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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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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.
MARKET COMMENT: UK Indices Hold Onto 'No' Vote Relief Rally  London South East
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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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FTSE 100 held back by falling mining company shares, with Rio Tinto down 1.5%
With the FTSE 100 not surging as much as first expected despite the Scottish no vote to independence, mining shares are proving a drag on the market.
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Nevertheless, some analysts are optimistic that FTSE 100 can gain ground this year, perhaps even approaching 7,000 points, a new record.
FTSE 100 and pound regain some poise amid uncertainty over Scotland  This is Money
Scotland opinion poll jitters derail Britain's FTSE  Daily Mail
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FTSE 100 falters ahead of Scottish vote and Federal Reserve, while Smiths slides
Overall the FTSE 100 finished down 11.34 points at the day's low of 6780.90, having earlier traded as high as 6816. On the positive side came reports of China's central bank injecting liquidity into the system to boost its flagging economy.
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Nine FTSE 100 firms forced to issue clarifications about executive pay plans
Outside the FTSE 100, the engineering company Kentz was the first company to have its policy voted down when 51% said no to the proposals at the annual meeting in May.
Questor share tip: Which FTSE 100 oil stocks to hold?
Oil & Gas sector $99.5 per barrel-0.5. Questor says HOLD. Brent Crude, the global benchmark for oil, has fallen below $100 per barrel dragging oil stocks lower.
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Just who are the five women bosses of the FTSE 100?
The latest woman to join the ranks of Britain's female FTSE 100 CEOs - boosting the number to five. Laury, a former showjumper and keen horserider, has worked in DIY for 26 years.
Kingfisher tops weak FTSE 100  Financial Times
Kingfisher names French DIY boss V�ronique Laury as new chief executive  The Guardian
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Meet the FTSE 100 Twitterati
FTSE 100 companies have upped their game on Twitter according to social media agency Battenhall, sending out a total of 1.4 million tweets in the past year compared with 582,227 in 2013.
These are the FTSE 100 Twitterati  Management Today
Burberry has more Twitter followers than Coca-Cola  Telegraph.co.uk
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