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Share Price: 170.90
Bid: 170.95
Ask: 171.10
Change: -1.60 (-0.93%)
Spread: 0.15 (0.09%)
Open: 170.70
High: 173.65
Low: 168.60
Yest. Close: 172.50
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16 Nov 10 17:08

London afternoon: Gloomy miners

Footsie retreated further over the lunch time session with mining stocks largely responsible for the decline, as metal prices pull back on fears that China will act to cool down its economy in the interests of reining in inflation. Antofagasta, Kazakhymys, Fresnillo, Xstrata and Rio Tinto are t

16 Nov 10 14:10

London midday: Battering for blue chips

Footsie is deep in the mire after the late swoon on Wall Street last night and concerns over the health of the entire eurozone. Miners have tanked with metals prices, while banks are still edgy over the sovereign debt situation in Ireland. Kazakhymys, Fresnillo, Xstrata, Anglo American and Antofa

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London open: Early losses for Footsie

Footsie has posted substantial losses following the reversal on Wall Street last night, with miners and financial groups bearing the brunt of the selling. Kazakhymys, Fresnillo, Man and Antofagasta are the worst of the fallers so far, with chip maker Arm the best of the risers. It's another hefty

16 Nov 10 08:58

London pre-open: Footsie to fall back

Footsie is expected to post substantial losses in early dealings following the reversal on Wall Street last night. In company news just out, profits soared at luxury fashion label Burberry in the six months to September 30 as sales of non-clothing items such as handbags jumped and the company exten

16 Nov 10 07:31

Taylor Wimpey sees top end profit

Taylor Wimpey has been busy. The housebuilder is fully sold for 2010 and expects full-year profit to be at the top end of expectations, it's got a news finance director and has agreed a revised £950m credit facility with its banks. The group has performed well in the UK and trading is stable despit

16 Nov 10 07:03

London close: Footsie recovers as M&A action heats up

The top share index snapped out of a weak start to finish in positive territory Monday as jitters over the Irish debt situation eased and bid speculation and company updates attracted attention. Shares in Invensys moved higher despite the engineering firm denying press reports that it has received

15 Nov 10 16:37

London afternoon: Bid activity keeps the pot bubbling

A sprinkling of bid speculation is livening up markets this Monday, as traders wait for the Irish sovereign debt situation to play itself out. Shares in Invensys are higher despite the engineering firm denying press reports that it has received an approach. The company's chief executive Ulf Henrik

15 Nov 10 14:07

London close: Two-year high for blue chips

Footsie hit a two-year high as investors piled into blue chips after yesterday's larger-than-expected stimulus package unveiled by the US Federal Reserve. But the good sentiment was not universal, with some hefty fallers on the back of disappointing trading updates. Hopes that the Bank of England's

4 Nov 10 17:01

London afternoon: Morning's gains consolidated

Since the Bank of England's noon announcement extinguished the small hopes of Britain joining the US in reviving its quantitative easing programme, leading shares have marked time. Miners are still doing particularly well on hopes that the Fed's stimulus measures will help sustain the global econo

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London afternoon: Miners retain most of their gains

London has lost some of its gains in the early afternoon but it is showing signs of a renewed upturn. Miners remain the best performers on expectations that the US dollar will suffer a relapse after the G20 agreement over the week-end that should, if adhered to, bring an end to so-called currency w

25 Oct 10 14:28

London midday: Banks miss out

Having got off to a flying start London spent the mid-morning period slowly relinquishing its gains before regaining impetus just before midday. Miners continue to lead the advance on expectations that the US dollar will suffer a relapse after the G20 agreement over the week-end that should, if adh

25 Oct 10 12:05

BBA mortgage approvals at 18-month nadir

There was more bad news for the UK housing market on Monday as the British Bankers' Association's measurement of mortgage approvals fell to an 18-month low in September. The number of new mortgages approved by members of the British Bankers' Association (BBA) in September was just 31,104, down from

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London close: Footsie closes lower after China rate hike

Shares fell in the afternoon after a surprise hike in rates in China took investors by surprise and the leading share index finished firmly in the red. The People's Bank of China upped its one-year deposit rate to 2.5% from 2.25%, while the lending rate has been hiked to 5.56% from 5.31%, with effe

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