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Share Price: 7,400.00
Bid: 7,424.00
Ask: 7,430.00
Change: -24.00 (-0.32%)
Spread: 6.00 (0.08%)
Open: 7,338.00
High: 7,536.00
Low: 7,312.00
Yest. Close: 7,424.00
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FTSE 100 movers: Retailers on the slide

Retailers are among the main fallers after some weekly sales figures from unquoted retailer John Lewis. Next, Marks & Spencer, Kingfisher and Burberry are all lower after underwhelming sales figures from the John Lewis. There was a 1% rise in sales in the week to February 5 from the same period l

11 Feb 11 14:13

London afternoon: L&G leads modest advance

Leading shares are mixed but with a slightly firmer bias after rising over the lunchtime session. Insurer Legal & General (L&G) leads the advance on the back of a positive broker note from Nomura Securities. "We highlight our preference for L&G over Prudential (Reduce), given that we expect Pru to

11 Feb 11 14:11

London midday: FTSE 100 back above 6,000

The FTSE 100 is back above 6,000 after a weaker spell earlier but remains in the red. Retailers are among the heaviest fallers after some underwhelming sales figures from the John Lewis. As the department store itself put it, the 1% rise in sales in the week to February 5 from the same period las

11 Feb 11 12:18

London close: Footsie fades late

Footsie closed lower after an afternoon rally, following a downgrade of Japan's credit weighting by ratings agency Standard & Poors, fizzled out. Life insurers moved to the top of the pile led by Old Mutual, Prudential and Aviva. Mining stocks did well after the US Federal Reserve indicated yesterd

27 Jan 11 16:32

Sector movers: Miners on the march after updates

Mining is one of the best performers on a busy day for the sector. A notable riser is FTSE 250-listed Petropavlovsk, up more than 6% after the Russian gold miner forecast production would rise 18% in 2011 even on a very conservative estimate. Precious metal miners in the FTSE 100 are also going wel

27 Jan 11 14:25

London afternoon: Stocks edge higher

Footsie remains marginally in positive territory after trading sideways over the lunchtime session, with the downgrade of Japan's credit weighting by ratings agency Standard & Poors continuing to weigh on sentiment. Mining stocks are going well, however, after the US Federal Reserve indicated yeste

27 Jan 11 14:23

FTSE 100 movers: Mining sector boosted by Citi note

Mining shares are rising today with Fresnillo the biggest mover after Citigroup published a positive note on the sector. Randgold Resources was upgraded from neutral to overweight by HSBC. Satellite broadcaster BSkyB reported a strong rise in profits in the six months to December 2010. Pre-tax p

27 Jan 11 13:20

London midday: Shares still seeking direction

Shares remain uncertain following a raft of company statements this morning. Updates have been broadly well received, but ratings agency Standard & Poors' downgrade of Japan's credit rating weighing on sentiment. S&P now rates the far eastern nation at AA-, citing worries over its large debt burden

27 Jan 11 12:07

Non-exec buys after Smiths rejects approach for division

Bruno Angelici, a non-executive director of Smiths Group, has bought his first shares in the company less than a week after it was revealed that the technology supplier had rejected an approach for its medical division. Angelici paid 1392p a share for the 2,000 shares he acquired - a total outlay

20 Jan 11 16:42

Broker tips: Next, Jardine Lloyd, Domino's

Financial services group Matrix highlights the weak sales figures at Next as atypical of the sector and places the target price for the high street fashion chain under review. For the five months to 24 December, the group blamed its poor sales on bad weather and poor availability of best selling li

5 Jan 11 12:53

Broker snap: Bleak midwinter sales at Next

Financial services group Matrix highlights the weak sales figures at Next as atypical of the sector and places the target price for the high street fashion chain under review. For the five months to 24 December, the group blamed its poor sales on bad weather and poor availability of best selling li

5 Jan 11 11:48

London open: Blue chips open lower

London has opened weaker, continuing the softer trend seen towards the end of yesterday's session with retailers and food groups under pressure. The snow lost Next an estimated £22m of full price sales in the run-up to Christmas - about 2.2% of the season's total sales - although the high street fa

5 Jan 11 08:56

London pre-open: Retailers in focus

London looks set to open weaker, continuing the softer trend seen towards the end of yesterday's session. City traders expect the FTSE 100 index will open down by about 6 points from last night's close. Retailers are in focus in the early going. The snow lost Next an estimated £22m of full price sa

5 Jan 11 07:37

Next counts cost of snow

The snow lost Next an estimated £22m of full price sales in the run-up to Christmas - about 2.2% of the season's total sales - although the high street fashion chain remains on target to meet full-year profit forecasts. Like for like sales between 1 August and 24 December tumbled 6.1%, worse than a

5 Jan 11 07:00

Wednesday preview: Next in line to update on Christmas

Blacks Leisure was the first retailer to update on Christmas trading, posting a strong rise in like-for-like sales in its outdoor stores; a trading statement from fashion group Next will give another indication of the health of the UK High Street. Aside from the rise in VAT to 20% from 17.5% that h

4 Jan 11 18:27

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