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FTSE 100 bolstered by mining firms
(Close): Mining shares helped to lift the London stock market after metals prices rose, with copper hitting a two-week high. The benchmark FTSE 100 index closed up 55.5 points at 6,393.13, with shares in mining giant Glencore up 5.8%. However, BHP ...
Miners bounce-back keeps FTSE 100 in the black
housebuilders dig in at top of FTSE 100
Shares in developers topped the FTSE 100 on Wednesday after the UK government's Autumn Statement on its tax and spending plans confirmed a significant housebuilding programme.
FTSE 100 rises as Spending Review boosts housebuilders  BBC News
FTSE 100 rises despite housebuilders' fears over new tax - London Report  City A.M.
At the close: FTSE 100 enjoys best two back-to-back days since October as it ...
The UK's top blue-chip index closed 0.88 per cent up, at 6,393 points, following the 0.96 per cent gain yesterday on the back of the chancellor's budget plans that sent housebuilders' stocks higher.
FTSE 100 chart breakout approaches
A look at the daily FTSE 100 (UKX) chart reveals a wedge pattern. An uptrend beginning at the August low of 5,768 currently points to technical support at around 6,140.
Morrisons staring at FTSE 100 relegation once again
Using Friday's closing prices, broker Jefferies said the beleaguered supermarket chain was in danger of being booted out of Britain's benchmark index on December 2 when the FTSE EMEA Committee reviews the constituent positions of the FTSE 100 and ...
Will The FTSE 250 Keep Beating The FTSE 100?
2015 has been a rather disappointing year for the FTSE 100. The UK's leading index of shares has fallen by 3%, mainly as a result of a horrific year for the resources sector, as well as a slowdown in China which provided a major shock in August ...
FTSE 100 falls as travel shares affected by terror attacks
(Close): Travel shares pulled the FTSE lower as investors remained wary in the wake of the recent terror attacks. Research from ForwardKeys suggested that flight bookings to Paris were down by more than a quarter last week following the attacks on 13 ...
Why Is The FTSE 100 Lagging Its International Peers?  The Motley Fool UK
MarketsFTSE 100, European equities slide  Financial Times
Markets: FTSE 100 bounces back
Housebuilders were in demand on the back of George Osborne's Autumn Statement. Taylor Wimpey was the day's highest climber, rising 3.6%, Barratt Developments gained 3.4%, and Persimmon was 3% higher.
Metals stocks tarnish FTSE 100
Metals stocks were taking a heavy toll on the FTSE 100 on Monday, as pressure from the latest slide in metals prices was being felt across the sector.
Markets: FTSE down as Russia jet downing sparks Middle East tensions  The Week UK
Markets: FTSE 100 falls further
Burberry was the day's biggest faller, down 5.3%, and hotels and catering company Whitbread lost 3.2%. Airlines were also in decline, with Easyjet down 3.2%, and International Consolidated slipping 3.1%.