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FTSE 100 closes lower as G20 summit begins and trade worries continue; housebuilders fall
(since Nov, 2018) The mid-cap FTSE 250 index slid 111 points to 18,496. The pullback in UK shares weighed on the Stoxx Europe 600, which fell 0.5%. In Frankfurt, the DAX 30 gave up 76 points at 11,225. Data on Friday s
Ossett Brewery sells 50% stake to private investor
on 10th of Dec 2018 The group business, including Ossett Brewery and its 26 retail sites – comprising 19 traditional pubs and restaurants, four ale and live music bars trading as . government departments, leading FTSE
MARKET WRAP: JSE inches higher after bullish GDP numbers
(Dec 2018) Fading optimism about the US-China trade-war ceasefire put some pressure on the JSE on Tuesday, but the local bourse pushed higher regardless due to a strong showing by Naspers and retailers . while
MARKET WRAP: JSE falls 1% after US equities tumble
(Dec 2018) Food and drug retailers gave up 2.13%, financials 1.68% and banks 1.4 . Naspers fell 1.96% to R2,872.62. At 5.25pm the FTSE 100 had fallen 0.99%, the CAC 40 1.06% and the DAX 30 0.91%. Platinum was
Australian dollar drops, ASX expected to recover after global sell-off
(Dec 2018) The Bureau of Statistics will release its latest retail sales figures for October . The major indices — London’s FTSE (-1.4pc), Frankfurt’s DAX (-1.2pc) and Paris’ CAC (-1.4pc) — experienced steep f
FTSE 100 falls further, with homebuilders down after ‘relatively subdued’ annual house price growth
(since Nov, 2018) The FTSE 100 fell further Friday morning . and Labrador awarded two five-year commercial timber to Active’s Timberlands subsidiary. Live Company Group Plc’s (LON:LVCG) touring subsidiary, Bricklive
Weekly Fundamental Forecast: Markets Start a New Month with G20, Brexit, Euro-Area Stability and Fed Policy All Under Scrutiny
(Dec 2018) FTSE Awaits Brexit Vote The ramifications . lasting impacts of discussion See what live coverage is scheduled to cover key event risk for the FX and capital markets on the DailyFX Webinar Calendar.
SMALL CAP MOVERS: EVR Holdings shares only going in one direction after Liam Payne link-up
(Dec 2018) The FTSE 100 fell . online fashion retailer boohoo Group, wasn’t helping matters. The £2billion company saw 6% wiped from its value to trade at 184.5p after it was caught out breaking advertising ru
Firms asked to pay living wage
(Dec 2018) The chief executives of the utilities firms Severn Trent and United Utilities, homeware retailer Dunelm Group and telecoms firm . News app for your Android or iPhone device and get news & live updat
Business Live: Wall Street braces for G20 – BBC News
(since Nov, 2018) Business Live: Wall Street braces for G20 BBC News
Investors are cautious ahead of the G20 summit; FTSE 100 ends lower, oil has slumped 20% this month.
Prices fluctuate as exporters prepare to meet in Vienna to discuss production cuts.
Brent crude slips 7% amid concerns about oversupply and slower global growth.
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Business Live: Wall Street bounces back – BBC News
(since Nov, 2018) Business Live: Wall Street bounces back BBC News
US stocks climb thanks to a rebound in tech stocks and strong earnings from retailers.
The FTSE 100 closed down 52.97 points at 6947.92 and the pound was at $1.28 against the dollar.
Stocks bounce back as tech, retail and banks jump – Tribune-Review
(since Nov, 2018) Stocks bounce back as tech, retail and banks jump Tribune-Review
NEW YORK — Global stocks rose Monday after taking big losses last week. Major technology companies recovered some of their recent losses and retailers and .
(For a live blog on European stocks, type LIVE/ in an Eikon news window) * FTSE 100 2.1 pct, FTSE 250 up 1.3 percent * Xi, Trump agree truce on sidelines of .
Dow Jones and S&P 500 close more than 2% down, after the FTSE 100 falls almost 2%; Fashion retailer Coast collapses.
London market ends 0.3% lower as tech stocks slide on Wall Street; Sterling back under $1.30.