The FTSE 100 fell on Friday, despite a sharp rally on Wall Street following some positive earnings reports, after a case of Ebola was reported in New York after markets had closed.
The FTSE 100 traded flat on Thursday, despite a slump in supermarket group after Tesco’s interim results. Shares in estate agency Foxtons plunged after it issued a profit warning.
If investors in Tesco were hoping for some relief this morning, they have been sorely disappointed – the shares are once again the biggest faller in the market.
The economic focus in Europe will be on retail sales out of the UK, together with manufacturing reports across Europe.
The FTSE 100 edged higher on Wednesday after the latest minutes from the Bank of England’s rate-setting meeting showed the majority of committee members were against a rise in interest...
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