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London close: FTSE profit taking kicks shares into red

Yesterday

Digital Look

(ShareCast News) - UK stocks were lacklustre on Friday as oil and stocks plunged but investors mulled yet more waxing and waning of Brexit negotiations, proving that uncertainty is the only certainty surrounding the issue.

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London close: FTSE profit taking kicks shares into red

Digital Look

(ShareCast News) - UK stocks were lacklustre on Friday as oil and stocks plunged but investors mulled yet more waxing and waning of Brexit negotiations, proving that uncertainty is the only certainty surrounding the issue. Yesterday

FTSE 100 movers: Paddy Power leads Friday retreat

Oliver Haill

(ShareCast News) - London's FTSE 100 was in the red on Friday, along with stock benchmarks in Europe and the US. Yesterday

FTSE 250 movers: Paysafe surges on deal news; Acacia slides

Michele Maatouk

(ShareCast News) - London's FTSE 250 was down 0.5% to 19,658.89 in afternoon trade. 2 days ago

London midday: Stocks hug the flatline as investors mull borrowing figures

Michele Maatouk

(ShareCast News) - London stocks continued to crawl slothlike along the flatline by midday on Friday as investors sifted through some corporate news, digested the latest government borrowing figures and a stronger pound offset gains for miners from improving commodities prices. 2 days ago

London open: Stocks little changed; Paysafe surges on deal news

Michele Maatouk

(ShareCast News) - London stocks were little changed in early trade on Friday as investors sifted through some corporate news and awaited the release of borrowing figures. 2 days ago

London pre-open: Stocks seen muted ahead of net borrowing figures

Michele Maatouk

(ShareCast News) - London stocks were set for a muted open on Friday on what is expected to be a fairly quiet day's trading. 2 days ago

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