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Market report: Pennon powers higher on Viridor auction buzz, City Pub Group plunges on profit warning

London’s FTSE 100 advanced 30 points to 7,618 on Monday with European stocks ticking modestly higher following a lacklustre end to last week. Weekend press reports suggesting a growing number of Bank of England policymakers are considering voting for an interest rate cut to try and stimulate the economy put a dent in banks such as Lloyds (LLOY), down 0.9% to 59.8p, and Royal Bank of Scotland ...

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: FTSE 100 plunges to two-year low on US slowdown fears, DS Smith continues slide

UK stocks fall in line with continental Europe and US index futures as worries over the strength of the US economy begin to weigh on sentiment. In early trade the FTSE 100 index gives up almost 2% to 6,792.10, a new two-year low, while the FTSE 250 gives up 1.5% to a low for the year of 17,995 points. Tomorrow sees the release of three closely-watched indicators of the health of the US economy ...

Market report: Shire up after accepting new Takeda offer, Whitbread confirms Costa spin-off

The FTSE 100 is down 24 points to 7,401.5 after US stocks fell overnight as bond yields hit 3%, coinciding with a big sell off in tech shares. Google owner Alphabet was among the worse affected by the sell-off. Pharma company Shire (SHP) is up 2.8% to £40.90 after its board confirms it is willing to recommend Japanese rival Takeda’s revised take-over offer. The UK-based company has been ...

Market report: Trump worries dominate, Next guidance lowered but Irish eyes are smiling

The FTSE 100 is down 0.4% to 6,887.01, taking its cue from weak Asian and US markets, as wildcard presidential candidate Donald Trump's chances of winning appear to have increased. High street retailer Next (NXT) slips 0.7% to £47.75 as it trims full year guidance for sales growth from -2.5% to 2.5% to -1.75% to +1.25%. Housebuilder Persimmon (PSN) gains 0.8% to £17.51 as it reports ...
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