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London’s FTSE 250 was down 1. 9% at 21,346. 57 in afternoon trade on Monday as worries about the coronavirus intensified.
London’s FTSE 100 was down 2. 2% at 7,417. 55 in afternoon trade on Monday as worries about the spread of the coronavirus gripped markets.
Shares of Amigo Holdings tumbled on Monday as the guarantor loans provider launched a strategic review and formal sale process after its largest shareholder, the Richmond Group, said it would willingly sell its 60. 66% holding in the company.
JPMorgan Cazenove recommended that investors stay bullish on UK domestic plays on Monday but underweight the FTSE 100.
Windows and doors maker Safestyle warned on Monday that investments made as part of its turnaround plan will dent short-term profitability.
London stocks had fallen further into the red by midday on Monday, with miners and travel shares pacing the decline as worries over the spread of the coronavirus gripped markets.
German business confidence unexpectedly deteriorated in January, according to a widely-followed survey released on Monday.
Petra Diamonds posted a drop in first-half revenue on Monday amid lower diamond prices.
London stocks fell sharply in early trade on Monday, with miners pacing the decline amid growing concerns about the spread of the coronavirus, while oil prices also slumped.
TI Fluid Systems said on Monday that results for the year to the end of December are set to be in line with the expectations outlined in its first-half results in August, with adjusted free cash flow "very strong".
London stocks were set to slump on Monday amid growing concerns about the spread of the coronavirus.
London open The FTSE 100 was called to open 89 points lower at 7,496.
Ministers will pledge to reopen closed rail lines in the north this week as the government prepares to renationalise the failed Northern franchise. The promise of hundreds of millions in investment to restore some lines axed in the Beeching closures in the early 1960s will come at about the same time as the expected announcement of the termination of the Northern franchise, operated by Arriva. – Guardian.
London’s FTSE 250 was up 1% at 21,763. 32 in afternoon trade on Friday.
London’s FTSE 100 was up 1. 1% at 7,592. 90 in afternoon trade on Friday.
The Financial Conduct Authority has appointed Christopher Woolard as its interim chief executive.
Shares in payments company Finablr tumbled after it said that more than half of its stock had been pledged as security for borrowings by Travelex.
London stocks had extended gains by midday on Friday, boosted by better-than-expected services and manufacturing data, as fears over the spread of the coronavirus receded.
The UK economy returned to growth in January, according to data released on Friday, but analysts were divided over whether this would be enough to keep the Bank of England from cutting interest rates next week.
NMC Health was in the red on Friday after Dubai’s Emirates NBD Bank sold just under 2. 2 million shares in the UAE healthcare provider in a placing.