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ADVFN Morning London Market Report: Thursday 3 Dec 2015

03 Dec 2015 @ 09:34
London open: Stocks climb ahead of ECB policy decision London stocks climbed ahead of the European Central Bank’s policy announcement which is projected to reveal further stimulus measures. ECB President Mario Draghi is widely expected to say the central bank will increase the pace of its asset purchases and cut its deposit rate. Danske Bank […]
 

ADVFN Morning London Market Report: Wednesday 2 Dec 2015

02 Dec 2015 @ 11:37
London open: Stocks gain ahead of Eurozone CPI UK stocks gained on Wednesday morning ahead of the release of Eurozone data which is expected to show an improvement in inflation. The flash estimate of the Eurozone consumer price index for November is expected to show a 0.2% year-on-year increase, compared to 0.1% in October. Core […]
 

ADVFN Morning London Market Report: Tuesday 1 Dec 2015

01 Dec 2015 @ 10:29
London open: Stocks boosted by banks after BoE’s stress test results UK stocks rebounded on Thursday, supporting by banking stocks after the Bank of England’s stress tests showed Britain’s biggest lenders were strong enough to survive another recession. Royal Bank of Scotland, Lloyds Banking Group, Barclays and Standard Chartered were among the top risers on the […]
 

ADVFN Morning London Market Report: Monday 30 Nov 2015

30 Nov 2015 @ 10:23
London open: Stocks fall on commodity slump UK stocks opened in negative territory on Monday as a commodity slump continued to provide a drag. While the week is set to see a raft of important events – including the European Central Bank’s policy decision and the US non-farm payrolls report – Monday had a slow […]
 

ADVFN Morning London Market Report: Friday 27 Nov 2015

27 Nov 2015 @ 09:49
London open: Stocks decline on commodities slump UK stocks declined on Friday morning as commodities reversed the previous day’s rally and investors awaited the release of gross domestic product data. Anglo American, Fresnillo, BHP Billiton and Rio Tinto were the top fallers on the FTSE 100 as metal prices dropped albeit copper rose. Oil prices […]
 

ADVFN Morning London Market Report: Thursday 26 Nov 2015

26 Nov 2015 @ 11:30
London open: Mining stocks lead FTSE higher amid lack of data London stocks opened on the front foot on Thursday, led by mining stocks, amid no notable economic data releases as traders in the US took a break for Thanksgiving. Mining stocks including Glencore, Anglo American, Antofagasta and Rio Tinto, topped the FTSE 100 in […]
 

ADVFN Morning London Market Report: Wednesday 25 Nov 2015

25 Nov 2015 @ 08:56
London open: Stocks rebound ahead of Autumn Statement UK stocks rebounded on Wednesday ahead of Chancellor George Osborne’s joint Spending Review and Autumn Statement. Osborne is widely expected to announce deep cuts to public sector spending when he kicks off the Autumn Statement at 1130 GMT. He is also tipped to announce possible changes to […]
 

ADVFN Morning London Market Report: Tuesday 24 Nov 2015

24 Nov 2015 @ 10:00
London open: Stocks decline ahead of Carney’s testimony, US GDP UK stocks declined on Tuesday morning ahead of Bank of England governor Mark Carney’s testimony to the Treasury Select Committee. Carney and BoE chief economist Andy Haldane will be questioned by the Committee at 1000 GMT on the central bank’s monetary policy stance. Questions are “likely […]
 

ADVFN Morning London Market Report: Monday 23 Nov 2015

23 Nov 2015 @ 10:34
London open: Mining stocks drag FTSE lower UK stocks opened in the red on Monday, dragged down by mining shares, as investors weighed European manufacturing data and awaited the release of economic reports in the US. Eurozone manufacturing activity rose to a 19-month high in November. Markit’s purchasing managers’ index increased to 52.8 from 52.3 […]
 

ADVFN Morning London Market Report: Friday 20 Nov 2015

20 Nov 2015 @ 10:20
London open: Stocks flat in light day for economic data London stocks were trading flat on Friday morning following fairly uninspiring sessions in the US and Asia and with remarks from central bankers filling some of the vacuum. As of 08:58 GMT the Footsie was higher by just 0.20 points or 0.0% at 6,330.13. Speaking […]
 
 
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