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Spreadex News

Markets rise as recovery hopes mount – live updates

Mon 13th Jul 2020, 9:44am

Two former oil executives have been convicted for conspiring to give corrupt payments to secure valuable contracts in Iraq in a much-needed victory for the embattled Serious Fraud Office.

FTSE 100 closes higher as trading optimism continues

Mon 13th Jul 2020, 10:29am

London’s top flight closed 80.78 points higher at 6,176.19p at the end of trading on Monday. Connor Campbell, financial analyst at Spreadex, said: “The UK index was relatively untested, things start ...

FTSE 100 closes firmly ahead as traders shrug off any nerves about US earnings

Mon 13th Jul 2020, 10:26am

“If not quite at their initial highs, the markets nevertheless remained strong all session, including, inexplicably, the Dow Jones,” said a slightly bemused Connor Campbell at Spreadex. “The US index ...

FTSE CLOSE: Index slides into red as wave of job losses weighs on sentiment

Sat 11th Jul 2020, 4:25am

The latest wave of job cuts at high-profile UK retailers weighed down on sentiment to keep the FTSE 100 in the red on a cautious trading day. US stocks were similarly weak as traders became cautious ...

Gold hits eight-year high as markets fret about Covid-19 lockdowns - business live

Wed 8th Jul 2020, 3:37pm

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