London Stock Exchange Today’s Biggest Losers – 27 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
HTG "Hunting" Overvalued
RTN "Restaurant Group" about right
AGR "Assura" Overvalued
UTG "Unite Group" Overvalued
SXX "Sirius Minerals" Overvalued
PSH "Pershing Square Holdings" Overvalued
GFTU "Grafton Group" about right
CAPC "Capital & Counties Properties" Overvalued
RNK "Rank Group" about right
PTEC "Playtech" UNDERVALUED
BME "B&M European Value Retail S.A" Overvalued
SHI "SIG" Overvalued
PAY "PayPoint" about right
SAFE "Safestore Holdings" Overvalued
BYG "Big Yellow Group" Overvalued
RDW "Redrow" about right
FXPO "Ferrexpo" about right
AA. "AA" UNDERVALUED
SGC "Stagecoach Group" about right
LRE "Lancashire Holdings" about right

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Passive investors face stock squeeze from FTSE 100 update – Financial Times||


Financial Times

Passive investors face stock squeeze from FTSE 100 update
Financial Times
Tracker funds and passive investors will face a squeeze for stock if the United Arab Emirates' leading private hospital operator wins a place in the FTSE 100 index next week. NMC Health is frontrunner to join London's blue-chip benchmark as part of a …

||08/26/2017 13:36:43 +00:00||


Drug stocks shine as FTSE 100 drifts lower – Financial Times||


Financial Times

Drug stocks shine as FTSE 100 drifts lower
Financial Times
Investors have also overlooked Shire's top-three position in immunology, a “stable oligopolistic market with high barriers to entry,” said the broker. A listless wider market left the FTSE 100 lower by 5.6 points at 7,401.46. Provident Financial jumped

||08/25/2017 17:35:29 +00:00||


FTSE 100 rallies despite profit troubles – Interactive Investor||

FTSE 100 rallies despite profit troubles
Interactive Investor
Investors have been in an unforgiving mood this week, with a trio of London-listed companies severely punished for disappointing results. However, in general it's been a good few days for UK equities, blue chips in particular, as the FTSE 100 (UKX) has …

||08/25/2017 12:28:30 +00:00||


FTSE 100 closes lower after Yellen speech – BBC News||


BBC News

FTSE 100 closes lower after Yellen speech
BBC News
Shares in London turned south after a key speech by the US central bank chairman. In it, she said existing banking rules should be left largely as they were. US president Donald Trump has called these rules a "disaster". Overall, the benchmark FTSE 100 …
Pound rallies against dollar on tight-lipped Yellen speech; oil prices climb ahead of Hurricane HarveyTelegraph.co.uk

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||08/25/2017 16:18:45 +00:00||


There’s a problem with the FTSE 100 – Interactive Investor||


Interactive Investor

There's a problem with the FTSE 100
Interactive Investor
The immediate situation with the FTSE 100 (UKX) (not futures) suggests anything now above 7,442 should prove interesting and capable of generating some moves toward 7,490 points, which is fairly useful. Quite surprisingly, the stop required is around …

||08/25/2017 09:28:56 +00:00||


This factor could make the FTSE 100 a ‘screaming buy’ right now – Motley Fool UK||


Motley Fool UK

This factor could make the FTSE 100 a 'screaming buy' right now
Motley Fool UK
The FTSE 100 has experienced a turbulent August. The index reached 7,550 points in the first week of the month, but has fallen to as low as 7,300 points since then. Some of this is due to seasonality, with thin volumes in the summer causing more

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||08/27/2017 07:24:03 +00:00||


FTSE 100 ends higher as Provident rebounds – BBC News||


BBC News

FTSE 100 ends higher as Provident rebounds
BBC News
Dixons Carphone stoked fears about consumer spending. The FTSE 250 company, which owns Carphone Warehouse and PC World, said slower mobile phone sales would hit profits. Dixons Carphone shares initially fell by as much as 30%, but eased back …
FTSE 100 closes down after week of carnage on the marketsCity A.M.
Accumulator: FTSE delivers shocks, markets march onCitywire.co.uk
FTSE 100 gains but Dixons Carphone feels the painReuters UK
Reuters
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||08/24/2017 17:37:12 +00:00||


The why are they so rich list: Five top FTSE-100 bosses paid eye-watering sums… to the fury of their investors who … – Daily Mail||


Daily Mail

The why are they so rich list: Five top FTSE-100 bosses paid eye-watering sums… to the fury of their investors who …
Daily Mail
The bosses of some of Britain's best-known companies would have faced the humiliation of being 'named and shamed' under the Prime Minister's new proposals to tackle boardroom excess if they had been in force over the past three years. Leading firms …

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||08/26/2017 22:53:48 +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

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


The walking wounded of the FTSE – MoneyWeek||


MoneyWeek

The walking wounded of the FTSE
MoneyWeek
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||08/26/2017 10:05:48 +00:00||


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