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Trakm8 Hldgs113.5012.38 %
Abzena38.0011.76 %
Intercede Grp62.0010.71 %
Georgian Min.21.8810.06 %
Amryt Pharma26.137.73 %
Serica34.007.09 %
Hummingbird25.756.74 %
Innovaderma272.506.45 %
Dixons Carpho347.306.34 %
Fletcher King55.256.25 %
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Modern Water17.00-14.47 %
Acacia Min376.60-13.19 %
Premier Vet Grp152.00-8.64 %
Holders Tech.33.00-8.33 %
Wynnstay Grp575.00-8.00 %
Echo Energy19.13-7.83 %
Tungsten Corp63.25-7.66 %
Windar Photo74.00-7.50 %
Softcat424.40-7.26 %
Aqua Bty Di662.50-7.02 %
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FTSE Struggles after Manchester Attacks

Wednesday, 24th May 2017

The bomber has been identified as Salman Abedi, aged 23, and the attack is considered to have been the worst terrorist attack in the UK in more than a decade

The FTSE 100 slipped by 11 points, to 7,485, with the FTSE 250 making modest gains, ending the day up by 7.57 points

The biggest gainer in the FTSE was Babcock International, which benefited from an upbeat note from Deutsche Bank. Babcock will be releasing its full-year results this week, and Deutsche Bank is expecting to see solid performance from the company.

Another company which performed well yesterday was Easyjet. The budget airline received a broker upgrade from RBC Capital Markets, who noted that it was increasingly probably that the company was about to see a return to strong profits. Meanwhile, retailers lagged, with Marks and Spencer slipping by 1.97 percent, and Kingfisher falling by 2.42 percent.

US stocks got off to a stronger start, bouncing back from turbulence earlier in the week. Before the US markets opened, traders at the New York Stock Exchanged observed a minute of silence for those who were victims of the bombing in Manchester. The terrorist attack has naturally dominated the headlines internationally, and has been condemned all across the world.

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Stock Market Update

Wednesday, 24th May 2017

Weaker commodity prices and a downgrade of China's credit score by Moody's Investors Service spelled trouble for the mining sector.   Rio Tinto (RIO), Fresnillo (FRES) and Randgold Resources (RRS) led ...
Wednesday, 24th May 2017

London stocks got off to a mixed start with blue chips making mild gains and mid caps lower, with Marks & Spencer (MKS) rising after its FY numbers and Kingfisher ...
Wednesday, 24th May 2017

London stocks will open after gains on Wall St last night and a mixed Asia this morning, and with sterling mildly ahead on both the dollar and euro.   Gold, silver ...

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