UK stocks fell on Thursday morning as investors adopted a cautious stance ahead of the four-day weekend amid ongoing turmoil in Ukraine.
UK stocks rose strongly on Wednesday morning, bouncing after a heavy fall the previous session, as updates from blue chips Tesco, Hargreaves Lansdown, Burberry and Persimmon impressed.
UK stocks opened with small losses on Tuesday morning after yet more disappointing economic data from China and mixed reactions to a host of company announcements.
When the Nasdaq dropped 3.1% overnight, whispers intensified that a second tech bubble was set to burst. But should private investors be spooked?
UK markets got off to a subdued start on Monday morning as stocks paused at a three-week low, with sentiment still fragile after the sell-off last week.
There were just a handful of risers on the FTSE 100 on Friday morning as stocks dropped sharply, tracking a dramatic sell-off on US and Asian equity indices overnight.
Confused by the terms Abenomics, taper tantrums and forward guidance? This guide will help you cut through the post-crisis financial jargon.
UK stocks advanced on Thursday, following a strong performance from US and Asian markets overnight, after minutes from the latest Federal Reserve meeting showed a more dovish stance than expected.
UK stocks kicked off today's session in a positive fashion, lifted by a decent performance in the US overnight and ahead of the release of the minutes from the most recent Federal Reserve meeting.
Growing tensions in Ukraine pushed UK stocks lower on Tuesday morning, with sentiment still fragile after yet another sell-off on Wall Street the previous session.
Policymakers risk the UK economic recovery stalling if they fail to address its "undue reliance" on consumer spending, the British Chambers of Commerce has said.
UK stocks fell sharply on Monday morning as investors booked profits after markets hit a one-month high the previous session.
UK stocks opened with small gains on Friday ahead of the US non-farm payrolls report due out this afternoon, which always has the potential to spark volatility across global equity markets.
UK stocks edged higher on Thursday morning, but gains were modest with markets trading at a three-week high as investors showed caution ahead of a policy meeting in Europe.
UK stocks were flat at a three-week high on Wednesday morning as investors paused for breath ahead of some key risk events towards the end of the week.
Try our easy-to-use calculators and make your money work harder.
Speak to an adviser
Fund/Share dealing service
Interested in investing in funds or shares?
Access Hargreaves Lansdown's award winning service
We reveal how to protect your savings from the destructive impact of inflation.