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Market report: Pound slumps, Royal Mail and Aston Martin fail to win over investors

The FTSE 100 and 250 indices head in opposite directions amid panic over Brexit developments. Dominic Raab’s resignation as Brexit Secretary has triggered a sell-off in the pound and hurt the domestically-focused FTSE 250, down 0.7% to 18,772. In contrast, the more internationally-focused FTSE 100 rises 0.5% to 7,069, helped by strength in the mining sector amid hope that trade tensions will ...

Don’t miss the chance to buy this high flying small cap fund on the cheap

Investors keen to put money to work with UK equities, yet skittish about the domestic outlook given Brexit uncertainties, might find the 10.4% discount to net asset value (NAV) on Henderson Smaller Companies Trust (HSL) appealing. Given more hesitant GDP growth, higher inflation and a hard-pressed consumer, the UK equities space remains unloved, yet value abounds and this trust’s unwavering ...

Market report: Profit warnings slam the brakes on holidays firm TUI and Card Factory while ex-divi deluge drag on FTSE 100

Package holidays firm TUI (TUI) is firmly on the back foot in early trade on Thursday after the company warned of a €35m hit to profits this year as foreign currencies move against it. The news comes alongside third quarters figures showing a 7.5% fall in underlying earnings, sending the stock sliding close on 10% to £14.33. That makes TUI the biggest loser across a fairly weak FTSE 100, the ...

Market report: PZ Cussons crashes, while Tesco and Hammerson move in opposite directions

The FTSE 100 is in positive territory up 21 points to 7,154.17 despite fears over a potential trade war with China leading to another day of losses on Wall Street overnight. There are reports that President Trump is going to impose $60bn of tariffs on goods imported from China with many fearing what the retaliation will be from the Chinese. Tesco (TSCO)  is the top FTSE 100 riser with a share ...
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