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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]

London pre-open: Stocks to slip as investors eye OPEC meeting

(ShareCast News) - London stocks were set for a weaker open on Thursday following uninspiring sessions in the US and Asia, as investors turn their attention to the OPEC meeting in Vienna later in the day.
[30 Nov '17 07:41]

London close: FTSE falls as pound rallies, Brexit deal in focus

(ShareCast News) - London stocks closed lower on Wednesday despite a strong showing from banks and housebuilders as the pound rallied on news that a Brexit divorce bill has been agreed, with consumer borrowing figures in focus.
[29 Nov '17 17:30]

FTSE 100 movers: Banks and builders benefit from Brexit bill deal

(ShareCast News) - Primary UK stock index the FTSE 100 was down 0.33% in afternoon trading on Wednesday as the pound rose off the back of a reported deal between the UK and the EU for a so-called 'Brexit bill', which however did boost some sectors.
[29 Nov '17 14:46]

FTSE 250 movers: Stagecoach surges but Cineworld slumps on acquisition news

(ShareCast News) - London's FTSE 250 was up 0.3% to 20,091.14 in afternoon trade on Wednesday amid reports of a breakthrough over the Brexit divorce bill.
[29 Nov '17 14:41]

London midday: Firmer pound hits FTSE but Brexit deal boosts builders and banks

(ShareCast News) - London stocks had fallen a little further into the red by midday on Wednesday despite a strong showing from banks and housebuilders as the pound rallied on news that a Brexit divorce bill has been agreed, with consumer borrowing figures in focus.
[29 Nov '17 11:38]

London open: Stocks in the red as pound firms on reports of Brexit breakthrough

(ShareCast News) - London stocks edged lower in early trade as the pound gained ground on news that a Brexit divorce bill has been agreed.
[29 Nov '17 08:42]

London pre-open: Stocks to open lower as pound gains on Brexit breakthrough

(ShareCast News) - London stocks were set for a weaker open on Wednesday as the pound gained ground on news that a Brexit divorce bill has been agreed.
[29 Nov '17 07:42]



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