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Share Price: 7,714.00
Bid: 7,708.00
Ask: 7,722.00
Change: 26.00 (0.34%)
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High: 7,748.00
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London close: Footsie finishes flat on euro concerns

The Footsie finished flat on Tuesday, as some worrying comments on the Eurozone by ratings agency Standard & Poor's continued to weigh on sentiment. The index traded within a narrow range of just 51 points today, with investors likely to stay cautious ahead of a pivotal EU summit scheduled at the e

6 Dec 11 16:53

Sector movers: Retailers sold off after gloomy data

Retailers were the worst performers of the day on Tuesday, falling an average 2.4% after some gloomy comments from the British Retail Consortium (BRC). Consumers are keeping "a tight rein on their spending, despite Christmas being so near", the BRC said today. Total sales were up 0.7%, against a 2

6 Dec 11 16:15

FTSE 100 Movers: Wolseley on the rise

Wolseley, a distributor of plumbing and heating products, hit the top spot after reporting that it has seen like-for-like revenue growth of 5% in the three months to the end of October, compared to the same period of 2010. Total revenues were £3,641m. On a like-for-like basis Wolseley's biggest mar

6 Dec 11 13:57

London midday: Footsie in the blue despite S&P warning

UK equities pushed into positive territory (albeit only slightly) by midday but trade was choppy in the morning session, as a Standard & Poor's warning over Eurozone ratings rattled markets' nerves. Nevertheless, US futures were pointing to a positive start on Wall Street, providing a lift here in

6 Dec 11 12:01

Broker tips: Kingfisher, Cairn Energy, Retailers

While B&Q and Screwfix owner Kingfisher reported third quarter profits ahead of Investec's forecasts, the broker has reiterated its hold rating given the "undemanding valuation metrics". "We have...cut our outer year forecasts in anticipation of negative LFLs [like-for-likes] in France next year, a

1 Dec 11 12:49

Broker snap: Bleak midwinter trading for retailers, predicts Investec

Investec has reiterated its underweight stance on the UK retail sector due to the cautious attitudes of cash-strapped consumers and ahead of an uncertain key trading period at Christmas The broker says that while the UK may be deemed as a safe (or even safer) haven when compared with Eurozone econ

1 Dec 11 12:38

Thursday tips round-up: Shaftesbury, Cineworld, Christmas shares

The Tempus column in The Times ponders which stocks would fit into a share portfolio consisting of stocks exposed to London and the South East only, and suggests that one would be Shaftesbury, the property company whose assets consist almost entirely of shops, restaurants and bars in the West End. I

1 Dec 11 07:06

UPDATE: Thursday broker round-up

Tate & Lyle: Panmure Gordon raises target from 615p to 645p, keeps hold rating. Marks&Spencer: Credit Suisse cuts target to 345p from 390p, stays at neutral. Next: UBS ups target from 2,600p to 2,800p, buy recommendation unchanged. St. James's Place: UBS downgrades from buy to neutral, target red

3 Nov 11 09:03

London close: US jobs data fuels rally

UK equities finished near their highest levels on the day after better-than-expected jobs data in the US gave a boost to markets this side of the Atlantic. The Footsie finished over 1% higher, despite falling into the red before midday, as investors continue to keep an eye on ongoing developments in

2 Nov 11 16:40

FTSE 100 Movers: Miners rising high

Africa-focused gold miner Randgold Resources surged higher after profits for the third quarter jumped by 336% on last year to $122.9m, helped by the sale of 31,646 ounces of previously held gold on hand at Tongon. Mining peers Fresnillo and Kazakhmys were also higher. Miners were also buoyed by ri

2 Nov 11 13:39

London midday: Footsie slips into the red

The FTSE 100 swung between gains and losses on Wednesday morning as investors kept their eye on developments in the Eurozone. By midday, the blue chip index was slightly in the red, with some disappointing manufacturing data weighing on sentiment. GREECE, EUROZONE MANUFACTURING, US FED The decisio

2 Nov 11 12:41

Broker tips: Next, Standard Chartered, Logica

Prime Markets reiterated its buy rating on Next following the retailer's third quarter statement, saying that the firm has delivered an "exceptional performance in a challenging year". Prime Markets' head of dealing Richard Curr said, "Evergreen retailer and sector bellwether Next has delivered an

2 Nov 11 11:55

Broker snap: 'Exceptional performance' by Next, says Prime Markets

Prime Markets reiterated its buy rating on Next following the retailer's third quarter statement, saying that the firm has delivered an "exceptional performance in a challenging year". The group announced that third quarter sales rose by 3.3%, as accelerating growth in Directory sales offset a decl

2 Nov 11 11:44

London open: Modest recovery led by Next

The Footsie was making a modest recovery on Wednesday, following yesterday's mass sell-off on the back of news of a Greek referendum. While the situation in the debt-laden country seems to be getting worse - with its prime minister rejecting calls for the vote to be cancelled - buyers returned to Eu

2 Nov 11 09:24

London pre-open: Buyers to make cautious return

There are signs that buyers might be ready to return to the market after the shake-out of the previous two days, with some pundits suggesting that the Greek government will buckle under pressure from its Eurozone partners not to press ahead with its plans for a referendum on the bail-out package. C

2 Nov 11 07:48

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