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London close: FTSE drifts lower ahead of pivotal US Congress healthcare vote

15 hours ago

Andrew Schonberg

(ShareCast News) - Equities in London spent most of the session adrift with a slightly negative bias ahead of the US congressional vote on President Donald Trump's Healthcare Bill, with little in the way of domestic corporate or economic news to provide firm direction.

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London close: FTSE drifts lower ahead of pivotal US Congress healthcare vote

Andrew Schonberg

(ShareCast News) - Equities in London spent most of the session adrift with a slightly negative bias ahead of the US congressional vote on President Donald Trump's Healthcare Bill, with little in the way of domestic corporate or economic news to provide firm direction. 15 hours ago

London midday: Stocks ebb as investors eye US healthcare vote

Michele Maatouk

(ShareCast News) - Equity markets in London were a touch weaker by midday as the delay to a key healthcare vote in the US raised doubts about Donald Trump's ability to deliver on other aspects of his agenda. 21 hours ago

London close: FTSE gains on clothing retailers after improved UK shop-sales data

Andrew Schonberg

(ShareCast News) - Equities in London rose to a positive close with the FTSE 100 enjoying a rise after UK retail sales for February came in stronger than expected and helped both clothes-related retailers and sterling higher. 2 days ago

FTSE 100 movers: Next cuts a dash in dull market

Frank Prenesti

(ShareCast News) - Clothes retailer Next led the FTSE 100 risers despite reporting underlying pre-tax profits fell 3.8% to 790.2m last year and warned 2017 will be "another tough year" due to a shift away from spending on clothing and a squeeze on UK wages. 2 days ago

London midday: Stocks flat but pound pops higher after retail sales

Michele Maatouk

(ShareCast News) - Equity markets in London were little changed by midday, but sterling popped higher following the release of better-than-expected retail sales figures. 2 days ago

London close: FTSE lower as "Trump effect" wanes, Parliament attacked

Andrew Schonberg

(ShareCast News) - Stocks in London ended Wednesday lower as market watchers mulled a waning of the so-called "Trump effect," with traders rightly distracted by a potential lone-wolf terror attack at Parliament. 3 days ago

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