Mon, 20th Nov 2023 16:00
At 16:00 PM, the FTSE 100 Index was down by -8.44 at 7495.81 points, a movement of -0.11%, showing a uncertain fall in the market.
Howden Joinery (HWDN) was a much traded share, with roughly £813.7m (0.215%) worth of shares being bought and sold.
Overall, 49.00% of the companies in the FTSE 100 Index were up, and 50.00% were down; giving a negative summary of the day so far.
Some of the top risers include Diploma (DPLM) which rose 11.26%, Ocado (OCDO) rising 7.17% and Spirax-Sarco (SPX) which increased 2.84%. The majority of gaining shares came from the Industrial Services and Industrial Metals sector(s).
The biggest risers were as follows:
- Diploma (DPLM) +340.00 (11.26%)
- Ocado (OCDO) +40.20 (7.17%)
- Spirax-Sarco (SPX) +254.00 (2.84%)
- Flutter Entertainment (FLTR) +335.00 (2.64%)
- Halma (HLMA) +37.00 (1.80%)
- Antofagasta (ANTO) +22.50 (1.63%)
- Shell (SHEL) +40.00 (1.53%)
- Burberry (BRBY) +22.50 (1.44%)
- Rentokil Initial (RTO) +5.30 (1.14%)
The shares that went down included Ashtead Group (AHT) which fell -9.84%, Smurfit Kappa (SKG) losing -2.94% and Compass Group (CPG) which dropped -2.10%. Most of these dropping shares came from the undefined, Industrials and Retailers sector(s).
The lowest fallers were as follows: