Garry White, Chief Investment Commentator, looks at the market moving events that have shaped the UK equity markets this month (October 1st to 31st 2014).
The FTSE 100 jumped on Friday after bank shares soared after the regular delayed the introduction of a new financial target and British Airways owner International Consolidated Airlines...
The Bank of Japan stunned investors on Friday by expanding its ultra-aggressive monetary easing programme, saying that a combination of weak demand and a lower oil price meant that more...
The FTSE 100 traded lower on Thursday, as mining shares fell as the dollar strengthened. Strong sets of numbers came from wealth manager St James’s Place, Barclays and Royal Dutch Shell.
Whatever an oil company says, falling oil prices are generally bad for its business, but as a leaner, more nimble company Shell could use it to its advantage.
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