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FTSE firms on coronavirus peak hope, Babcock takes £85m charge, profit warnings emerge from retailers

A surprisingly quiet news day on the corporate front on Wednesday sees UK markets firm as investors eye hopes that the coronavirus in China may have peaked. That mild optimism saw Asian markets regain some of their recent lost ground overnight with Hong Kong’s Hang Seng rallying a full 1%. Japan’s benchmark Nikkei 225 and China's Shanghai Composite made 0.6% moves higher ...

Market report: Gains in Asia-focused banks offset domestic political concerns

UK shares opened firmer on Wednesday despite further political uncertainty after MPs voted against the Government last night, prompting fears that the prime minister would seek a snap general election under the Fixed-Term Parliaments Act. The FTSE 100 index gains 0.6% to 7,312 with banks, insurers, miners, oils and retailers contributing positively. Among the banks, index heavy-weight HSBC ...

Market report: FTSE falters, Barratt bullish, recruiters struggle after Page warning

UK stocks open weaker on Wednesday with the FTSE 100 index of leading stocks drifting off by 0.2% to 7,522 due to softness in Beverages, Personal Goods, Tobacco and Utilities Housebuilder Barratt Developments (BDEV) delivers a positive trading update for the year to 30 June and forecasts annual pre-tax profit above the current market consensus of £884m thanks to a big improvement in operating ...

Market report: Dixons Carphone plunges after massive profit drop, weather boosts Dunelm

As the US Federal Reserve keeps interest rate rises on ice, the UK’s FTSE 100 leading basket of stocks was up 0.4% to 7,433.88 with global markets reacting positively to the decision from America’s central bank. In the FTSE 100, shares in Russian miner Evraz (EVR) have had a tough morning, falling 4.6% to 645p after it said a group of investors had finally sold their 1.7% stake in the ...

Market report: Retail reports defy high-street gloom while Indivior swoons on US court ruling

UK stocks are mostly treading water on Wednesday ahead of yet another Brexit Summit in Europe and a meeting of the European Central Bank. The FTSE 100 is unchanged on last night's close at 7,427 points while the FTSE 250 is up a smidge at 19,463 points. Supermarket giant Tesco (TSCO) reports full year sales and margins which are above its own forecasts, under-pinning the stock’s recent ...
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