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Asos5,730.0014.60 %
Solid State317.0011.23 %
Learning Tech.122.007.02 %
Oxford Metrics69.506.92 %
Asa Int500.106.40 %
Beeks Fin.cloud122.506.06 %
K3 Capital Gro.270.005.88 %
Regal Pet.46.005.50 %
G3 Exploration48.005.49 %
Dewhurst1,000.005.26 %
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Flybe Grp20.80-35.40 %
Mediclinic383.60-19.19 %
Inchcape540.50-12.33 %
Eight Peaks.23.00-11.54 %
Softcat717.00-9.36 %
On-line Block21.00-8.70 %
Diurnal Grp38.00-8.43 %
Tristel257.50-8.04 %
Crest Nicholson301.60-6.63 %
Interserve54.40-6.21 %
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Economist Warn of Poor Year for UK

Sunday, 14th October 2018

The group forecast growth of 1.3 percent for 2018, down from its previous estimate of 1.4 percent. It also forecast 1.5% for next year, down from its previous estimate of 1.6%. Even that estimate is based on the assumption that there would be a smooth Brexit deal allowing for a modest recovery. If no such deal is reached, then the economy could suffer massively.

The Office for Budget Responsibility, which is the government’s own economic forecaster, has raised the prospect that a no-deal Brexit could see border delays, prevent aircraft being able to fly in and out of Britain, and leave consumers and businesses scrambling to stockpile food and other supplies.

The Item Club predicts that consumer spending is going to remain limited in the coming months, as households are under pressure from weak wage growth, and from higher levels of inflation. They note that heightened uncertainties will make businesses and consumers more cautious, and they fear that this will weigh on economic growth for both 2018 and 2019, with the near-term outlook deteriorating further if there is no deal agreed by March 2019.

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Stock Market Update

Wednesday, 17th October 2018

UK stocks opened higher on Wednesday following a strong rally on Wall Street fueled by encouraging earnings reports from the likes of Netflix.  At 0859, the benchmark FTSE 100 index was ...
Tuesday, 16th October 2018

The FTSE 100 gained momentum despite a stronger pound following positive UK wage data, closing 0.4% higher at 7,059.   Brent crude oil dipped 0.2% to $80.61 per barrel.   Upbeat trading ...
Tuesday, 16th October 2018

Weak commodity prices dragged oil majors and miners into the red, leaving the FTSE 100 down 0.2% at 7,010 around midday.  BP and Royal Dutch Shell both fell by 1.4% each ...

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