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FTSE 250 movers: Oil stocks lead downside

Oil stocks led the downside, thanks to a combination of declining Brent crude prices and comments out of analysts at Deutsche Bank.
[12 Minutes Ago]

FTSE 100 movers: JP Morgan comments lift Intertek

JP Morgan analysts Robert Plant, Chris Gallagher and Jolyon Wellington on Wednesday reiterated their 'overweight' recommendation on shares of testing services firm Intertek following a sales meeting with the company's chief executive officer, Wolfhart Hauser, on Tuesday afternoon.
[Yesterday 16:12]

FTSE 250 movers: Vedanta climbs on bauxite hopes

Diversified metals and mining major Vedanta Resources was higher after chairman Anil Agarwal said the problems with bauxite supplies to its Lanjigarh aluminium refinery in three or four month's time.
[Yesterday 15:42]

FTSE 100 movers: StanChart slides after third-quarter results disappoint

Shares in banking group Standard Chartered dropped after the company reported a 16% decline in operating profit in the third quarter and said that full-year earnings would be lower than last year.
[Tue 14:46]

FTSE 250 movers: African Barrick lifted by broker comment as Synthomer slides after profit warning

African Barrick Gold climbed after Westhouse Securities moved its target price from 230p to 240p, keeping its 'add' rating.
[Tue 11:21]

FTSE 100 movers: Travel stocks lead following recent Ebola-related declines

Travel stocks were among the best performers as investors continued to search for bargains after recent Ebola-related weakness in the sector.
[Mon 15:36]

FTSE 250 movers: Renishaw leads after updating second half outlook

Renishaw has revealed that it now expects to continue to experience the revenue growth seen in its first quarter in the second half of its financial year. The brief announcement from the metrology and healthcare manufacturer came less than two weeks after it delivered its interim management statement, which revealed a 28% increase in first quarter revenue to 101.4m.
[Mon 13:56]

FTSE 250 movers: Foxtons dives after issuing profit warning

Estate agency group Foxtons plunged after it delivered a profit warning after being hit by the slowdown in the UK property market. The company said that full-year operating profits would be "below the prior year figure of 49.6m".
[23 Oct '14]

FTSE 100 movers: Tesco leads downside after profits slide

Tesco led the downside after its first-half trading profits fell 39.4% at constant exchange rates to 937m. Tesco's chairman Sir Richard Broadbent announced his own succession process had begun, as the company's UK like-for-like sales fell 4.6%. Although its pension deficit surged from 2.6bn to 3.4bn, and net debt increased by 0.5bn year-on-year to 7.5bn, the company later ruled out a rights issue.
[23 Oct '14]

FTSE 100 movers: GlaxoSmithKline leads risers after pleasing with Q3 results

Drug giant Glaxosmithkline (GSK) rose after the pharmaceutical giant said core operating profit fell by just 6% to 1.89bn, compared with the 1.71bn forecast.
[22 Oct '14]



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