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Market Report: Fashion flying at N Brown but UK paper sector under pressure from softer markets

UK markets made a nervy start ahead of crucial US-China trade talks on Thursday, with the FTSE 100 down 8.8 points at 7,148 and the FTSE 250 down 6 points at 19,145. The one bright spot were the miners, with Anglo American (AAL) at the top of the leader board up 2% at £18.898. On the charge today were shares in fashion retailer Brown (N) (BWNG), flying 7.35% higher to 107.35p after reporting ...

Market report: Guidance cut by Aston Martin sees shares crash, ITV woos Love Island fans

Luxury sports cars maker Aston Martin Lagonda (AML) has issued a profit warning on Wednesday blaming pressure on its caused by ongoing economic uncertainty, much of which is being caused by Brexit unknowns. Shares in the company crashed 23% to 799.8p with full guidance for full year car volumes and earnings cut, and worryingly, hinting that things may yet get worse. ‘We anticipate that ...

Market report: Pub group EI soars on takeover but online fashion retailer ASOS plunges on profit warning

UK corporate news is dominated on Thursday by takeovers and profit warnings as FTSE 250 pubs chain Ei Group (EIG) and one-time online fashion superstar ASOS (ASC:AIM) hit the headlines. Shares in the UK's largest pubs chain Ei soared more than 39% to 286p in early trade as investors react to an agreed takeover deal from Slug & Lettuce pubs owner Stonegate Pub Company. Controlled by ...

Market report: Fast fashion retailers in the spotlight as resources drag on FTSE 100

On the day that the top job is advertised at the Bank of England it is figures from fast fashion businesses Boohoo (BOO:AIM) and Primark, and its owner Associated British Foods (ABF) that are likely to grab investor attention. Primark-owner AB Foods has reported half year revenue of £7.5bn and adjusted operating profit of £639m, largely flat year-on-year but it is the low cost fashion arm ...

Market report: trade talks progress, IWG strikes Japan deal and Rio Tinto plans extra investment

Increasing hopes that the US and China will finally put their long-running trade dispute behind them gives investors a welcome lift as we begin a new trading week, but the ongoing lack of corporate news continues to act as a brake on hubris in the UK. In early deals the FTSE 100 remains largely directionless, drifting six points lower to 7,431.01, although FTSE 250 mid-caps are doing better, up ...

Market report: Kingfisher’s wings clipped as CEO shown the door, TI Fluid Systems accelerates on profits surge

London’s FTSE 100 cheapens 3.6 points to 7,320.4 early on, ahead of the US Federal Reserve’s latest policy decision and amid chatter that top US trade officials will head to China next week for new trade talks. Home improvement giant Kingfisher (KGF) cheapens 1.3% to 242.1p on the news chief executive officer (CEO) Véronique Laury is downing tools having struggled to turn around the DIY ...

Market report: Reckitt beats forecasts, McColl's looks to move on from dreadful year

The FTSE 100 starts the week on the back foot although it is still holding on to a position north of 7,200, down 0.37% at 7,210.16 in early trading. An uptick in the pound contributing to the weaker open. Consumer goods giant Reckitt Benckiser (RB.) reports a 65% drop in annual profit owing to one-off gains and expenses but underlying earnings are up as the company hit the top end of its sales ...
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