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Director Deals: Croda finance boss sells down stake, plus Purplebricks and Greggs

It’s been a quieter week for director deals given the Bank Holiday weekend, but a number of company bosses and non-executive directors have still been busy dealing in their companies’ shares. The most notable transaction comes from FTSE 100 chemicals company Croda International (CRDA), whose chief financial officer Jez Maiden sold around 10,600 shares this week at a price of £63.82 each in ...

FTSE 100 rallies early on as Moderna vaccine roll-out inspires renewed reopening optimism

The UK’s major stocks started strongly on Wednesday as the nation starts its Moderna vaccine rollout, the third approved for Brits, reigniting reopening optimism among investors. With the UK’s lockdown set for another round of easing next Monday, businesses are gearing up for a resumption of trading that saw a flash PMI reading surge last month. Later today investors will get an idea of the ...

UK markets close in the red as Brexit, virus worries put investors on the back foot

UK stocks ended Thursday lower as a stalemate over a post-Brexit trade deal with the European Union and rising Covid-19 infections fuelled fears of more damage to an already faltering domestic economic recovery. Even the modestly positive start to trading on Wall Street failed to turn the tide, leaving the benchmark FTSE 100 0.8% off at 6,334.35 despite positive vaccine updates. Automotive, Oil ...

FTSE finishes lower as Brexit worries resurface, blue chips trade ex-dividend, TUI ventures south

UK markets finished in the red on Thursday as a batch of blue-chip firms traded ex-dividend and investors fretted over resurgent Brexit fears and an October end to the furlough scheme. Coming off a strong run, the pause for breath occurred despite an impressive jobless claims report out of the US, with initial jobless claims dropping below one million for the first time since March. The FTSE ...

FTSE down as blue-chips trade ex-dividend, National Express decelerates, TUI ventures south

UK markets were lower on Thursday as a batch of blue-chip firms traded ex-dividend, while National Express (NEX) slumped after reporting a pre-tax loss for the first half of the year. Elsewhere in the world, the number of coronavirus deaths in India has topped 47,000, making it the fourth worst country globally, while New Zealand has recorded another 13 new infections, forcing Auckland into ...
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