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Market report: Taylor Wimpey buoyed by resilient housing market, while UK stocks sag on lack of new detail on US-China trade deal

The FTSE 100 index dropped 36 points to 7,340 today along with international markets after Donald Trump merely re-iterated his rhetoric that a trade deal was imminent with China without providing new information, in a speech at the Economic Club of New York last night. Shares in house builder Taylor Wimpey (TW.) bucked the trend to firm 1% at 171.5p after the company’s trading statement said ...

Market report: Brexit crunch talks this afternoon drag on markets, UK engineer Smiths to do the splits

UK stock markets plunged into the red in early trade on Wednesday as crunch time approaches over Brexit. On Tuesday Theresa May agreed the text of a draft withdrawal agreement with the EU and has called a meeting of senior ministers at Downing Street at 2pm today to approve the draft agreement. But investors are clearly far from convinced that any deal will get the votes needed potentially ...

Market report: Domino's in demand, Games Workshop slumps on unspecified 'uncertainties' just weeks after on-track update

UK and European stocks are holding their ground in early trading on Thursday after falls in stock markets in Asia. China’s benchmark Shanghai Composite index earlier hit a 4-year low as fears of a damaging trade war linger. After their best day in six months on Tuesday, US stocks finished modestly lower last night following minutes from the Federal Reserve which confirmed market expectations ...

Smiths’ share price slump could raise calls for a break-up of the conglomerate

Engineering conglomerate Smiths Group (SMIN) tops the FTSE 100 loser board on Friday (21 September) after reporting full year to 31 July results that clearly show why it is keen to offload its medical business. Shares in the company have fallen nearly 6% to £15.01, and are 16% lower since June. While returning to underlying revenue growth (albeit up a modest 2% after stripping out currency ...

Market report: Smiths medical arm is sickly, Moss Bros blames World Cup and weather

The FTSE 100 looks on course for a strong finish to the week amid expectations China is about to unleash a wave of financial stimulus. This is supporting the mining sector as investors react to the positive implications this news would have for commodities demand. Early on the index is up 0.9% to 7,432.13. Engineering company Smiths Group (SMIN) posts a 28% fall in annual profit after a ...
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