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Slingsby H.c50.00150.00 %
Personal Grp.hd296.008.62 %
Freeagent Hdg112.006.67 %
Hostelworld227.505.94 %
Wolseley5,165.005.78 %
Versarien24.005.49 %
Aa Plc269.505.36 %
Produce Invest185.005.11 %
Mortgage Ad378.255.00 %
Adgorithms22.004.76 %
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Tasty79.00-30.70 %
Genel Energy63.00-13.70 %
Clarke T.78.75-8.30 %
Xlmedia110.00-7.95 %
Comptoir Grp54.00-6.90 %
Yu Group270.00-6.90 %
Van Elle82.50-6.78 %
Advanced Onco29.00-6.45 %
Franchise Brand89.00-6.32 %
Onesavings395.40-6.28 %
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Rising Food and Fuel Prices Hitting UK Consumers

Sunday, 26th March 2017

Analysts had expected that inflation would rise to 2.1 percent this month, with grocery bills in particular increasing. The larger than expected rise has caused the TUC to express concern that working people are being faced with the double blow of both slower wage growth and rising prices. If the government does not make some changes soon, then we could be seeing the start of a new living standards crisis.

The TUC is calling for investment in infrastructure and skills, and a change to the pay restrictions that are hitting nurses, teachers and people in public service. The jump from 1.8 percent inflation back in January to 2.3 percent in February has caused investors to expect the Bank of England to boost interest rates more quickly than previously expected, to help keep price rises in check.

The pound has strengthened against the dollar, putting pressure on FTSE 100 companies that had previously benefited from the weakness of the pound. The direction of the index is not yet clear, however, as concerns about Trumpís economic policies are also weighing on the index, but uncertainty in the UK and Europe is adding volatility to the market.

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Stock Market Update

Tuesday, 28th March 2017

London shares are mixed in early deals, albeit barely moved, as the market takes pause after Monday's sell-off on dollar weakness and a waning of the 'Trump effect', with blue-chip ...
Tuesday, 28th March 2017

London equities are seen consolidating yesterdays' falls -- driven by a weaker pound and President Donald Trump's healthcare knock-back in Congress -- and ahead of PM Theresa May activating Brexit ...
Monday, 27th March 2017

London stocks closed lower as the so-called Trump effect waned alongside the dollar after US President Donald Trump failed to get his healthcare bill accepted by Congress.  Mining and oil heavyweights ...

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