Healthcare shares. The index of mid-cap stocks was down 226.5 points to 17,012.
[21 Aug '15]

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