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FTSE flat as investors await Fed update, The Hut struts higher, Redrow reports 66% profit slump

UK stocks tracked sideways in early trading on Wednesday as investors awaited an update from the Federal Reserve about the outlook for the US economy. At 8.39, the FTSE 100 was ever so slightly lower, off 0.15% at 6,096.30 points. E-commerce company The Hut (THG), the Manchester-based owner of the Lookfantastic website, surged 27% higher to 635p, having priced its IPO at 500p, as conditional ...

Winners and losers among housebuilder, portal and estate agent shares as housing market is defrosted

The housing market is emerging from hibernation but as investors in directly related sectors like housebuilders and estate agents count the cost of lockdown they have seen a significant divergence in share price performance. There are a number of factors behind these disparities. A look at the table of year-to-date performance suggests that financial strength has been a clear dividing line but ...

Market report: Marks & Spencer slumps on poor Christmas clothing sales, Card Factory collapses on profit warning

London’s FTSE 100 started Thursday on the front foot, gaining 31.4 points to top the 7,600 mark as tensions between the US and Iran seemed to cool overnight. Corporate news was dominated by a flurry of festive updates from the hard-pressed retail sector, with the British Retail Consortium (BRC) stating that annual sales dipped in 2019 for the first time since 1995. Embattled retail giant ...

Market report: Galliford Try gallops ahead, JD Sports jumps on record results

London’s FTSE 100 shed 20.1 points to trade at 7,215.7 early on Tuesday. Markets were mixed as Chinese shares slipped on the back of weak producer price data and investors lost their appetite for the pharma, tobacco and utilities sectors. On the currency markets, the pound eased back against the dollar, falling 0.16% to $1.236. In corporate news, Galliford Try (GFRD) galloped 15.6% higher to ...

Market report: Saga sails higher on activist interest, Galliford Try gains on ‘good housing demand’

With the pound under increasing pressure as we draw closer to a decision on the Tory leadership contest and Brexit, this currency weakness weighed on UK domestic stocks including Sainsbury’s (SBRY) and Marks & Spencer (MKS) on Wednesday. Both retailers were among the top fallers on the FTSE 100 index, which fell 0.2% to 7,560, while the more UK domestic-focused FTSE 250 declined by 0.1% to ...
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