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Share Price: 1,112.00
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3i doubles investments in first nine months

International private equity company 3i Group saw an 'encouraging increase in activity' in its markets in the final quarter of 2010. The group invested £183m in the three month period at the end of the year, bringing the total investment for the first nine months of the group's financial year up to

27 Jan 11 09:08

London close: Footsie little changed

Footsie closed little changed, which wasn't a bad result given a triple-digit loss for the Dow when it opened. Ireland was the story breaking as the trading day closed. Yields on benchmark Irish bonds rose to over 9% on reports that the EU might have step in and bail the country out. José Manuel

11 Nov 10 16:44

London afternoon: Financials drag index lower

An early three-digit loss on Wall Street has the Footsie near its worst levels of the day, with financials the biggest fallers. Insurers Aviva, L&G and Standard Life are deep in the red, as are and RBS and Barclays on fears about Irish debt. Metal heavyweights are limiting the deficit though. Most

11 Nov 10 14:24

London midday: Mining advance fails to lift Footsie

Big gains from mining companies have failed to haul Footsie into positive territory. The metals groups have marched higher from the off. Antofagasta, Kazakhmys, Xstrata, Fresnillo and Rio Tinto are in demand, as is oil major BP. Iron specialist Ferrexpo is the best performer. Cash is pouring in, o

11 Nov 10 12:14

London open: Small improvement for Footsie

Blue chips started pretty much as expected, posting reasonable gains in response to yesterday's steady recovery on Wall Street, with commodity plays leading the pack. The Dow Jones was trading deep in the red when London shut up shop Wednesday, but shed nerves ahead of today's G20 meeting in Seoul

11 Nov 10 08:16

3i in the black

Private equity house 3i ramped up investment and swung into profit during the first half. Profit before tax came in at £54m for the six months ended 30 September compared with a £57 loss in 2009, helped by a much smaller exchange rate hit. The net portfolio return rose by £4m to £236m. 3i realised

11 Nov 10 07:53

FTSE 100 movers: ARM recovers

Footsie is moving ahead today thanks to a wide range of companies. Chip designer ARM is clawing back some of its recent losses. Vodafone has spent another £21.7m on buying back shares. That takes the total spent since 16 September to £464.5m. The share price has risen by more than 8% in the past

28 Oct 10 12:57

3i purchases more bonds for cancellation

Private equity investor 3i has purchased more of its bonds in the market for cancellation. The group bought a total of £37.3m of 3i Group plc 3.625% Convertible Bond due 2011, leaving £167.5m of the bonds still out there in the market. The market purchases signal a return to the buy-back programme

19 Oct 10 08:29

London close: Footsie slumps in last hour

A last hour slump sent Footsie into the red by the close of a roller-coaster day. The index had been over 50 points higher in mid-afternoon after US second quarter gross domestic product (GDP) was revised upwards to show a 1.7% quarterly increase. But the Dow turned down sharply soon after, draggin

30 Sep 10 16:48

London afternoon: US GDP data jolts Footsie into life

Leading equities stormed higher after US second quarter gross domestic product (GDP) was revised upwards to show a 1.7% quarterly increase. Although this represented a slow-down from the 3.7% gain in the first quarter economists had not been expecting any improvement on the previous estimated gain,

30 Sep 10 15:02

London midday: Sluggish Footsie

Investors are holding fire ahead of this afternoon's release of US gross domestic product data. The downgrading of the credit rating of Spanish sovereign debt came as little surprise and has had minimal effect on sentiment, as has news that the bail out of Anglo Irish Bank could cost Ireland as much

30 Sep 10 12:00

London open: Footsie falls back

Yesterday's drab showing by Wall Street has engendered a cautious mood on this side of the pond, sending London's leading share index into the red. There has been plenty of corporate news for traders to get their teeth into, much of it relating to the food sector. Compass Group has headed south ev

30 Sep 10 08:36

London pre-open: Stocks set to step back

Yesterday's drab showing by Wall Street has engendered a cautious mood on this side of the pond, and dealers expect the FTSE 100 to open around 25 points down from its close last night. There has been plenty of corporate news for traders to get their teeth into, much of it relating to the food sect

30 Sep 10 07:31

3i sells less, buys more

Private equity house 3i spent much more money on investments and sold far less during the five months to the end of August, it revealed ahead of meetings with analysts and investors. The blue chip firm made investments of £257m during the period, up from £155m last year when the financial crisis wa

30 Sep 10 07:04

FTSE 100 movers: Positive reaction to Unilever deal

Investors have reacted favourably to Unilever's $3.7bn (£2.3bn) purchase of Alberto Culver, the owner of such brands as TRESemmé, Nexxus, VO5, St Ives and Simple. Barclays Capital has launched research into Autonomy with an overweight rating and has Sage at equalweight. Vedanta Resources is high

27 Sep 10 12:52

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