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The FTSE 100 in four key graphs
... the investment shop, said: "The level of the Footsie is the most commonly used benchmark of the health of the UK stock market, but probably the least useful.
Time to buy? The FTSE 100 in four key graphs  Yahoo Finance UK
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Tesco woes drag down Britain FTSE 100 share index
Tesco was the worst-performing FTSE 100 stock, down 5 percent, after reporting a bigger than expected hole in its accounts.
FTSE ends higher after late session rally, Tesco slumps  Reuters UK
Insurance firms and GlaxoSmithKline results boost FTSE  BBC News
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British Airways owner IAG leads FTSE 100 higher
British Airways owner IAG leads FTSE 100 higher. Hopes of boost from short haul business lifts airline, but Tesco and Unilever weigh on markets.
Market overview: SocGen downgrades BP  Yahoo Finance UK
Market overview: Footsie manages a positive finish  IFA Magazine
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FTSE 100 swings violently in volatile trading
Stock markets around the world plunged on Wednesday, and yields on 10-year US treasuries tumbled,in the wake of soft retail and manufacturing data from the US.
Ebola and fears over Europe among reasons for stock market slump  Express.co.uk
�42bn wiped off shares in FTSE fall  Belfast Telegraph
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The FTSE 100 Will Always Beat You
Over the past 20 years the FTSE 100 has risen at a rate of around 5.4% per annum, excluding fees, dividends and inflation - dividends received are likely to cancel out fees and inflation anyway.
'FTSE 100 will hit 8000 in 2014': the experts who got it wrong
�I think FTSE 100 shares will break through 7000 but it will have several attempts at it first. It's not seen much progress since 1999 but now, I think, we are in a range between 6500 and 7500, and on a really good day the FTSE 100 could hit 7500 this ...
Will Ebola Send The FTSE 100 Below 6000 Points?  The Motley Fool UK
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Best and worst performing FTSE 100 shares of the past three months
The FTSE 100 closed slightly up on the week, having rise 1 per cent from Monday's opening to close on Friday at 6,388.7.
FTSE 100 slips as British American Tobacco shares go up in smoke
BAT's decline has helped push the FTSE 100 down 19.31 points to 6353.02, despite positive moves on Wall Street and in Asia overnight.
Britain's FTSE lags continental peers as BAT sees sales drop  Daily Mail
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FTSE 100 dragged lower by oil firms
(Close): The London market came under pressure again, with shares in oil firms being hit by the recent decline in the price of crude.
FTSE 100 rebounds, GKN gains after results  Reuters UK
Bargain hunters limit FTSE 100 losses  Financial Times
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Questor special: FTSE 100 defensive shares for a market panic
Defensive shares. Questor says HOLD. NOT all shares are falling as the FTSE 100 slumps into a correction. A glance around the markets reveals that there are a few safe havens during a sell-off; a good reminder of the benefits of diversification.
Beat The FTSE 100 With SABMiller plc, GlaxoSmithKline plc And British ...  The Motley Fool UK
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