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FTSE 100 movers: Banks suffer as US tax reform boosts Ferguson and Ashtead

(ShareCast News) - The UK's FTSE 100 index edged higher in afternoon trading at the end of the week on a quiet day on the corporate news front.
[1 Dec '17 14:29]

FTSE 250 movers: Indivior surges but Countryside slides on placing

(ShareCast News) - London's FTSE 250 was flat at 19,957.08 in quiet afternoon trade on Friday.
[1 Dec '17 14:19]

London midday: Stocks turn lower despite solid manufacturing data

(ShareCast News) - London stocks had turned lower by midday on Friday despite a strong reading on the UK manufacturing sector and a weaker pound, with bank stocks in the red as RBS announced the closure of one in four branches.
[1 Dec '17 11:20]

London open: Stocks nudge up; RBS drops on branch closures but Indivior surges

(ShareCast News) - London stocks nudged higher early on Friday but gains were limited in quiet trade, with RBS in focus after it announced the closure of one in four branches.
[1 Dec '17 08:55]

London pre-open: Stocks to edge lower as investors eye US tax reform bill

(ShareCast News) - London stocks were set for a slightly weaker open on Friday on what will be a very quiet day in terms of corporate news, although there is some manufacturing data to look forward to and investors will keep an eye on any developments regarding the US tax reform bill.
[1 Dec '17 07:39]

London close: Sterling advance saps Footsie strength

(ShareCast News) - Stocks closed lower on Thursday, surrendering to pound strength amid optimism over recent progress in Brexit talks and following a report that Britain is close to agreeing a deal over the Northern Ireland border.
[30 Nov '17 17:28]

FTSE 100 movers: Mediclinic surges on upgrade, Persimmon 'pricey'

(ShareCast News) - The FTSE 100, the UK's primary stock index, traded 0.45% lower on Thursday as sterling continued its rise in a week in which progress appeared to be made in Brexit negotiations.
[30 Nov '17 15:15]

FTSE 250 movers: Marston's fizzes higher on results; RPC boosted by broker note

(ShareCast News) - London's FTSE 250 was down 0.6% to 19,931.78 in afternoon trade on Thursday.
[30 Nov '17 15:11]

London midday: Stocks turn higher despite stronger pound; Aviva rallies

(ShareCast News) - London stocks had managed to reverse earlier losses to trade a little higher by midday on Thursday even as the pound held its gains against the euro and the dollar.
[30 Nov '17 11:45]

London open: Stocks in the red as pound gains; OPEC meeting in focus

(ShareCast News) - London stocks fell in early trade on Thursday, weighed down by a stronger pound as investors looked to the OPEC meeting in Vienna later in the day.
[30 Nov '17 08:43]



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