London Stock Exchange Today’s Biggest Losers – 14 December 2017

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FTSE 100 continues to flounder – Proactive Investors UK||


Proactive Investors UK

FTSE 100 continues to flounder
Proactive Investors UK
Heading into the last half-hour of trading the FTSE 100 was floundering close to its low point of the day. The top-shares index was down 19 at 7,478, some seven points above its intra-day low. Investors had plenty of news to chew on – the Tories defeat

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FTSE 100 seen lower after US rate hike, eyes on both Bank of England and ECB on Thursday – Proactive Investors UK||


Proactive Investors UK

FTSE 100 seen lower after US rate hike, eyes on both Bank of England and ECB on Thursday
Proactive Investors UK
On Wall Street, the Dow Jones closed Wednesday up 80 points, 0.33%, at 24,585 whereas the S&P 500 moved 0.5% lower to finish the session at 2,662. The Nasdaq meanwhile edged 0.2% higher with the tech heavy benchmark ended the day at 6,875. In Asia
London open: Stocks edge down as investors eye rate announcementsDIGITALLOOK

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FTSE 100 housebuilder bosses lined up to pocket £126m in 2018 – City A.M.||


City A.M.

FTSE 100 housebuilder bosses lined up to pocket £126m in 2018
City A.M.
FTSE 100 housebuilder bosses lined up to pocket £126m in 2018. Share. Helen Cahill. I am a reporter for City A.M. Email: helen.cahill@cityam.com. Follow Helen. UK's Biggest Housebuilder Postpones Start On New Homes As Sales Slump. Help to Buy has

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FTSE 100 slips slightly to close in the red after swinging between gains and losses – Proactive Investors UK||


Proactive Investors UK

FTSE 100 slips slightly to close in the red after swinging between gains and losses
Proactive Investors UK
The Footsie finally gave up the fight and closed in the red, after tethering between slight losses and gains through the day. The FTSE 100 index closed down 0.05% or 3.90 points at 7,496.51. It traded narrowly between 7,511 and 7,493. The more UK
FTSE 100 watch: Footsie holds ground after strong inflation dataiNVEZZ
FTSE 100 rally fuelled by energy stocks riseCMC Markets

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Here’s why shares in FTSE 250-listed Capita have fallen 14 per cent – City A.M.||


City A.M.

Here's why shares in FTSE 250-listed Capita have fallen 14 per cent
City A.M.
I am City A.M.'s digital editor. Having previously worked at Property Week and M [..] Show more. Follow Emma. Black Ice Causes M8 Traffic Congestion. Capita oversees some of the UK's roads (Source: Getty). Emma Haslett. Shares in FTSE 250-listed

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Financials weigh on FTSE as BoE holds rates – Reuters||


Reuters

Financials weigh on FTSE as BoE holds rates
Reuters
MILAN (Reuters) – Britain's top share index slipped on Thursday, weighed down by losses among financial stocks, while miner Lonmin soared after a rescue takeover bid. FILE PHOTO: A sign displays the crest and name of the London Stock Exchange in London
LONDON MARKETS: FTSE 100 Drops After May Loses Key Brexit Vote; BOE Decision AheadFox Business

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Sky shares drop on Fox-Disney deal, taking FTSE 100 into the red – Aberdeen Evening Express||


Aberdeen Evening Express

Sky shares drop on Fox-Disney deal, taking FTSE 100 into the red
Aberdeen Evening Express
News that Disney will snap up a raft of 21st Century Fox's entertainment assets including Sky sent the broadcaster's shares to the bottom of the FTSE 100 and dragged the blue chip index into the red. The FTSE 100 ended the day down 0.65% or 48.39

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Levels to watch: FTSE 100, DAX and Dow – IG||


IG

Levels to watch: FTSE 100, DAX and Dow
IG
The FTSE 100 has managed to turn higher from the crucial 7474 support level. That level represents not only the near-term support, but also the resistance late December peak. A break below that level would have pointed towards a break lower in the

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FTSE holds steady after UK inflation hits six-year high – Reuters||


Reuters

FTSE holds steady after UK inflation hits six-year high
Reuters
LONDON (Reuters) – UK shares eased only slightly on Tuesday after data showing UK inflation rose to its highest in six years pushed up the pound, with rising oil prices keeping the benchmark index in positive territory. FILE PHOTO: A sign displays the

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Financials lead FTSE as markets tread water ahead of Fed – Reuters||


Reuters

Financials lead FTSE as markets tread water ahead of Fed
Reuters
Ashtead fell back from the previous session's rally, down 5.2 percent at the bottom of the FTSE. Serco jumped 13 percent after the contractor reported a much rosier outlook for 2018 profit, saying it would come in at the top end of its range. “We note

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