London Stock Exchange Today’s Biggest Losers – 17 September 2017

This is a daily update of the day’s fallers in the London Stock Exchange. These Fallers have been evaluated at Simply Wall Street by a team of analysts who deem them to be overvalued, undervalued or about-right. Simply Wall Street is an awesome tool that should be in every Daytrader’s arsenal of company checklist tools. It gives a thoroughly interesting analysis of the company, along with visually beautiful fundamental analysis. The colourful snowflakes and simple layout of each page in the site, makeSimply Wall Street a joy to browse through. It takes mundane data and makes it exciting and enticing. Just like the emotional pull of trading on the stock market.

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Ticker Symbol Company Value
AGK "Aggreko" about right
CNE "Cairn Energy" Overvalued
BTG "BTG" about right
GNC "Greencore Group" UNDERVALUED
NXG "NEX Group" Overvalued
JUST "Just Group" Overvalued
AUTO "Auto Trader Group" Overvalued
ETO "Entertainment One" about right
ECM "Electrocomponents" Overvalued
FSJ "James Fisher and Sons" Overvalued
RNK "Rank Group" about right
EQN "Equiniti Group" about right
WEIR "Weir Group" Overvalued
TLW "Tullow Oil" about right
INVP "Investec" Overvalued
SPX "Spirax-Sarco Engineering" Overvalued
STOB "Stobart Group" Overvalued
SNN "Sanne Group" Overvalued
HLMA "Halma" Overvalued
CSP "Countryside Properties" Overvalued

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Housebuilders lead the FTSE fallers on rate rise fears – Financial Times||


Financial Times

Housebuilders lead the FTSE fallers on rate rise fears
Financial Times
Housebuilders were among Thursday's sharpest fallers as the prospect of an interest rate rise sent the FTSE 100 sliding to a four-month low. Taylor Wimpey dropped 3.7 per cent to 186.5p and Barratt Developments was down 3.4 per cent to 582.5p as the …

||09/14/2017 17:36:51 +00:00||


FTSE 100 support collapses | interactive investor – Interactive Investor||


Interactive Investor

FTSE 100 support collapses | interactive investor
Interactive Investor
Finally, after holding up for four months, the FTSE 100 has just plummeted below a hugely important level. Lee Wild discusses the fallout.
Hawkish BOE talk sparks Sterling rally and FTSE selloff, soft China data pushes Copper lowerCMC Markets

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||09/15/2017 12:27:07 +00:00||


Surging sterling sends FTSE to fresh four-month low – Reuters UK – Reuters||


Reuters

Surging sterling sends FTSE to fresh four-month low – Reuters UK
Reuters
The UK's top share index closed at a four-month low on Friday, as a surging pound hit its largely dollar-earning constituents, with financials shares taking strong …
FTSE 100 closes firmly lower as pound strengthens; Next surgesProactive Investors UK
London close: FTSE down as pound surges, retailers offer little comfortDIGITALLOOK
Hawkish Vlieghe sends sterling soaring and FTSE lowerCMC Markets
BBC News –Daily Mail –iNVEZZ
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||09/15/2017 16:14:50 +00:00||


Here’s how far FTSE 100 may fall – Interactive Investor||


Interactive Investor

Here's how far FTSE 100 may fall
Interactive Investor
The FTSE (UKX) is showing every sign of immediate chaos, closing on 14th September below the critical 7,300 level and, therefore, firmly emplaced in a region where weakness toward 7,025 makes perfect sense, perhaps with a bounce around 7,170 points.

||09/15/2017 09:16:33 +00:00||


FTSE falls but Next soars on turnaround hopes – Citywire.co.uk||

FTSE falls but Next soars on turnaround hopes
Citywire.co.uk
Next topped the FTSE 100, jumping 10.1% to £48.69. The UK blue-chip index fell 55 points, or 0.7%, to 7,3244, hurt by a jump in the pound, up 1% against the dollar at $1.334, as the Bank of England struck a hawkish tone despite keeping interest rates

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||09/14/2017 12:13:00 +00:00||


FTSE 100 wilts as sterling’s rally continues – Proactive Investors – Proactive Investors UK||


Proactive Investors UK

||09/15/2017 06:05:13 +00:00||


FTSE 100 wilts as sterling’s rally continues – Proactive Investors UK||


Proactive Investors UK

FTSE 100 wilts as sterling's rally continues
Proactive Investors UK
The FTSE 100 closed at 7,215, down 80 points, with cruise operator Carnival PLC (LON:CCL) the biggest faller after being downgraded by Credit Suisse. The company faces a double whammy from cancelled bookings in the hurricane season and the rising …

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||09/15/2017 06:05:13 +00:00||


Ashtead tops FTSE 100 after predicting post-Irma gains – Financial Times||

Ashtead tops FTSE 100 after predicting post-Irma gains
Financial Times
European stocks rose for a second day on Tuesday as fears about the impact of Hurricane Irma continued to recede, with Ashtead among the biggest gainers as it looks to directly benefit from a construction boom in the aftermath of the recent natural

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||09/12/2017 07:25:00 +00:00||


FTSE rises as insurers rally on Irma downgrade – Citywire.co.uk||


DIGITALLOOK

FTSE rises as insurers rally on Irma downgrade
Citywire.co.uk
But the big movers were to be found outside the FTSE 100. Lloyd's insurers topped the FTSE 250 on hopes the impact of hurricane Irma, which has now hit south west Florida, would be less bad than feared. Irma has been downgraded to a category one storm, …
FTSE 250 movers: Lancashire leads the way as insurers boosted by Irma downgradeDIGITALLOOK

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||09/11/2017 10:02:00 +00:00||


Here’s the game changer for FTSE 100 – Interactive Investor||


Interactive Investor

Here's the game changer for FTSE 100
Interactive Investor
A sneaking suspicion the FTSE 100 (UKX) has been reacting to the US Hurricane business makes us wonder whether any one the US fruitcake element will prove successful is blowing, shooting, praying, or looting the storm away. Watching CNN news, the …

||09/11/2017 08:53:51 +00:00||


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