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Weaker FTSE 100 gets support from ABF and AstraZeneca
Persistent bid speculation lifted AstraZeneca by 2.1 percent, and together ABF and AstraZeneca added most points to the FTSE 100, in solid trading volumes, at around twice their 90-day daily averages. "Associated British Foods have come out with a ...
London Report: Takeover hope and US expansion keep FTSE 100 on a high  CITY A.M.
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FTSE 100 drifts lower with chip designer Arm hit by disappointing update
Overall, the FTSE 100 ended 7.02 points lower at 6674.74 as Wall Street slipped lower in early trading following disappointing home sales.
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Shire leads FTSE 100 risers as deal fever hits pharmaceutical sector
In a day of excitement for the pharmaceutical sector, the biggest riser was a company not involved in any deals - yet. Shire, often tipped as a takeover target, was back in the spotlight, adding 221p to �31.46 following reports that Pfizer had made a ...
Markets today: 5 things you may have missed
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Vince Cable warns FTSE 100 firms on 'excessive' executive pay
In a letter to the chairman of the remuneration committees of the FTSE 100, the Business Secretary warns that unless more is done to keep pay down, he might have to take �further action�.
Watch the average FTSE 100 CEO's earnings add up in real-time
Cable Warns FTSE 100 Firms: Curb Execs' Pay or We'll Do it For You  International Business Times UK
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Ex-divs to take 8.69 points off FTSE 100 on April 23
LONDON, April 22 (Reuters) - The following FTSE 100 companies will go ex-dividend on Wednesday, after which investors will no longer qualify for the latest dividend payout.
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FTSE 100 suffers worst week for a month after technology sell-off
The FTSE 100 suffered its worst weekly fall for a month as investors bailed out of technology companies amid fears their valuations were out of kilter with reality.
FTSE 100 watch: US selloff pushes Footsie deep into the red  iNVEZZ
Builders join techs in FTSE 100 sell-off  Financial Times
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Cable warns FTSE-100 firms on executive pay
(Reuters) - Business Secretary Vince Cable on Tuesday warned banks and other major companies to rein in excessive executive pay or face tighter rules, in a letter aimed at Barclays and other FTSE 100 companies ahead of their annual general meetings.
FTSE 100 recovers some lost ground but Admiral and motor insurers go into ...
The news has sent Admiral 27p lower to �13.56, the biggest faller in the FTSE 100 while esure has dropped 17.4p at 250.3p and Direct Line is down 6.4p at 232.4p, the two biggest losers in the mid-cap index.
At-retirement help not new for most FTSE 100 employers  The Economic Voice
Towers Watson: No final salary pensions for new employees in FTSE 100  Pensions & Investments
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MIDAS SHARE TIPS: 'Dogs' portfolio is running ahead of the FTSE 100
The FTSE 100 index of Britain's largest quoted companies has climbed 2 per cent over the same period, a rather pedestrian return for investors.
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FTSE 100 falters after mixed tech stock performance but mining shares give ...
Overall the FTSE 100, after Monday's 1% decline, has dipped another 13.40 points to 6609.44 despite stronger than expected UK industrial output figures.