LONDON (Alliance News) - Anglo-Dutch consumer goods firm Unilever PLC said Thursday it is unlikely to remain in London's flagship stock index because of its ... that Unilever will stay in London's FTSE 100 index after ending its …
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The FTSE along with other global indices was on the rebound on Wednesday, capitalising on the lack of trade war news to claw back some of the losses from the previous session. Moving towards the close the FTSE was 0.5% higher, trading …
The U.K.’s blue-chips benchmark slid Thursday, falling further as oil shares extended losses, while the pound jumped after one more Bank of England policy maker joined the ranks in voting for an interest-rate increase.
This was the lowest May net borrowing since 2005 and below the expected level of GBP 6.3 billion. The benchmark FTSE 100 was marginally higher at 7,634 in late opening deals after gaining 0.3 percent on Wednesday. BP Plc edged up …