FTSE LIVE: Footsie down with European markets on dull eurozone data; miners fall on weak commodity prices
By mid morning on the final session of May, the FTSE 100 Index was down 7.9 points, or 0.1 per cent at 6,262.9, having closed 5.1 points higher on Friday ahead of the long May Bank holiday weekend.
In a trading update for the final quarter of the financial year, IG stated that it had performed 'well' during what turned out to be a 'relatively quiet' fourth quarter of the year in financial markets.
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'We're not out!' Dragons' Den stars warn Brexit would be a 'reckless risk' and harm 1.2m small businesses
James Caan, Hilary Devey, Kelly Hoppen, Touker Suleyman, Sarah Willingham, Simon Woodroffe and Piers Linney have collectively warned Brexit posed a 'serious risk' to firms.
With concerns for the future of oil prices, fears of a US interest rate hike and uncertainty over the outcome of Britain’s EU referendum, bankers have been queuing up to warn that shares could tank.
The group, set up as a London entertainment and culture magazine in 1968, is planning an Aim flotation on June 13 which will value it at up to £225million.
Analysts at investment bank Macquarie say BT bosses would now have to set aside £1bn a year until 2030 if they are to plug the gap – a move which could hit investors’ dividends hard.
John Lewis has reported a surge in flat cap sales as the BBC 2 show continues into its third season.
In early trading this morning, Alliance Trust shares were 3.6 per cent, or 18.5p higher at 527.0p. RIT Capital shares were down 1,2 per cent, or 20p at 1,599p.
Even in Italy’s prosperous north they seem to understand the Brexit referendum better than the political leaders of the Remain camp.
The Lloyds Bank Business Barometer for May showed said the balance of companies who thought trade would pick up over the next 12 months fell by 11 points to 38 per cent.
Students graduating this year face 'one of the toughest job markets in recent times', with fewer vacancies and falling pay rates, according to jobs website Adzuna.
Three years after a factory collapse prompted brands like H&M and Walmart to commit to bettering worker conditions in Bangladesh, rights groups say problems persist.
Seatfrog, a new app by a Sydney-based company, will let flyers upgrade flights right up until boarding time by auctioning off seats that would otherwise go empty in business and first class.
I don’t want my ex-wife to find out how much I paid for my new home. Is there any way I can keep the price off all those nosey websites that allow you to look up what homes have been sold for?
A report by accountancy group UHY Hacker Young reveals that the total of distilleries jumped by a third last year, from 21 to 28.
It means RBS, which is still 73 per cent Government-owned, has now scrapped 2,600 jobs in the past few months.
Industry experts are outraged by Government attempts to beg Tata Steel to keep its UK steelworks with a secret package of sweeteners worth hundreds of millions of pounds.
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Robert Hiscox, who chaired Lloyd's of London insurer Hiscox for 43 years until 2013, said membership of the EU effectively hobbled the UK in world competition.
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