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Market report: Airlines and travel groups gain on lower oil prices while UK retail hit by profit warnings

UK markets opened on the front foot after new all-time highs were registered in the US overnight as relative calm returned following US-Iranian tensions last week. By 9.15am the FTSE 100 index was 0.4% higher at 7,360 points while the mid-cap FTSE 250 index was up 0.25% at 21,696 points. Airlines and travel stocks continued to benefit from lower oil prices as IAG Group (IAG) and Easy Jet ...

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: Slow start for UK stocks as Royal Mail fights strike threat and Games Workshop jumps

UK share dealing gets off to a slow start on a typically quiet Friday morning session with investor attention elsewhere. At the start of share trading the benchmark FTSE 100 is down roughly 25 points at 7,382.04, led by miners Evraz (EVR) and Anglo American (AAL), both off by around 3% at 373.7p and £20.495 respectively. British American Tobacco (BATS) tops the FTSE 100 leader board on ...

Market report: IAG climbs on Air Europa takeover, Mothercare crashes on UK administration woe

London’s FTSE 100 firmed 36.6 points to 7,338.97 on Monday with investors drawing confidence from optimistic comments from US commerce secretary Wilbur Ross about a US/China trade war resolution. Mining stocks Glencore (GLEN) and Antofagasta (ANTO), as well as Asia-focused life insurer Prudential (PRU) and several UK banking providers, led the blue chip benchmark higher. International ...

Market report: Imperial Brands wafts lower on warning, Pearson also feels the pain

London’s FTSE 100 rose 30.4 points to 7,320.4 on Thursday thanks to strength in utilities, oil producers, miners and insurers. The most heavily-traded stock by volume was British Airways owner International Consolidated Airlines (IAG), which saw its shares fall 3.9% to 461.5p after downgrading earnings guidance. Imperial Brands (IMB) wafted 9.8% lower to £18.63 on a full year profit ...

Market report: FTSE gains on firm oil price but Associated British Foods and Lloyds drag

UK stocks started the week on a positive note with the FTSE 100 index of leading stocks jumping 0.4% to 7,313. Firmer oil prices and a dip in the pound seem to be the main upside drivers. Shares in oil majors BP (BP.P) and Royal Dutch Shell (RDSB) both added 1.3% to 507p and £22.88 respectively. Crude prices gained on hopes that the new Saudi Arabian energy minister would continue the ...

FTSE 100 plunges on widespread selling pressure, Ocado seals Marks & Spencer deal

Heavy selling on Asian markets and escalating trade tensions lead to second day straight of large losses across UK stock markets in early trade on Monday. Just mining group Fresnillo (FRES) and British Airways-owner International Consolidated Airlines (IAG) make positive moves across the whole FTSE 100, which slumps more than 100 points, or 1.35%, to 7,307.00. Leading the sell-off is grocery ...
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