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Days before the 100-year anniversary of some women in the UK achieving the vote, Victoria Atkins, the recently appointed women’s minister, called for more women to hold top roles in corporate Britain. ...
The FTSE 100 has rallied a bit during the week, breaking above the 7250 handle, which I look at as a win. The market has been very noisy over the last couple of weeks, but by recovering the way we have, it confirms that we are still in an uptrend.
European stocks finished Friday’s session in rally mode, closing with their best weekly win in more than a year alongside on ongoing recovery in equities on Wall Street.
U.K. stocks on Friday advance, following U.S. stocks in their recovery effort and putting London’s blue-chip market on course to break a string of weekly losses.
The UK's top share index closed higher on Friday and ended its first positive week since the middle of January. The blue-chip FTSE 100 (.FTSE) index closed up 0.83 percent at 7,294.95 points, its highest level in one week. "A solid report card, with attractive fundamentals and an outlook which are sure to maintain interest in what is perhaps the more conservative end of a steady-eddy sector," Mike van Dulken, head of research at Accendo Markets, said in a note.
While some European investors rush to buy the dip after the recent slide in equities, short sellers are doing the opposite with U.K. stocks.
European stocks were higher Friday morning, as investor confidence appeared to take hold after a sharp sell-off earlier this month.
Industrial property company Segro pushed up adjusted profits by 26 per cent in 2017 as a shortage of warehouse space boosted demand for its sites. The FTSE 100 company, which owns a £8bn portfolio of warehouse ...
TOKYO (AP) — Shares were higher in Japan and Australia, with all other Asian markets closed Friday for the lunar new year holiday.
European stocks on Thursday end higher, with Airbus shares soaring and dollar weakness encouraging investors to load up on commodity-related shares, moves that steered the market closer to breaking a run ...
U.K. blue-chip stocks on Thursday finish higher, with advances for mining and oil shares helping the market to its second straight rise.
By Kit Rees LONDON (Reuters) - A rally in miners and stocks exposed to South Africa helped Britain's top share index close higher for a second day in a row on Thursday, stabilising after last week's hefty ...
European stocks were higher Thursday, as investors took stronger-than-anticipated U.S. inflation data in their stride and monitored corporate earnings.
Investor fears of an overheating US economy are lingering in the bond market on Thursday, where 10-year Treasury yields are at renewed four-year highs as investors cut exposure to the debt. The selling ...
The FTSE 100 went sideways overall during the trading session on Wednesday, as we continue to see the market trying to build a bit of a base. I think that given enough time, we will break out to the upside, but we also have to deal with the 7250 level first before we can continue further.
European stocks finish higher Wednesday after getting whipped around as the rate of monthly U.S. inflation exceeded expectations, underscoring concerns that rising consumer prices will lead to higher borrowing ...
Strong financials and commodities stocks drove the FTSE 100 higher on Wednesday as investors shrugged off a hotly-anticipated data release showing higher than expected U.S. inflation. U.S. consumer prices rose more than expected in January, sending stocks across Europe and Britain sharply down, but they rebounded rapidly from the initial shock. The FTSE 100 covered a 100-point range on the day as stocks swung wildly.
U.K. stocks close higher following volatile trade Wednesday, with the blue-chip FTSE 100 escaping from losses that came after the release of U.S. inflation data.
HONG KONG (AP) — Asian shares posted solid gains on Thursday that mirrored Wall Street's advance as investors' worries over inflation receded, although trading was thinning as markets closed for Lunar New Year holidays.