Ftse Live Retailers Dfs And Dunelm Warn Profits Expected To Tumble Sales Soar At Online Fashion Firm Asos London Stocks Open Higher
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FTSE LIVE: Inflation falls; New Look back in the black; Dunelm profits spike
(Feb 2019) In company news, fashion retailer New Look is back in the black, with an underlying operating profit of £38.5million for the first nine months of its year. Dunelm reported a sharp rise in half-year pr
FTSE 100 Rally Blocked by Sterling Strength and Heavyweight Technicals
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UK retail sales rebound as shoppers flock to January sales – as it happened
(Feb 2019) Retail sales in the UK rose 1% in January as price discounts convinced shoppers to splash out on clothing. European shares rise on US China trade hopes FTSE hits four-month high Trade talks ‘to contin
Retail bodies warn no-deal Brexit will hike price of food items
(Feb 2019) The Northern Ireland Retail Consortium, Retail Ireland and the British Retail . “No deal makes NI a less competitive place to do business and a more expensive place to live.” The FTSE 100 ended high
FTSE 100 closes higher as markets more optimistic on US, China trade
(Feb 2019) Live . FTSE 250 group, which owns the Trafford Centre in Manchester and Lakeside in Essex, saw the value of its portfolio of 20 malls in the UK and Spain fall by £1.41bn in 2018. It said the sharp d
US update: Limited loss in Dollar and stocks after terrible retail sales
(Feb 2019) While Dollar and stocks suffered some selling after shockingly poor retail sales data, there was no follow through . still above 3.0. In Europe: FTSE closed up 0.28%, thanks to decline in Sterling.
FTSE CLOSE: RBS profits double; Premier Foods scraps Ambrosia sale; Pound under pressure
(Feb 2019) Later today, we have the retail sales figures for January, which could exacerbate the existing weakness in the pound if they come in below the City’s modest expectations of a 0.2 per cent rise.
European Union nations backed a plan to regulate Russia’s Nord Stream 2 pipeline on Friday, a move that will likely slow, but not stop, its construction.
Business Breakfast RECAP: Metrocentre and Eldon Square owner Intu posts £1.17bn loss following massive property write-down – ChronicleLive
(Feb 2019) Business Breakfast RECAP: Metrocentre and Eldon Square owner Intu posts £1.17bn loss following massive property write-down ChronicleLive
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US stocks lose ground; Sharp falls in retail stocks drag FTSE down 1%.
Dow Jones and S&P 500 close more than 2% down, after the FTSE 100 falls almost 2%; Fashion retailer Coast collapses.
Shares in the embattled retailer drop more than 12% after it reports a fall in Christmas sales.
US stock indexes gain ground after reports that the next round of China tariffs could be put on hold.
The dollar falls against the pound and the euro as markets await the results of US midterm elections.
London market ends 0.3% lower as tech stocks slide on Wall Street; Sterling back under $1.30.
The rand has continued to firm against major currencies.
Business Live: Brent in bear market territory – BBC News
(some months now) Business Live: Brent in bear market territory BBC News
The global oil benchmark under $70 for first time since April – 20% lower than its October peak.