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LONDON, May 18 (Reuters) - The following FTSE 100 companies 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 effect of the resulting adjustment to prices by market-ma
Oilfield services, mining and housebuilding stocks took the London market back into the green on Wednesday. At 15:18 BST, the FTSE 100 was trading at 6,966.21 up 0.47% or 32.41 points with housebuilders edging the blue chip index higher as they continued to benefit from buoyancy in the wider propert
** MSCI rebalance on May 29 expected to generate $764 mln of net buying in European consumer discretionary stocks from passive index tracking funds due to changes on MSCI Europe index, according to Citi ** UK biggest beneficiary on a country level with an expected $744 mln of net buying
** George Godber, manager of CF Miton UK Value Opportunities Fund, has increased exposure to homebuilders, notably Bellway , after Conservative Party election win ** Godber cites greater certainty on policy for homebuilders in UK & removal of threat of "mansion tax" which, he says, would ha
After a positive start, UK stocks dropped into the red by the close on Monday despite positive news emanating from Greece, which has come good on its debt repayment to the International Monetary Fund (IMF). The FTSE 100 retreated 0.24% to 7,029.85 by the end of the session, having risen as high as 7
Spikes in Royal Mail shares, food retail, mining and property companies provided market momentum on Monday, with the FTSE 100 trading marginally down. At 16:33 BST, the blue chip index was down 0.18% or 12.41 points at 7,034.41 points as shares in Royal Mail topped the risers after rival postal f