Thursday, 3rd September 2015

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FTSE 100 movers: easyJet flies higher on profit guidance, Weir slips on demotion

Thu 3rd Sep 15, 12:40:04

Michele Maatouk

(ShareCast News) - London's FTSE 100 was on the front foot Thursday, taking its cue from strength on Wall Street as the closure of Chinese markets provided investors with some much-needed respite. At 1305 BST, the top-flight index was up 1.4% at 6,165.81.

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FTSE 250 movers: Lookers surges on acquisition, Go-Ahead slumps on warning

(ShareCast News) - London's mid-cap index was up 0.9% to 17,037.26 at 1325 BST, tracking a more buoyant tone overall following a positive session in the US and as the closure of Chinese markets gave investors a chance to catch their breath. 1 hour ago

US jobless claims hit highest level in two months in week to 28 August

(ShareCast News) - The number of unemployment benefits claimants in the US rose last week, figures released on Thursday showed. 27 minutes ago

S&P cuts outlook on Glencore´s long-term debt on China woes

(ShareCast News) - Lower metals prices have hit miners´ financials and may continue to hinder their ability to generate cash, the leading international debt ratings agency said, which may lead to higher financing costs for them. 50 minutes ago

ECB keeps rates unchanged

(ShareCast News) - The Eurozone´s monetary authority kept its main policy levers unchanged on Thursday but traders were extremely keen to know what president Mario Draghi thought of recent events in financial markets and whether he would drop any hints of further stimulus, including a possible extension of asset purchase programme. 1 hour ago

ECB keeps interest rates unchanged as expected

(ShareCast News) - The European Central Bank has kept its key rates unchanged, as expected by analysts. 1 hour ago

US pre-open: Futures in the black ahead of raft of economic data and ECB decision

(ShareCast News) - US stocks futures pointed to a second consecutive day of gains on Thursday, on the back of an upbeat session in Asia. 2 hours ago

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