London Stock Exchange Today’s Biggest Losers – 19 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
HIK "Hikma Pharmaceuticals" UNDERVALUED
OCDO "Ocado Group" Overvalued
SAFE "Safestore Holdings" Overvalued
NRR "NewRiver REIT" Overvalued
TBCG "TBC Bank Group" Overvalued
KIE "Kier Group" about right
PFG "Provident Financial" Overvalued
ETO "Entertainment One" about right
KAZ "KAZ Minerals" Overvalued
SPD "Sports Direct International" Overvalued
STOB "Stobart Group" Overvalued
SPI "Spire Healthcare Group" about right
AA. "AA" UNDERVALUED
HSX "Hiscox" Overvalued
DC. "Dixons Carphone" UNDERVALUED
MTO "Mitie Group" about right
NOG "Nostrum Oil and Gas" UNDERVALUED
OSB "OneSavings Bank" Overvalued
BVIC "Britvic" Overvalued
SSPG "SSP Group" Overvalued

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FTSE 100 edges higher but Ocado shares slide – BBC News – BBC News||


BBC News

||09/19/2017 11:26:15 +00:00||


Chart of the week: Here’s the litmus test for FTSE 100 – Interactive Investor||


Interactive Investor

Chart of the week: Here's the litmus test for FTSE 100
Interactive Investor
In general, when the FTSE (UKX) is in bull mode, many leading shares will also be rising and the path of least resistance will be up. That makes the simple strategy of 'buying the dips' highly successful. And that has certainly been the correct

||09/18/2017 13:07:53 +00:00||


Supermarkets top FTSE after strong summer – Citywire Money – Citywire.co.uk||


Citywire.co.uk

Supermarkets top FTSE after strong summer – Citywire Money
Citywire.co.uk
Shares in supermarkets rise to top of FTSE 100 after 3.6% jump in sales over the summer.

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||09/19/2017 08:50:00 +00:00||


Did FTSE 100 bottom on Friday? – Interactive Investor||

Did FTSE 100 bottom on Friday?
Interactive Investor
When we look at obvious manipulation trends, the FTSE currently needs better than 7,267 to suggest the immediate downward force has eased. But, to be realistic, the original trend forcing the market down is sitting at 7,360 currently, so to be utterly

||09/18/2017 09:20:09 +00:00||


FTSE rebounds from four-month low as pound falters – Citywire.co.uk||


Telegraph.co.uk

FTSE rebounds from four-month low as pound falters
Citywire.co.uk
On the FTSE 250, Esure (ESUR) was the biggest riser, up 6.1% at 278.7p after the Sunday Times reported its biggest shareholder, Peter Wood, was looking to sell his 30.8% stake, which would trigger a bid for the whole business. Hiscox (HSX) was among …
FTSE 100 snaps losing streak as sterling slips on Mark Carney's …Telegraph.co.uk
FTSE 100 closes higher as Carney hints at first UK rate rise for a decadeProactive Investors UK
BAE, financials pick FTSE up from four-month lowReuters

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||09/18/2017 10:17:33 +00:00||


FTSE 100 gets a lift from supermarket stocks, softer pound – MarketWatch||


MarketWatch

FTSE 100 gets a lift from supermarket stocks, softer pound
MarketWatch
The FTSE 100 pushed higher early Tuesday as the pound GBPUSD, +0.2223% fell below $1.35 against the dollar. The pound in recent sessions has hit its highest since last year's Brexit vote on expectations the Bank of England is preparing for a rate hike.
London close: FTSE higher on the day, investors wait for Fed statementDIGITALLOOK
London open: FTSE flat as pound cancels out positive moodLondon South East (registration) (blog)

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||09/19/2017 09:08:47 +00:00||


Idea of the Day: Dax vs. FTSE 100 – City Index||

Idea of the Day: Dax vs. FTSE 100
City Index
What: There has been an interesting divergence of late between the performance of the Dax and the FTSE 100. The two have diverged sharply in recent days, as you can see in the chart below, with the Dax surging ahead, while the FTSE 100 has been in the …

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||09/19/2017 14:06:42 +00:00||


BAE Systems lifts FTSE 100 higher on Qatar Typhoon jet deal – BBC … – BBC News||


BBC News

||09/18/2017 11:53:00 +00:00||


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 steadily recovers during quiet trading day in Europe – Belfast Telegraph||

FTSE 100 steadily recovers during quiet trading day in Europe
Belfast Telegraph
The FTSE 100 rose 0.3% or 21.97 points to 7,275.25 on Tuesday, as it continued to gain strength after suffering on the back of a stronger pound last week. Many of the index's multinational components tend to benefit when foreign currencies are stronger.

||09/19/2017 16:44:35 +00:00||


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