Mon 27th Jun 16, 16:41:59
(ShareCast News) - London stocks took another hit, with traders for now largely ignoring attempts by George Osborne to reassure global investors, as financial markets continued to look for answers to the current uncertainty, both economic and political.
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(ShareCast News) - Fishing tackle retailer Fishing Republic said on Monday it raised over £3.75m through a "heavily-oversubscribed" placing of over 10m ordinary shares of 1p each at a price of 35p per placing share on AIM, the London Stock Exchange's junior market, against the backdrop of sharp falls in the wider marketplace. 2 hours ago
(ShareCast News) - Nothing had changed with respect to ITV's fundamentals following Brexit despite the approximately 20% share price drop on 24 July, analysts at Liberum said, as they stood by their 'buy' recommendation and 375p target on the stock and singled it out as a 'top-pick'. 44 minutes ago
(ShareCast News) - Specialist UK regional property investment, development and management company Circle Property announced the agreement of a new £50m revolving facility with Royal Bank of Scotland in Monday, for the purpose of refinancing at a lower cost £39m of Circle Property Unit Trust current facilities, as well as providing capital for further acquisitions. 2 hours ago
(ShareCast News) - Nothing had changed with respect to ITV's fundamentals following Brexit despite the approximately 20% share price drop on 24 July, analysts at Liberum said, as they stood by their 'buy' recommendation and 375p target on the stock and singled it out as a 'top-pick'. 1 hour ago
(ShareCast News) - One of the UK's largest house lending consumer intermediaries and specialist Appointed Representative Networks, Mortgage Advice Bureau, released commentary on the outcome of the Brexit referendum result on Monday. 2 hours ago
(ShareCast News) - Business groups are to meet with the business secretary on Tuesday to lobby for assurances in Brexit negotiations to secure Britain's industrial future and to avoid economic limbo. 4 hours ago
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With Euro 2016 well under way, many traders will be taking some well deserved time off over the next four weeks to watch one of the world’s premier tournaments.
This is probably a good idea, given that major football tournaments have been known to impact the financial markets.
The UK has decided to split from the EU after a referendum foisted upon a largely ignorant nation because of a split in the Conservative party, leading to around £200bn being knocked off the value of shares and sending financial markets into meltdown the world over.
In the short term sterling was sent back to 1985 levels and for the not-too-distant future some are predicting a recession. (Personally the thought of facing months of smug faces of Johnson, Gove and 'Cheshire' Farage is almost too much to bear for me.)
Today’s historic and shocking decision for the UK to leave the EU is likely to have an intense impact on global markets for some time to come - providing trading opportunities aplenty if you use proper risk-management techniques.
We saw sterling (GBPUSD) hit a 30-year low, stocks across the globe reacted negatively with the UK footsie losing 8.7% and predictably gold surged a massive $100.
Graham Spooner, investment research analyst, picks three stocks from last week’s most-bought shares on the London Stock Exchange.
This week's highlights include GlaxoSmithKline, Lloyds and Xtract Rescources.
Sentiment turned bullish yesterday, which was prompted by a huge rally in stocks. The FTSE (UKX)100 was up 3 percent.
The 'Remain' lead was the catalyst, we can expect volatility to remain elevated in the next few days as we approach polling day.