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FTSE gets relief rally, Marks & Spencer, Travis Perkins, Wetherspoon suspend dividends

The FTSE 100 bounced strongly on Friday, rising 4.6% to 5,389 points following gains in Asian markets overnight and expectations of more stimulus actions from around the world to combat the coronavirus pandemic. Stocks which have been hardest hit over the last two weeks bounced back strongly with share prices in Flutter (FLTR), Whitbread (WTB) and Royal Dutch (RDSB) all up double digit ...

FTSE closes to its biggest loss since financial crisis as recovery rally runs out of steam

London stock markets chalked-up the worst weekly performance since the 2008 financial crisis despite clawing back a fraction of lost territory in Friday trading as earlier strength flagged. The benchmark FTSE 100 index closed 2.5% up at 5,366.11 on Friday, cementing a near 18% weekly loss, the biggest since a 21% drop in October 2008. That slump made it the third week running of heavy declines as ...

Market report: IWG gains on spin-off speculation, Carpetright rallies on debt financing relief

London’s FTSE 100 cheapened the best part of 30 points to 7,065 on Tuesday, despite remarks from Donald Trump that the US and China would ‘very shortly’ resume trade talks. A rare bout of strength in the pound served to weigh on UK stocks that earn in US dollars, explaining the share price declines seen at Carnival (CCL) and Ferguson (FERG). Flexible office space supplier IWG ...

Market Report: Merlin pressure rises as activist calls for action, Serco jumps on naval acquisition

UK stocks are in sharp reverse in early trade on Thursday as growing tensions between the US and China, and doubts over Theresa May's government leadership because of Brexit continue to gnaw away at investor confidence. The benchmark FTSE 100 slumps more than 80 points, or roughly 1.2%, to 7,247.66, although a swathe of companies going ex-dividend today (when new shareholders lose the right to ...

City of London: 4.4% yield offers twice the return of best-buy cash accounts

Launched in 1891, City of London Investment Trust (CTY) has become one of the most popular investment trusts with investors seeking to run their own portfolios rather than use the services of financial advisers or wealth managers. It is easy to see why the trust appeals to so many investors, in Shares’ view. City of London currently yields 4.4%, based on the past year’s dividend payout, an ...
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