London Stock Exchange Today’s Biggest Losers – 19 December 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
UDG "UDG Healthcare" Overvalued
IPO "IP Group" Overvalued
RDI "RDI REIT" Overvalued
NRR "NewRiver REIT" about right
KAZ "KAZ Minerals" about right
POLY "Polymetal International" UNDERVALUED
SPI "Spire Healthcare Group" about right
SXX "Sirius Minerals" Overvalued
SXS "Spectris" about right
CPI "Capita" UNDERVALUED
DLN "Derwent London" Overvalued
IWG "IWG" about right
GNK "Greene King" UNDERVALUED
MTO "Mitie Group" UNDERVALUED
GNS "Genus" Overvalued
TATE "Tate & Lyle" about right
ZPG "ZPG" about right
MERL "Merlin Entertainments" Overvalued
PAYS "Paysafe Group" about right
SMP "St. Modwen Properties" Overvalued

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Just Eat joins a trio of companies making FTSE 100 debut after latest index reshuffle – The Independent||


The Independent

Just Eat joins a trio of companies making FTSE 100 debut after latest index reshuffle
The Independent
The UK's FTSE 100 index of the country's largest publicly listed companies on Monday welcomed three new names to its ranks: Packaging business DS Smith, online food delivery service Just Eat and technology group Halma. Each quarter, the blue chip index

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Rolls-Royce shines on buoyant day for FTSE 100 – Financial Times||


Financial Times

Rolls-Royce shines on buoyant day for FTSE 100
Financial Times
Rolls-Royce was among the best performing stocks on the FTSE 100 on Monday, defying a stronger pound as optimism on US tax cuts helped to lift London markets. The company, which has now gained almost 30 per cent this year, added 2.9 per cent to 855.5p

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Market report: Old Mutual leads FTSE higher as ANC appoints reforming leader – Telegraph.co.uk||


Telegraph.co.uk

Market report: Old Mutual leads FTSE higher as ANC appoints reforming leader
Telegraph.co.uk
… off Ryanair's valuation in just one week with shares slipping on Monday a further €0.34 to €14.65. Elsewhere, investors piled into equities across the globe as Donald Trump's sweeping tax cuts inched closer. The reforms, which include US corporate

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How FTSE 100 can hit record high this Christmas? – Interactive Investor||


Interactive Investor

How FTSE 100 can hit record high this Christmas?
Interactive Investor
The FTSE (UKX) did indeed open slightly down. Then also obliged with a drizzle down to 7,433 points. Then it climbed and climbed. It's one thing to give targets but to project accurately just how a day performs takes some experience. And yes, some luck

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Old Mutual boosts FTSE on funds sale – Citywire.co.uk||


Citywire.co.uk

Old Mutual boosts FTSE on funds sale
Citywire.co.uk
Old Mutual boosts FTSE on funds sale. Old Mutual (OML) has led the FTSE 100 higher after the financial services ground announced the long anticipated sale of part of its funds business for £600 million. Shares in the group rose 3.1% to 219.6p, helping

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With or without a Santa Rally, the FTSE 100 looks a sick man compared to its peers – City A.M.||


City A.M.

With or without a Santa Rally, the FTSE 100 looks a sick man compared to its peers
City A.M.
Over the past 25 years global markets have become accustomed to what is affectionately known as the Santa Rally in the final weeks before Christmas. This year, however, the FTSE 100 appears unlikely to have its spirits lifted by Christmas joy. In 18 of
FTSE Underperforming Its Peersshareprices.com

all 212 news articles »

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FTSE 100 stays firm despite US retreat; key tax bill votes awaited – Proactive Investors UK||


Proactive Investors UK

FTSE 100 stays firm despite US retreat; key tax bill votes awaited
Proactive Investors UK
The FTSE 100 index hung on to its gains in late afternoon trading in spite of a turn lower on Wall Street as profit-takers moved in following a surge to record highs yesterday ahead of key votes on the US tax reform bill. Around 3.10pm, the UK blue
FTSE rallies as investors eye profits from US tax cutsCitywire.co.uk
FTSE 100 touches high in anticipation of Trump's tax cutsThe Times
FTSE 100 sticks around 6-week high, with US tax vote on deckMorningstar.com
Interactive Investor –Reuters UK –Belfast Telegraph
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Bosses pay smackdown: A fifth of FTSE companies named and shamed but where is Persimmon? – The Independent||


The Independent

Bosses pay smackdown: A fifth of FTSE companies named and shamed but where is Persimmon?
The Independent
That amounts to more than a fifth of the constituents of the FTSE All Share Index finding themselves corporate naughty step, including some very big names. Corporate aristocracy such as WPP, BT, Morrisons AstraZeneca, Thomas Cook, HSBC, Reckitt

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Best Performing FTSE 100 Stocks of 2017 – Morningstar||

Best Performing FTSE 100 Stocks of 2017
Morningstar
Housebuilders and airline stocks have made solid gains this year, but the FTSE 100 company leading the way in 2017 was UAE-focused healthcare provider NMC Health (NMC), according to data from Morningstar Direct. Investors focused on the UK's blue-chip

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Dentons retains top spot as favourite FTSE 100 litigator – The Lawyer||


The Lawyer

Dentons retains top spot as favourite FTSE 100 litigator
The Lawyer
Dentons has retained its title as the most-popular litigation adviser to FTSE 100 companies, new data gathered for The Lawyer's FTSE 100 report in association with Consilio shows. The league tables measure firm activity by number of cases in the 12

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