London Stock Exchange Today’s Biggest Losers – 22 August 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
AA. "AA" UNDERVALUED
CLLN "Carillion" Overvalued
RNK "Rank Group" about right
IPO "IP Group" Overvalued
VM. "Virgin Money Holdings (UK)" Overvalued
SYNC "Syncona" Overvalued
JUST "Just Group" Overvalued
BWNG "N Brown Group" Overvalued
EDIN "Edinburgh Investment Trust" Overvalued
MLC "Millennium & Copthorne Hotels" UNDERVALUED
HILS "Hill & Smith Holdings" Overvalued
OSB "OneSavings Bank" Overvalued
SPD "Sports Direct International" Overvalued
SGC "Stagecoach Group" about right
DC. "Dixons Carphone" UNDERVALUED
WPCT "Woodford Patient Capital Trust" Overvalued
CPI "Capita" Overvalued
JD. "JD Sports Fashion" Overvalued
TBCG "TBC Bank Group" Overvalued
CKN "Clarkson" about right

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UK records first July surplus in 15 years; FTSE 100 jumps back into positive territory – Telegraph.co.uk||


Telegraph.co.uk

UK records first July surplus in 15 years; FTSE 100 jumps back into positive territory
Telegraph.co.uk
The overall FTSE 100 snapped its losing streak to finish 62.86 points higher at 7,381.74, a 0.9pc rebound, as risk aversion faded on the markets. Given the all-clear by tentative gains overnight in the US and Asia and aided by the dollar's advances on

||08/22/2017 08:48:13 +00:00||


FTSE 100 makes late rally as risk aversion continues to pull down European equities – Telegraph.co.uk||


Telegraph.co.uk

FTSE 100 makes late rally as risk aversion continues to pull down European equities
Telegraph.co.uk
Pharma giant Shire sank towards the bottom of the FTSE 100 scoreboard yesterday following the shock departure of its chief financial officer. Shire said that the well-regarded Jeff Poulton, who shepherded the company through its acquisition of rare
FTSE 100 movers: Persimmon gains ahead of results; Shire down on CFO departureDIGITALLOOK

all 20 news articles »

||08/21/2017 11:24:39 +00:00||


FTSE 100 ahead as Provident shares dive – BBC News||


BBC News

FTSE 100 ahead as Provident shares dive
BBC News
Shortly before midday the FTSE 100 was up 46 points, or 0.63%, at 7,365.28. Biggest gainer was grocer Tesco, up 3.59%. Miners Antofagasta, Rio Tinto and BHP Billiton were up by 2.78, 2.47%, and 2.82% respectively. Other losers included Intercontinental …
FTSE 100 led higher by miners; Provident plunges 66%MarketWatch
FTSE 100 movers: BHP Billiton shines on results; Provident Financial battered by profit warningDIGITALLOOK
FTSE gains clouded by Provident Financial's 'catastrophic' slumpReuters UK
Stock Market Wire –Markets Insider
all 37 news articles »

||08/22/2017 07:48:17 +00:00||


FTSE 100 holds gains as sterling slumps against stronger dollar ahead of Jackson Hole – Proactive Investors UK||


Proactive Investors UK

FTSE 100 holds gains as sterling slumps against stronger dollar ahead of Jackson Hole
Proactive Investors UK
The FTSE 100 rose 47 points to 7,366, led by Tesco, as the pound weakened over renewed Brexit fears. Sterling fell 0.57% against the dollar to US$1.2826 and dropped 0.05% versus the euro to €1.0912 following reports that trade talks between the UK and …

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||08/22/2017 14:50:42 +00:00||


Miners lead FTSE rally as profits and dividends rocket – Citywire.co.uk||


Citywire.co.uk

Miners lead FTSE rally as profits and dividends rocket
Citywire.co.uk
The broad rally meant the FTSE 100 was able to take the spectacular fall in Provident Financial (PFG) in its stride. Shares in the doorstep lender tumbled 65% to 603p after it announced the departure of chief executive Peter Crook, scrapped its
Provident Financial's “quadruple whammy” puts lender into freefallThe Business Desk
CFOThe C Suite
European markets close higher amid metal gains; Provident Financial tumbles 66%CNBC

all 71 news articles »

||08/22/2017 15:34:00 +00:00||


How the FTSE 100 can rally to 7600 – Interactive Investor||


Interactive Investor

How the FTSE 100 can rally to 7600
Interactive Investor
Our Friday outlook was to prove devastatingly accurate, the FTSE 100 (UKX) bottoming at 7,302.47 while our target was 7,301.78. Pretty close by any standards and, aside from blowing our trumpet, we're taking some assurance from our drop target not …

||08/21/2017 09:05:36 +00:00||


FTSE 100 edges higher as Brexit worries weigh on pound – Proactive Investors UK||


Proactive Investors UK

FTSE 100 edges higher as Brexit worries weigh on pound
Proactive Investors UK
The FTSE 100 rose 47 points to 7,366, led by Tesco, as the pound weakened over renewed Brexit fears. Sterling fell 0.57% against the dollar to US$1.2826 and dropped 0.05% versus the euro to €1.0912 following reports that trade talks between the UK and …

and more »

||08/22/2017 06:55:12 +00:00||


FTSE chief executives’ median pay ‘down almost 20%’ – BBC News||


BBC News

FTSE chief executives' median pay 'down almost 20%'
BBC News
The median pay for chief executives of FTSE 100 companies has fallen by almost 20% over the past year, according to accountancy firm Deloitte. Median pay – a figure representing the pay rate half way between the lowest and highest paid executive …
FTSE 100 executive pay falls by 19% ahead of controversial reforms, says DeloitteThe Guardian
Pay for FTSE 100 bosses down almost 20% in a yearSky News
Salaries of FTSE 100 bosses dropped almost 20% in a yearBusiness Insider
economia –The Times
all 12 news articles »

||08/20/2017 23:16:55 +00:00||


Banks weigh on FTSE as investors stay cautious – Citywire.co.uk||

Banks weigh on FTSE as investors stay cautious
Citywire.co.uk
That follows Friday's fall, when most FTSE 100 stocks fell and gold jumped, as investors reacted to the terror attacks in Spain. The FTSE 100 has now returned to the levels seen as tensions between the US and North Korea escalated earlier this month.
FTSE struggles to gain momentum following volatility in WashingtonStock Market Wire

all 4 news articles »

||08/21/2017 09:32:37 +00:00||


FTSE 100 dips as finance stocks slump – BBC News||


BBC News

FTSE 100 dips as finance stocks slump
BBC News
UK banks Barclays and RBS were among the FTSE 100's biggest losers on Monday, both dropping about 1%. But the biggest faller was troubled doorstep lender Provident Financial, which shed 5.8%. At the other end of the scale, the biggest climbers were IT …
FTSE teeters close to three-month low as financials fallReuters UK

all 5 news articles »

||08/21/2017 16:41:15 +00:00||


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