UK stocks opened in the red on Tuesday as investors continued to tread cautiously ahead of a Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC) decision and vote on Scottish independence.
ASOS investors shaken by profit warnings will be eager for this week's results.
A wave of M&A activity wasn't enough to keep UK stocks from slipping into the red on Monday morning.
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UK stocks edged higher on Friday but choppy trading continued with investors concerned about the potential impact from a 'yes' vote on Scottish independence next week.
Despite decent gains by Royal Bank of Scotland, the UK stock market opened more or less flat on Thursday morning as investors speculated about stimulus measures in China.
An industry trade body is warning investors about the risks of putting money into store pod investments advertised by a former Top Gear presenter, based on what it says are inaccuracies in the scheme's marketing material.
Wealth managers are moving client assets out of Scotland as concerns over the result of the 18 September referendum grow, according to reports.
UK equity markets declined on Wednesday morning with ex-dividend stocks providing a drag, along with poorly-received trading updates from the likes of Sports Direct and London Stock Exchange (LSE).
This is a big week for the retail sector as Sports Direct and Next prepare to update their investors.
The FTSE 100 was trading 0.1 per cent lower at 6,869 in early trading.
Shares in BP slumped late on Thursday after the group was found by a US judge to be "grossly negligent" and "reckless" in the Gulf of Mexico four years ago.
The FTSE 100 was trading 0.1 per cent lower at 6,869 in early trading. The FTSE 100 was trading 0.1 per cent lower at 6,869 in early trading.
Earlier this year, Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba started proceedings to launch on the US stock market. Soon, those proceedings should come to fruition and Alibaba will arrive on the New York Stock Exchange.
With the FTSE reaching a 14-year high and some wary that the only way to go is down, Liz Field reminds investors of some golden rules.
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