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III - 3i

-2.59 (-0.58%)
450.40 448.40 -2.59 (-0.58%)
Volume 180,700
Day's high 457.80
Day's low 352.10
Today’s open 446.70
Prev Close 448.40

Index: FTSE 250 & FTSE All-Share

Sector: General Financial

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  • Company Profile: 3i Group is an international private equity investor. The group provides private equity, infrastructure and debt management, private equity and venture capital. 3i focuses across Europe, Asia and the US on buyouts, growth and venture capital, infrastructure and quoted private equity.

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III Trade Tendency

BullBearings trader activity in the last few days with this stock

Buying: 91%

Selling: 9%

Recent trades by BullBearings members
SELL 4,000,000 186.8568p 25/12/14 19:50
SELL 128,000,000 187.3775p 24/12/14 16:12
SELL 64,000,000 187.3931p 24/12/14 16:11
SELL 1,000,000 187.1327p 24/12/14 09:08
SELL 1,000,000 187.1327p 24/12/14 09:08

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News & Reports referencing III

Sunday newspaper round-up: BT, RBS, Tesco

BT is expected to announce as soon as December 15th whether it plans to buy EE or O2 to reenter the mobile phone market, The Sunday Times reported. The FTSE 100 telecoms company was working on a deal at the weekend with a statement due early in the coming week. BT is thought to favour O2 but could still opt for EE, which is jointly owned by Orange and Deutsche Telekom. EE would cost between £10.5bn and £11bn and O2 would cost between £9bn and £9.5bn.

12 days ago

London close: Markets extend losing streak as miners fall

London's stock market declined for the fourth straight day on Thursday as ongoing concerns about global growth and heavy falls in the mining sector erased earlier gains.

2 weeks ago

FTSE 100 movers: Travel companies soar as miners sink

Travel companies Easyjet and International Consolidated Airlines Group were boosted by the fall in oil prices, on hopes that lower fuel costs will boost profitability.

2 weeks ago

London midday: Mining stocks drag markets lower on ECB loan disappointment

UK stocks retreated into the red after a positive start on Thursday as renewed concerns about the health of the Eurozone pressured mining stocks lower.

2 weeks ago

London open: Stocks rebound from five-week low as energy shares gain

UK stocks edged higher on Thursday after sinking to a five-week low, though gains were only modest ahead of a data-heavy session.

2 weeks ago

Morning Traders' notes

OPEC deals oil another blow on the final busy day before Christmas

Daily global markets overview for the 23rd December 2014. Also the overnight activity and what can be expected in the markets today. Information straight from the traders’ desks. Insights on commodities, equities, stocks and forex currencies.

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