London Stock Exchange Today’s Biggest Losers – 2 November 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
ELTA "Electra Private Equity" UNDERVALUED
CYBG "CYBG" about right
CEY "Centamin" about right
FDM "FDM Group (Holdings)" Overvalued
WIZZ "Wizz Air Holdings" UNDERVALUED
BAG "A.G. BARR" Overvalued
SCT "Softcat" Overvalued
HIK "Hikma Pharmaceuticals" UNDERVALUED
QQ. "QinetiQ Group" Overvalued
TED "Ted Baker" Overvalued
PAG "Paragon Banking Group" about right
GVC "GVC Holdings" about right
LRE "Lancashire Holdings" Overvalued
BEZ "Beazley" about right

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FTSE surges after BoE’s ‘dovish’ hike hits sterling – Reuters UK||

Reuters UK

FTSE surges after BoE's 'dovish' hike hits sterling
Reuters UK
MILAN/LONDON (Reuters) – Britain's top share index posted its biggest rise in over three months on Thursday after the Bank of England tempered investors' expectations on future rate rises, hitting the pound and lifting shares in internationally exposed …
StanChart, Next drop to bottom of flat FTSE after updatesReuters
Retail Weakness Hampers FTSE
FTSE 100 Little Changed Ahead Of Interest-rate DecisionNasdaq
Fox Business
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Pound falls on Bank’s rate comments – BBC News||

Proactive Investors UK

Pound falls on Bank's rate comments
BBC News
In contrast, the benchmark FTSE 100 share index rose following the Bank's decision, climbing 54.55 points to 7,542.51. The index often rises when sterling falls, as the weaker currency increases the value of companies' overseas earnings when they are …
FTSE 100 rises and sterling weakens as Bank of England's 'dovish' rate hike disappointsProactive Investors UK
Sterling sinks, FTSE flies after BoE's 'dovish' rate hikeReuters
Britain's FTSE gains after dovish BoE rate hike, domestic banks dropDaily Mail
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FTSE rises but retail stocks slump on Next blow –||

FTSE rises but retail stocks slump on Next blow
Retail stocks have bucked a rising FTSE 100 after a disappointing update from Next (NXT) reignited fears over the health of the UK consumer. Shares in Next tumbled 7.4% to £45.59 after the clothing retailer warned of 'extremely volatile' trading and

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FTSE 250 CEOs earn average salary of £1.8m – The Independent||

The Independent

FTSE 250 CEOs earn average salary of £1.8m
The Independent
Bosses of the UK's FTSE 250 companies earned an average basic salary of £1.8m last year, which was 11 per cent more than they did in 2015, according to a new report. Professional services firm Deloitte said on Thursday that the average total pay

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Retail shares drag down FTSE 100 – BBC News||

BBC News

Retail shares drag down FTSE 100
BBC News
Shares in Next fell 9.1% in Wednesday trade after the fashion retailer issued a cautious trading update. Next said third-quarter trading had been "extremely volatile", adding that this volatility made it hard to determine any underlying sales trend

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Europe finishes mixed but FTSE rises after BOE rate hike; Credit Suisse pops 4.5% – CNBC||


Europe finishes mixed but FTSE rises after BOE rate hike; Credit Suisse pops 4.5%
Looking to bourses, France's CAC 40 slipped 0.07 percent by the close, while Germany's DAX fell 0.18 percent. The U.K.'s FTSE 100 pushed higher however, closing up 0.9 percent after the Bank of England made a change to its monetary policy strategy.

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FTSE 250 movers: Howden heads higher on update; Playtech pummeled on warning – DIGITALLOOK||


FTSE 250 movers: Howden heads higher on update; Playtech pummeled on warning
London's FTSE 250 was up 0.2% to 20,370.70 in afternoon trade on Thursday as investors digested a widely-expected rate hike by the Federal Reserve – the first in a decade. Howden Joinery was the standout gainer as it said trading was good, as the

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Best month since May for FTSE, but investors eye BoE – Reuters||


Best month since May for FTSE, but investors eye BoE
L), up more than 1 percent, making energy the biggest lift to the FTSE. Elsewhere, chemicals maker Croda (CRDA.L) was the second biggest gainer on the FTSE, up 4.2 percent after a trading update. WPP (WPP.L) recovered from early falls to close up 2.8 …
Oil major BP leads FTSE higher as earnings roll inReuters UK
FTSE 100 watch: Footsie dips as stronger pound and HSBC weighiNVEZZ

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Here’s what’s strange about the FTSE 100 – Interactive Investor||

Interactive Investor

Here's what's strange about the FTSE 100
Interactive Investor
Sometimes trends are strange. For the week ahead on the FTSE 100 (UKX) some nerves feel apparent. Given events in Europe, it seems sensible to suspect the markets are ready to panic if Spain opts to increase its political prisoner count and react

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FTSE Mid 250 investment opportunities according to SVM’s Colin McLean – What Investment||

FTSE Mid 250 investment opportunities according to SVM's Colin McLean
What Investment
Over periods of three years and more, for the entire 30 year life of the FTSE Mid 250 Index, medium sized companies have tended to outperform the very biggest. Even taking risk and volatility into account, the extra reward is still attractive. It goes

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