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Share Price: 39.065
Bid: 39.06
Ask: 39.08
Change: -0.145 (-0.37%)
Spread: 0.02 (0.05%)
Open: 38.50
High: 39.22
Low: 38.05
Yest. Close: 39.21
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London midday: German ZEW survey provides a boost to UK stocks

- German ZEW expectations index swings into positive territory. - Moody's downgrades six nations, cuts outlook for three others to negative. - Bunzl, Barclays higher after broker upgrades. After an initial slump on the back of a mass downgrade of European sovereigns by Moody's, a sharp rise was rec

14 Feb 12 11:48

London close: Greek optimism buoys Footsie

- Stocks rise as Greece approves austerity package. - CBI cuts UK GDP forecasts. - Vodafone confirms potential takeover of C&W Worldwide. Stocks managed to hold on to gains on Monday as Greece moves one step closer to securing the next crucial tranche of aid. Mining and financial stocks led the ri

13 Feb 12 16:39

Bank lending to SMEs falls short of targets in 2011

Lending to businesses by the five major UK banks exceeded targets in 2011, but loans to small- and medium-sized businesses (SMEs) came up short, according to the latest data from the Bank of England (BoE). Gross lending from Barclays, HSBC, Lloyds, Royal Bank of Scotland and Santander totalled £214

13 Feb 12 15:17

FTSE 100 movers: Miners buoyed by Greek deal

Antofagasta lead the risers, closely followed by its fellow miners, after the Greek deal sparked a rise in the euro against the dollar, sending greenback-denominated metals´ prices higher. Anglo American, Kazakhmys, Rio Tinto and Xstrata were all making gains of at least 2%, with Anglo American pe

13 Feb 12 13:07

London midday: Stocks extend gains and banks, miners advance

- Stocks rise as Greece approves austerity package. - Banks miss 'Project Merlin' lending targets. - Vodafone confirms potential takeover of C&W Worldwide. The Footsie was trading a whole percentage point higher by midday, with banks and miners extending gains from the morning session, following

13 Feb 12 11:40

Broker tips: UK banks, Old Mutual, Entertainment One

Nomura has today cut its ratings on UK banking peers Lloyds and Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) from neutral to reduce, saying that the recent strong recovery in the sector should be seen as a selling opportunity. "Both groups are banking sector restructuring stories and therefore geared to market ris

13 Feb 12 10:35

Broker snap: Nomura downgrades UK banks on weak outlook

Nomura has today cut its ratings on UK banking peers Lloyds and Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) from neutral to reduce, saying that the recent strong recovery in the sector should be seen as a selling opportunity. "Both groups are banking sector restructuring stories and therefore geared to market ris

13 Feb 12 09:40

Monday broker round-up - UPDATE

SAB Miller: Credit Suisse initiates at outperform and with a price target of 2,900p. Lloyds: Nomura downgrades from neutral to reduce, cuts target from 40p to 35p. Royal Bank of Scotland: Nomura downgrades from neutral to reduce, cuts target from 34p to 26p. Barclays: Nomura downgrades from buy

13 Feb 12 09:08

Thursday newspaper round-up: Greece, Xstrata, Icap

"Workers at one of Britain's largest car plants are facing new concerns about their future as General Motors considers restructuring its loss-making European arm with "everything on the table". Sources close to GM Europe say the company is suffering from "overcapacity" as carmakers endure a slowdown

9 Feb 12 06:52

London close: Stocks slip as Greek talks commence

- Greek talks now underway in Athens. - Investors await policy decision by BoE tomorrow. - Reckitt leads risers after full-year results. The earlier optimistic mood in global equity markets soon faded as talks between Greek leaders commenced on Wednesday afternoon. The Footsie slipped towards the e

8 Feb 12 16:37

2012 to be a tough year for UK, but Citi still overweight on banks

In spite of what Citi believes will be another tough year for the UK economy, the US investment bank has reiterated its overweight position on UK banks. 2012 will be another difficult year, the broker says, with "continued emphasis on balance sheet repair after the surge in private and public debt

8 Feb 12 16:29

London open: Stocks rise with Greece in focus

- Greek leaders scheduled to discuss draft deal. - Reckitt rises strongly after beating full-year targets. - Miners, financials provide a lift. Stocks opened higher on Wednesday following two days in the red, with banks and resource stocks providing a lift. Worth noting, the FTSE All-World equity i

8 Feb 12 08:42

London close: Losses pared ahead of Greek meeting

-Greek talks enter critical stage. -Shareholders raise questions over terms of Glencore/Xstrata merger. -Defensives in demand as investors flee from risk. Losses were trimmed by the end of trade on Tuesday with reports pointing to progress being made in Greece. Government leaders and international

7 Feb 12 16:35

Lloyds announces 1,000 job cuts

Lloyds Banking Group has announced plans to slash almost 1,000 jobs in the UK, as well as closing some of its offices, according to the bank's employee union, Accord. The banking giant, which is undergoing an extended period of cost reduction and streamlining of its businesses, said it plans to mak

7 Feb 12 14:56

London close: Footsie breaks 5,900 as US jobs data excites

The much-anticipated January employment report from the US Labor Department didn't disappoint, with a better-than-expected increase in non-farm payrolls sending the FTSE 100 vertical in afternoon trading to break through the 5,900 level. The world's largest economy created 243,000 new jobs last mon

3 Feb 12 16:58

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