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Share Price: 7,450.00
Bid: 7,444.00
Ask: 7,450.00
Change: 26.00 (0.35%)
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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UK MARKET TALK ROUNDUP: BROKERS COMMENTS

Broker comments in the UK today. Compiled by Dow Jones Newswires Markets Desk, markets.eu@dowjones.com Contact us in London. +44-20-7842-9464 Markettalk.eu@dowjones.com 1311 GMT [Dow Jones] The rise in value-added-tax to 20% from 17.5% from Jan. 4 next year will squeeze discretionary income in

22 Jun 10 14:11

UK MARKET TALK ROUNDUP: BROKERS COMMENTS -2-

0626 GMT [Dow Jones] Situation in Europe is such dark cloud, says Rory Robertson at Macquarie; reckons Australian central bank may be on hold for quite a while. "Having paused in June and being about to pause again in July ahead of CPI, I think the RBA would love to remain on hold for the rest of th

22 Jun 10 14:11

MARKET TALK: UK VAT Rise Expected; To Burden Retailers - PWC

1248 GMT [Dow Jones] The rise in value-added-tax to 20% from 17.5% from Jan. 4 next year was expected and will burden retailers, Pricewaterhouse Coopers analyst Mike Bailey says. Says the rise to 20% was well-forecasted before the announcement Tuesday. Says retailers will face a burden although the

22 Jun 10 13:48

UK MARKET TALK ROUNDUP: BROKERS COMMENTS

Broker comments in the UK today. Compiled by Dow Jones Newswires Markets Desk, markets.eu@dowjones.com Contact us in London. +44-20-7842-9464 Markettalk.eu@dowjones.com 1248 GMT [Dow Jones] The rise in value-added-tax to 20% from 17.5% from Jan. 4 next year was expected and will burden retaile

22 Jun 10 13:48

UK MARKET TALK ROUNDUP: BROKERS COMMENTS -2-

0621 GMT [Dow Jones] USD/CNY extends gains in afternoon session following fresh USD demand from large state-owned Chinese banks, traders say. "We are seeing several big names buying at around CNY6.8200 and it's continuing," says Guangzhou-based trader at foreign bank. Another Shanghai-based trader a

22 Jun 10 13:48

UK MARKET TALK ROUNDUP: BROKERS COMMENTS -3-

0619 GMT [Dow Jones] (An item at 0600 GMT, misstated Yang Ming Marine's closing stock price. The correct version follows:) Taiwan shares end down 0.3% at 7612.68 in quiet trade, taking breather after ending at 5-week high yesterday. Hua Nan Securities Investment Assistant Vice President Henry Miao t

22 Jun 10 13:48

Euromoney boss sells all his shares

Simon Brady has raised £378,000 from selling shares in financial publisher and conferences organiser Euromoney Institutional Investor. He sold 64,509 shares at 586p each. This is the whole of his stake in the company. Brady has been with the group since 1988 and he was appointed to the board in

21 May 10 16:37

FTSE 100 movers: Banks head the slide

As Footsie slides below 5,000 it is the banks that are leading it downwards. Lloyds Banking, RBS and Standard Chartered are the worst performing banks. Brewer SABMiller is another of the major losers after yesterday's results and share sales by directors. Chief executive Graham MacKay raised £10

21 May 10 14:15

Next boss Wolfson spends £400,000

Next's chief executive Simon Wolfson has splashed out £400,000 in shares in the fashion chain. He took 19,231 shares at 2,080p a time, taking his stake to about 1.621m shares, some 0.865% of the company. Wolfson's purchase comes amid a period of weakness in Next's share price in line with the broa

20 May 10 16:53

Broker tips: FirstGroup, retailers

The outlook appears to be stabilising at bus and trains firm FirstGroup, but Nomura worries that it will take time to get debt levels down to sector averages. Plans to reduce the high levels of debt "look sensible", says the broker. Wednesday's final results revealed net debt fell to £2.28bn in the

13 May 10 15:53

Broker snap: Bargains on the high street

The recent stock market sell-off has presented buying opportunities in the clothing sector, despite the likelihood that attempts to tackle the budget deficit will put further pressure on consumer spending. Analysis conducted by Panmure Gordon reveals clothing purchases have been less discretionary

13 May 10 11:53

Broker tips: Next, Morrisons, Tomkins

UBS has nudged up its price target for Next after the fashion retailer's trading update on Wednesday. The broker has left unchanged its prediction of a 1% decline in like for like sales over the full year for the High Street operations but has revised its forecast for the online and catalogue busin

7 May 10 13:35

Broker snap: Next's sector discount unjustified

UBS has nudged up its price target for Next after the fashion retailer's trading update on Wednesday. The broker has left unchanged its prediction of a 1% decline in like for like sales over the full year for the High Street operations but has revised its forecast for the online and catalogue busin

7 May 10 13:10

London close: Late rally pares losses

Though tomorrow is the day of the UK General Election all eyes were on Greece today, as at least three people were reported dead as violent protests erupted in central Athens against the planned introduction of austerity measures. Stocks came off the bottom towards the end of the session, though th

5 May 10 17:16

London afternoon: Greek riots rattle investors

Footsie is now nursing a triple digit fall as the downward trend seen in the last hour of the morning session accelerated over lunch as US investors woke up to television footage of Greeks rioting in the streets. Civil unrest in Greece has sent the price of oil and metals into decline with a predic

5 May 10 14:53

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