After five day's of gains London's FTSE 100 is lower amid new oil price weakness.
Showing 25 of 2009
US stocks ended soft on Wednesday, dragged lower by weaker oil prices on account of an upset from the official inventories numbers
US stocks sank at midsession on Wednesday after the latest official oil inventories took oil prices south
A look at some of the firms reporting on Thursday (August 11)
Below are some of the main news-driven share price changes at 4.15pm
CloudTag raises £580,000, Solo Oil unveils a series of board changes and IronRidge confirms ‘very advanced’ discussions were underway over an investment in a gold prospect in Chad.
Some Wall Street shares did well yesterday, with the tech heavy Nasdaq composite posting a fresh record close at 5,225.48, up 0.24%.
FTSE 100 shed seven points to 6,844 with falls evenly spread across the board.
The government has tipped the wink to the market that gilt prices will be going up, and then wonders why it can't find enough sellers in its gilt purchase programme
With the oil price continuing to slide, heavily-weighted oil giants Shell and BP were dragging the top-share index lower
Markets cool as investor sentiment lacks direction
Range trading bourse after giving back fresh record highs
The pensions and retirment group will report numbers for the latest half year
Diamondcorp raises production in South Africa, Range Resources confirmed the spudding of its latest well in Trinidad and Utilitywise gets a new chief executive.
No tears at boohoo.com as it issued an upbeat trading update
Non-farm productivity data gave no encouragement to the bulls
The US benchmark, the S&P 500, briefly hit a new all-time high yesterday before turning lower; nonetheless, the FTSE 100 is set to continue its journey to its own new high.
Imports hit a record high in June but with sterling now worth less than the Slambovian gumbo bean that will probably soon change.
Purified cannabinoids biotech company GW Pharmaceuticals reports quarterly numbers.
Investors calm down and leave trading flat at the start of the week, despite an early high
Investors cautious on Monday following a burst of optimism
Significant gas discovery confirmed for Sound Energy, WYG is still picking up EU work and Haydale Graphene has funded a new professorial role at Swansea University.
A strong non-farm payrolls number eased some concerns in the market over the health of the US economy.
Main share price risers and fallers in London at 9.30am
The SFO investigates Airbus; rail, bus and "do the right thing" delays at Delta Air Lines, Southern Railway and BHS, respectively; Sound Energy - the great lost Madchester band of the nineties; conjugate the verb Gov (YouGov ...)