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FTSE 100 flags on Hong Kong protests and UK supermarket woes
Overall the FTSE 100 is down 6.33 points at 6643.06, ahead of the European Central Bank meeting on Thursday when more details on its plans to stimulate the flagging eurozone economy should be unveiled.
FTSE 100 watch: Footsie eases as Hong Kong unrest continues  iNVEZZ
FTSE CLOSE: Markets lower on Hong Kong unrest; Balfour shares nosedive  This is Money
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FTSE 100 falls 1% on interest rate, economy and Russia fears
After a quiet start, leading shares slumped to their lowest level since the middle of August on a combination of concerns. The slide began in the afternoon after poor US durable goods orders, and a rise in weekly jobless claims, albeit to a lower level ...
FTSE 100 preview: Wall Street suffers worst session in nearly 2 months  iNVEZZ
London Report: Bank policy and property fears weigh on FTSE  CITY A.M.
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FTSE 100 suffers worst week for 15 months
Despite a slight recovery on Friday, the FTSE 100 finished the week at 6649.39, up 9.68 points on the day but down 188 points or 2.76% on the week.
FTSE falls as investors brace for US, UK tightening  Reuters UK
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FTSE 100 edges down as Sainsbury leads supermarkets lower
Overall the FTSE 100 has fallen 11.66 points to 6628.05, with a combination of concerns. It is on track for its biggest weekly fall since June 2013, on worries about rising interest rates in the UK and US, a spate of profit warnings (Tesco was not ...
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FTSE 100 takes �25bn hit on Syria air strikes and European woes
The sell-off came just days after the FTSE 100 flirted with a record, having hit an intraday day peak of 6,904 on September 4. The index's all-time high of 6,950.6 has reached in the last trading session of 1999.
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FTSE 100 falls back on Tesco shock and slump in mining shares on China fears
So the FTSE 100 - which edged up slightly on Friday on relief at the no vote in the Scottish independence vote - has fallen 37.89 points to 6800.03.
Tesco leads London's FTSE 100 lower  Financial Times
Why Nothing Can Stop The FTSE 100 Right Now  Yahoo Finance UK
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Time to buy the FTSE 100? Ten facts to help you decide
Some, including Abbey National, were bought by a rival firm, while others, such as Woolworths, filed for bankruptcy. Most were simply relegated from the index.
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The FTSE 100 Falls 2% In A Week � But I'm Still Bullish
Well, that wasn't supposed to happen! The Scottish referendum's 'no' vote was meant to be the catalyst that pushed the FTSE 100 to record highs. Instead, it has fallen by over 2% during the last week alone and, perhaps more importantly, is showing ...
FTSE 100 finishes marginally higher as Scottish vote boost runs out of steam
After an initial burst of enthusiasm - though by no means as much as expected - leading shares ended the day only marginally ahead in the wake of the Scottish referendum no vote.
Scottish 'No' Pushes FTSE 100 Towards All-Time High  Motley Fool UK
FTSE lifted by bargain hunters  IG
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INVESTMENT EXTRA: After Tesco's shares take hammering... are other FTSE ...
Water company Severn Trent is run by the FTSE 100's youngest boss and at 38, Liv Garfield will need all of her youthful energy to deal with some major problems in the pipeline.
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