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FTSE 100

As of 11:39 18 August 2017 - Market open
index value 7315.32 index change: -72.55 index change percentage: down -0.98%
Open
7387.87
Previous close
7387.87
52 week high
7547.63
52 week low
6665.63

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Today 18.08.2017

13:10

Airlines weigh on FTSE after Spain attacks

Shares in airlines fall as investors worry about the impact of the Barcelona terror attack on tourism.

Yesterday 17.08.2017

17:36

FTSE 100 drifts lower as gold stocks rise

Mixed UK retail data and cautious comments from the US Federal Reserve weigh on the FTSE 100.

15.08.2017

17:13

Pound falls as inflation holds steady

Weaker than expected inflation data reduces the prospect of an early rise in interest rates.

14.08.2017

17:00

FTSE 100 rebounds after sell-off

Shares rise as investors welcome a cooling in rhetoric between the US and North Korea.

11.08.2017

17:08

Shares hit by US-North Korea tensions

The UK stock market falls 1.1% as investors look for safer assets.
15:40

Shares hit by US-North Korea tensions

The UK stock market falls 1% as investors look for safer assets.

10.08.2017

16:53

FTSE falls as N Korea tensions persist

The UK's benchmark index closes down 1.4% as investors seek out safer assets.

09.08.2017

12:18

G4S slides as FTSE 100 tumbles

The security group is the biggest faller on the index despite a 7.6% rise in first-half profit.

08.08.2017

17:01

FTSE 100 falls short of record high

The index closes five points below its previous record level after a late rally runs out of steam.

07.08.2017

17:16

Paddy Power shares hit as boss leaves

The FTSE 100 rises but Paddy Power Betfair shares sink 5% as its chief executive stands down.
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