LONDON, July 6 (Reuters) - The following FTSE 100 company will go ex-dividend on Thursday, after which investors will no longer qualify for the latest dividend payout. According to Reuters calculations at current market prices, the resulting adjustment to prices by market-makers would take 0.
London markets were subdued on Wednesday, as gains in the supermarket, oil and mining sectors were offset by weaker performances from chemicals, software, and financial services stocks. As of 13:45 BST, the FTSE 100 was trading broadly flat at 6,843. Sainsbury surged after being boosted by a Societ
Shares in UK supermarket retailer Sainsbury rose to the top of the FTSE 100 on Wednesday after Societe Generale upgraded the stock to 'buy' from 'hold' and raised the target price to 315p from 260p, pointing to a resilient profile and attractive valuation. It said the group's profile is more resilie
Barclays upgraded Next to 'overweight' from 'equalweight' and raised the price target to 9,000p from 7,400p. Barclays said its analysis suggests the market under-appreciates Next's growth opportunities both in Retail and Directory, which stem from real wage growth, a very promising Label business an