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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 ...

Market report: Mark-down for Next, Charles Taylor surges on £261m takeover

Having opened lower, London’s FTSE 100 edged 15.1 points higher to 7,329.1 on Thursday as tension mounted ahead of the Bank of England’s latest interest rate decision and after last night’s rate cut by the US Federal Reserve left investors confused. While the cut was widely expected, the market doesn’t know what to make of split views in the Fed as policymakers in the committee failed to ...

Market report: UK market treads water while Interserve implodes under debt restructuring plan

UK stocks are slightly lower in early trade with the FTSE 100 giving up 8 points or 0.1% to 6,770 points while European markets drop further on growing trade concerns. Classic defensive sectors like Beverages, Pharmaceuticals and Tobacco are steadying the ship while cyclical sectors such as Oil Services and Technology are weighing. However Utilities, which are usually considered ...

Market report: Ryanair takes a nosedive as strikes spark profits warning, Aston Martin tightens IPO price range

Low-cost carrier Ryanair (RYA) lowered its full-year adjusted profit forecast on Monday, citing lower traffic and forward bookings due to a series of strikes by its crews. The company says it now expects profit for the year to range between €1.1bn and €1.2bn, which compares with a prior forecast of €1.25bn to €1.35bn. That goes down badly with investors who market the stock more than ...

Market report: PZ Cussons crashes, while Tesco and Hammerson move in opposite directions

The FTSE 100 is in positive territory up 21 points to 7,154.17 despite fears over a potential trade war with China leading to another day of losses on Wall Street overnight. There are reports that President Trump is going to impose $60bn of tariffs on goods imported from China with many fearing what the retaliation will be from the Chinese. Tesco (TSCO)  is the top FTSE 100 riser with a share ...
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