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(ShareCast News) - London stocks ended Friday in the red, after a raft of corporate earnings and a further fall into deflation for the eurozone in April.
(ShareCast News) - London stocks ended Friday in the red, after a raft of corporate earnings and a further fall into deflation for the eurozone in April. 3 days ago
(ShareCast News) - The FTSE 250 was down in afternoon trading on Friday, as investors picked their way through a raft of corporate earnings and as data showed the eurozone fell further into deflation in April. 3 days ago
(ShareCast News) - London's FTSE 100 was down 0.9% to 6,268.47 in afternoon trade. 3 days ago
(ShareCast News) - London stocks fell on Friday as investors waded through corporate earnings and as data showed the eurozone fell further into deflation in April. 3 days ago
(ShareCast News) - UK stocks declined on Friday as investors sifted through corporate earnings from a batch of FTSE 100-listed companies. 3 days ago
(ShareCast News) - London stocks were expected to open lower on Friday, tracking losses in the US, where Apple shares slid after billionaire activist Carl Icahn said he had sold his entire stake in the company. 3 days ago
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