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Internetq114.2511.19 %
Blinkx22.758.33 %
Velocys50.008.11 %
Petroceltic45.257.74 %
Sinclair Is Pha38.507.69 %
Tungsten Corp33.257.26 %
Tt Electronics154.006.76 %
Skil Ports & Lg56.006.16 %
Revolymer72.005.11 %
Creston126.004.78 %
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Juridica45.25-13.40 %
Nahl Group340.00-12.68 %
Goldenport44.00-11.11 %
Anglo Pacific61.00-10.95 %
Lancashire682.00-10.03 %
Alliance Pharma46.25-9.31 %
Martinco172.50-8.00 %
Paypoint920.00-7.30 %
French Cnctn.30.00-6.98 %
Telit Comm214.00-6.86 %
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FTSE Rallies As Oil Stocks Recover

Wednesday, 25th November 2015

During early trading, the FTSE 100 added 15.2 points, up to 6,292.5. This was a modest recovery from the 28.3 point fall that occurred on Tuesday, when there were concerns over global tensions, after a Russian warplane was shot down by Turkey.

AvaTrade chief market analyst Naeem Aslam noted that European markets were starting to shake off some of the geopolitical tensions, and focus on the economic fundamentals surrounding them, rather than just the political aspects. The political tensions have given a strong foundation for the oil market, but there could be some very real political and economic consequences to the recent events and the tension between Turkey and Russia.

US shares gained overnight, while Asian markets were mixed. Shanghai shares gained 0.3 percent, and Malaysian and Indonesian stocks also posted some modest gains. Global tensions again were underlining the markets.

In the domestic market, Chancellor George Osborne has plans to announce increased spending on housing today, and is looking to provide support for private developers and local authorities to support the construction of about 400,000 new homes. This is part of the broader plans for the Autumn Statement and the ongoing spending review.

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Stock Market Update

Thursday, 26th November 2015

FTSE indices were rising to midday, albeit trading broadly sideways, as a string of ex-dividend stocks limited gains among the blue-chip mining, financial and retail sectors. Tesco (TSCO) was in ...
Thursday, 26th November 2015

FTSE indices continued yesterday's run-up in early deals, shrugging off a slew of ex-dividend factors, with blue-chip miners, supermarkets, financials and, to a lesser extent, airlines providing direction. European bourses ...
Thursday, 26th November 2015

FTSE indices are seen opening mildly firmer, potentially mixed with a string of ex-dividend factors weighing, as traders continue to assess UK Chancellor George Osborn's Autumn Statement following yesterday's overall ...

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