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Market report: Fevertree plunges on missed expectations, Intu falls as it asks for ‘£1bn’

UK blue chip stocks got off to a slow start on Monday morning, taking its cue from Asian stock markets which were subdued as China’s central bank kept interest rates on hold. But reports that allies of a renegade general in Libya had blocked a key oil-export pipeline in the country gave a lift to oil prices. Oil stocks including BP (BP.) and Royal Dutch Shell (RDSB) initially rose on the ...

Sirius Minerals investors offered takeover lifeline but may not like 'derisory sum' proposed

Shareholders in Sirius Minerals (SXX) will have to weigh a potential offer of 5.5p per share after mining giant Anglo American (AAL) tabled a takeover bid for the company. The proposal represents a 34% premium to the previous day’s closing price of 4.1p, and values Sirius at £386m. That is a still a fraction of the 37p level seen in 2018. Shares notes that the target’s share price shot ...

Sirius Minerals rises on project update but future still bleak for investors

In its first major update since its bombshell decision to cancel previous funding plans, potash miner Sirius Minerals (SXX) said it has found a new way to get its project going which requires a lot less upfront cash. The former FTSE 250 miner has fallen a long way since announcing it was cancelling plans to raise $500m through a bond sale, which in turn led to a further $2.5bn funding agreement ...

Market Report: UK stocks weaker after Asian sell-off, investors regain appetite for Greggs

UK stocks started the week lower after Asian markets sank as protests in Hong Kong and ongoing uncertainty over a US-China trade deal cast a shadow over trading. China’s Shanghai Composite index fell 0.5% while Hong Kong’s Hang Seng index fell 0.6%. At 8.30am the FTSE 100 was down by 0.5% to 7,319 with banks, industrials, metals, mining and oil equipment holding the index back while the ...

Market Report: Competition watchdog to probe Cobham sale, Kingfisher profits fall, Pendragon in the red

A mixed day for corporate reporting leaves UK markets without firm direction in early trade on Wednesday as investors weigh Government intervention in defence contractor Cobham’s (COB) planned £4bn sale with stabilised oil prices. There is also ongoing interest in what the US Federal Reserve may do with interest rates Stateside later today. Market watchers had been anticipating a cut but ...
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