Strong gains from ARM Holdings and some mining heavyweights gave UK markets a boost on Tuesday morning, as risk appetite recovered.
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Shore Capital has upgraded Tesco shares to a ‘hold’ from a ‘sell’ following the appointment of new CEO Dave Lewis from Unilever.
It's a busy week for investors as Royal Mail, easyJet, Vodafone and many more prepare to update the market.
UK stocks eased on Monday morning as continued fighting in Gaza and uncertainty surrounding tensions in Ukraine capped risk appetite.
UK stocks opened firmly in the red on Friday morning as heightened geopolitical tensions following the crash of a Malaysia Airlines plane prompted investors to shy away from taking on too much risk.
London's FTSE 100 slipped on Thursday morning, retreating after a big jump the previous session which sent the index to its highest levels in over a week.
Stronger-than-expected economic growth in China helped UK stocks rise on Wednesday morning, while M&A speculation saw the share price of blue chip Meggitt surge.
June showed solid signs of Britain's economic recovery and strong investor confidence, according to Richard Brown of TD Direct Investing.
UK stocks quickly erased an initial dip into the red to trade slightly higher on Tuesday morning as decent gains from mining heavyweights gave markets a boost as metal prices rose.
Sheridan Admans, investment research analyst at The Share Centre, picks GKN as share of the week.
Just 11 per cent of retail investors are banking on a surge in economic growth related to the World Cup, which ended last night in a German victory.
Easing concerns about peripheral debt in the Eurozone and strong gains from Shire helped UK stocks to post decent gains on Monday morning.
Tuesday and Wednesday are particularly action-packed this week, as companies as diverse as SSE and Sports Direct prepare to update the markets.
Investors in high-fashion retailer Burberry have rejected new CEO Christopher Bailey’s £10m a year pay package.
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