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Share Price: 266.60
Bid: 266.50
Ask: 266.80
Change: 2.80 (1.06%)
Spread: 0.30 (0.11%)
Open: 261.10
High: 268.20
Low: 260.30
Yest. Close: 263.80
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London close: Miners surge on US hopes

- US GDP and housing data boosts stocks - 'Fiscal cliff' concerns ease after politicians' comments - Mining stocks rise on demand hopes Hopes about the US economy were driving gains on Thursday as investors reacted positively to comments from politicians about the 'fiscal cliff' and decent economic

29 Nov 12 16:39

FTSE 100 movers: Miners lead the way

Rio Tinto was among the best performers on Thursday after Chief Executive Tom Albanese boasted at an investors seminar that the company was 'very well positioned despite the challenging global environment'. The company said it is targeting five billion dollars of cost savings by the end of 2014 as

29 Nov 12 15:39

London midday: Stocks rise after 'optimistic' comments on 'fiscal cliff'

Hopes that the US can avert the impending 'fiscal cliff' were helping markets register decent gains on Thursday morning, following comments from policy-makers Stateside yesterday. US Republican Speaker of the House John Boehner said that he was "optimistic that we can continue to work together to a

29 Nov 12 11:41

London open: Stocks gain on US budget hopes

UK equities opened strongly on Thursday morning with mining stocks leading the risers on the back of optimism that US policy-makers will eventually agree on a deal to avert the 'fiscal cliff'. "European equities are trading higher this morning managing to extend yesterday's afternoon late turnaroun

29 Nov 12 08:22

Kingfisher aided by international business - UPDATE

DIY group Kingfisher saw revenue and profit creep up in the third quarter, as the company was boosted by sales in its new international territories, such as Russia. Revenue was up 0.8% at constant currency to £2.7bn, while retail profits on the same basis sneaked up 0.1%. However, overall, like-fo

29 Nov 12 07:04

Week ahead: Severn Trent, United Utilities, Kingfisher

Next week will see traders return to their desks in full-force following the long Thanksgiving Day holiday in the United States. Foremost on their minds will be two things, the most recent survey data for US retailers out over this past weekend and Monday evening's meeting of Eurozone finance minist

23 Nov 12 09:32

Broker tips: SABMiller, Johnson Matthey, Kingfisher

Jefferies has reiterated its 'buy' rating and 2,990p target price for drinks group SABMiller after a better-than-expected first half. The broker said: "The flat share price performance of SABMiller since the trading update in October has seen its peers catch up in terms of valuation with the compan

22 Nov 12 10:53

Broker snap: Panmure upbeat about long-term outlook for Kingfisher

Third-quarter profits at B&Q and Screwfix owner Kingfisher are expected to fall when its reports next Thursday but Panmure Gordon remained upbeat today with a 'buy' rating and 350p target price. The broker expects like-for-like sales to fall across the board in the third quarter. As for the bottom

22 Nov 12 10:51

London close: Stocks hold on to gains despite Eurozone uncertainty

-Chinese data and US figures lift sentiment -All eyes on Spain and Greece ahead of EU summit -Citi economist predicts 'Grexit' -Spanish 10 year bond yields rise 19bp to 5.82 per cent -Greek 10 year bond yields fall 48bp to 17.56 per cent London's FTSE 100 index finished the day in positive territor

15 Oct 12 16:25

London midday: Banking stocks gain, yet Footsie falls

- IMF warns about Eurozone crisis - Unions call for strikes in Greece - Banks gain on speculation of eased capital rules UK stocks suffered more losses on Wednesday in spite of some relative strength in the banking sector, as the International Monetary Fund (IMF) warned about the risks emanating f

10 Oct 12 11:32

London open: Stocks fall on growth concerns again

- Growth concerns take down stocks again - Alcoa trims demand forecast - Banks could need to shrink assets, says IMF The FTSE 100 was heading for its third consecutive day in the red, starting Wednesday's session on the back foot with global growth concerns continuing to weigh on sentiment. Trader

10 Oct 12 08:45

Wednesday newspaper round-up: BP, Bank capital, Direct Line

Angela Merkel, the German chancellor, has stamped her seal of approval on Greece's austerity plan and vowed to stand by the country as "partner and friend", signalling almost certain approval for the next tranche of EU-IMF Troika aid. The German leader - protected by 6,000 police - braved hostile cr

10 Oct 12 06:30

London open: Footsie bolstered by miners ahead of US data

- Burberry, Wood Group and miners lift FTSE 100 early on - Markets await US payrolls data - IMF to cut global GDP forecast Stocks edged higher on Friday morning ahead of some closely-watched jobs data from the US later today; Burberry, Wood Group and the miners were among the highest risers on the

5 Oct 12 08:48

Friday broker round-up

Anglo American: AlphaValue upgrades from add to buy. Betfair: Panmure Gordon cuts target from 1,000p to 977p, buy rating kept. BHP Billiton: AlphaValue downgrades from add to reduce. Burberry: Morgan Stanley upgrades to overweight, target kept at 1,190p; UBS keeps neutral rating and 1,170p target

5 Oct 12 08:19

London close: Stocks end flat after BoE and ECB decisions

- BoE and ECB hold rates - US data beats estimates - Next leads risers after broker comments The Footsie swung between gains and losses for most of Thursday's session but finished the day broadly flat following a busy day on the global economic calendar, which saw policy decisions in the UK and Eur

4 Oct 12 17:02

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