London Stock Exchange Today’s Biggest Losers – 7 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
HOC "Hochschild Mining" UNDERVALUED
ISAT "Inmarsat" about right
FXPO "Ferrexpo" about right
RTN "Restaurant Group" about right
INTU "intu properties" Overvalued
CINE "Cineworld Group" about right
CAPC "Capital & Counties Properties" Overvalued
DC. "Dixons Carphone" UNDERVALUED
OCDO "Ocado Group" Overvalued
ACA "Acacia Mining" UNDERVALUED
PTEC "Playtech" UNDERVALUED
SNN "Sanne Group" Overvalued
KAZ "KAZ Minerals" about right
VEC "Vectura Group" UNDERVALUED
GNC "Greencore Group" UNDERVALUED
GNS "Genus" Overvalued
BWNG "N Brown Group" Overvalued
HIK "Hikma Pharmaceuticals" UNDERVALUED
ELM "Elementis" Overvalued
IBST "Ibstock" UNDERVALUED

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FTSE falls but oil price surge buoys BP and Shell – Citywire.co.uk||


Citywire.co.uk

FTSE falls but oil price surge buoys BP and Shell
Citywire.co.uk
Oil majors Shell and BP have risen towards the top of the FTSE 100 as the price of Brent crude held onto big gains made yesterday. The oil price enjoyed its biggest daily rally in six weeks yesterday, surging 3.3% amid tensions between key producers

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G4S leads FTSE 100 lower as growth outlook cut – BBC News||


BBC News

G4S leads FTSE 100 lower as growth outlook cut
BBC News
Outside the FTSE 100, shares in upmarket drinks maker Fevertree jumped nearly 15% after it said its full-year results were set to be "materially ahead" of current market expectations. It said UK trading had been "particularly impressive". On the
FTSE Falls Just Short Of Record HighInvesting.com UK

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FTSE 100 hits another record closing high as commodity prices rise – City A.M.||


City A.M.

FTSE 100 hits another record closing high as commodity prices rise
City A.M.
A meagre gain of less than two points today was enough for the FTSE 100 to post its second consecutive record close, in spite of a stronger pound. London's benchmark index closed at 7,562.28 points, a 0.03 per cent gain from Friday's close. Oil
FTSE closes on RECORD high as pound rises against euro and dollarExpress.co.uk
FTSE 100 inches to another record close: London stock market notches up its second all-time high in a rowThis is Money
Why I wouldn't buy a FTSE 100 tracker even as the index hits all-time highsMotley Fool UK
Proactive Investors UK –Financial News
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FTSE flirts with new record while G4S, ABF dampen the mood – Reuters||


Reuters

FTSE flirts with new record while G4S, ABF dampen the mood
Reuters
The FTSE 100 .FTSE was steady by 0830 GMT, having inched to a new record level in early deals. It has treaded water in the past days, with investors expecting it to stay flat overall into the year-end. Earnings misses from G4S and ABF punctured the
FTSE 100 falls from all-time high despite SSE shares surging over tie-up talksAberdeen Evening Express
London close: FTSE trades lower as retail stocks weighDIGITALLOOK
LONDON MARKET CLOSE: AB Foods, G4S Weigh On FTSE As Oil Hits New HighInteractive Investor
Stock Market Wire –Fox Business –The C Suite –The Independent
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Why 7900 is important for FTSE 100 – Interactive Investor||


Interactive Investor

Why 7900 is important for FTSE 100
Interactive Investor
We're aware the FTSE did not reach our 7,584 on Friday, topping out at 7,580. While this perhaps indicates weakness, visually it remains strong with us not inclined to panic unless the FTSE makes it below 7,480 as an initial 7,460 makes sense

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FTSE-250 bosses set challenge to boost ranks of female executives – Sky News||


Sky News

FTSE-250 bosses set challenge to boost ranks of female executives
Sky News
FTSE-250 bosses set challenge to boost ranks of female executives. A target set last year for FTSE-100 companies will be extended this week to the next 250 British firms, Sky News learns. 13:03, UK, Tuesday 07 November 2017. A company boardroom.

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FTSE 100 to push higher after new record as Asian markets soar – Proactive Investors UK||


Proactive Investors UK

FTSE 100 to push higher after new record as Asian markets soar
Proactive Investors UK
London's blue chips were set to kick on this morning as Asia markets made strong gains overnight. Financial spread bet firms expects Footsie to add 25 points when trading gets underway buoyed by a resurgent commodities prices and huge bid for …
FTSE 100 preview: Index seen steady as oil sticks to gainsiNVEZZ

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||11/07/2017 07:22:46 +00:00||


Sterling down, FTSE too? – Reuters UK||


Reuters UK

Sterling down, FTSE too?
Reuters UK
With around 75 percent of FTSE 100 firms' revenue generated overseas, the weaker currency supported sterling-denominated earnings projections while boosting export competitiveness. It also cheapened the stock price of UK-listed multinationals for …

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UK car sales tumble by 12%; FTSE 100 hits a new closing high – as it happened – The Guardian||


The Guardian

UK car sales tumble by 12%; FTSE 100 hits a new closing high – as it happened
The Guardian
UK car sales tumble by 12%; FTSE 100 hits a new closing high – as it happened. Britain's auto industry has suffered its second double-digit sales fall this year, with diesel sales slumping by nearly a third. Latest: FTSE 100 inches to new closing high
Diesel news, fuel, pollution charges, tax, prices | Express.co.ukDaily Express
Cars – latest news, breaking stories and comment – The IndependentThe Independent
Double digit decline for UK car market in October as government urged to restore confidence in new cleaner diesels …SMMT

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||11/06/2017 09:15:42 +00:00||


Market report: FTSE 100 stumbles to record close as pound’s rebound against the dollar falters – Telegraph.co.uk||


Telegraph.co.uk

Market report: FTSE 100 stumbles to record close as pound's rebound against the dollar falters
Telegraph.co.uk
The FTSE 100 stumbled to a record close yesterday after the wind was knocked out of the pound's sails by solid US job figures and a closely watched economic survey across the Atlantic hitting a 12-year high. The blue-chip index needed less than one
FTSE 100 closes at record highSky News
FTSE 100 closed at a record highWalesOnline
The FTSE 100 just closed at a record highCity A.M.
Proactive Investors UK –HeraldScotland –Interactive Investor
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