European markets slid more than 1% today as investors steered clear of riskier assets ahead of a key EU summit this week.
London's leading shares index ended the week on a high today as fresh evidence of growth in the United States boosted traders' confidence.
London’s leading shares index struggled to make significant progress today as fears over growth in China and the rumbling eurozone debt crisis troubled investors.
An upbeat note from Goldman Sachs boosted the banking sector today and helped limit losses for London’s leading shares index.
Greece's failure to reach a concrete deal with creditors to avoid a default depressed world markets today, with banks among the biggest losers.
London's leading shares index closed above the 5,700 mark for the first time in nearly three months today but global growth fears continued to spook investors.
World markets struggled to make progress today after another meeting on the eurozone debt crisis failed to ease traders' nerves.
Investors started 2012 with a burst of optimism today as upbeat manufacturing data from all corners of the world triggered a rally on London’s top shares index.
World markets slipped into the red today after a scheme to boost liquidity and ease the eurozone debt crisis failed to settle traders’ nerves.
A successful Spanish bond auction and strong German economic data eased fears over the eurozone crisis and drove world markets higher today.
A weak start for London shares turned into a full-blown rout today as investors ditched risky stocks on more global growth fears.
The London market finished the week on a high today as most EU countries agreed to explore plans for a closer union to get to grips with the region’s debt crisis.
A gloomy forecast from the Bank of England compounded fears over the future of the eurozone and further knocked the confidence of investors today.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average has risen by 0.3%, although it was held back by the worries over Italy.
UK investors lost confidence in the prospect of a speedy resolution to the eurozone debt crisis today, causing London's leading share index to drop into the red.
London’s leading shares index fell into the red today after a report from the International Monetary Fund (IMF) warned that time was running out to tackle threats to the economic recovery.
The London market continued its nervous rally today after sentiment was boosted by better-than-expected economic data from the US.
London’s blue chips recovered more ground as markets across Europe ended a volatile week on a rising note.
London’s FTSE 100 Index made more gains on hopes this week may have seen the start of a solution to the eurozone’s debt worries.
BSkyB’s on-off takeover saga and renewed fears over the spread of Europe’s debt crisis led to a dramatic session in the City today.
London’s blue chip market broke through the 6,000 mark for the first time in more than a month today as its run of gains continued despite falls in the banking sector.
The London market ended slightly higher as lower oil prices hit the energy sector and overshadowed a strong session for UK insurers.
The London market struggled to make gains today despite a rally among banking stocks, as the eurozone debt crisis continued to worry investors.
The London market sunk deeper into the red today after further falls in commodity prices hit traders' confidence.
The London market continued its grim week today after worse than expected results from Lloyds Banking Group sparked losses for financial stocks.
The FTSE 100 Index slipped further below the 6000 mark today as heavily-weighted banking stocks suffered from renewed European debt concerns.
Aggreko led the FTSE 100 Index further above the 6000 level today after it was lifted by a deal to supply power to the firm that ran the crippled Fukushima power plant.
The FTSE 100 Index surged ahead for the third session in a row today as a multi-billion dollar telecoms deal offset concerns over military strikes in Libya and the ongoing nuclear crisis in Japan.
World markets took another step in their recovery today after a multi-billion dollar deal in the telecoms sector boosted confidence.
The banking sector dragged on the London market today after HSBC posted annual results which fell below market expectations.
The FTSE 100 Index pushed to a fresh two-and-a-half-year high today after the banking sector shrugged off British government plans to increase the rate of its new levy.
Travel firms slumped into the red today as fears over political unrest in Egypt hit blue chip stocks.
London’s FTSE 100 Index sunk into the red today as political unrest in Egypt hit sentiment and sent travel stocks lower.
Mining and banking stocks pulled the FTSE 100 Index into the red today despite strong gains for microchip designer ARM and Marks & Spencer.
Uncertainty over the progress of Ireland's debt rescue and China's efforts to control inflation combined to unsettle world markets today.
The London market fell into the red today in the face of deepening concerns over a European debt crisis, with the banking sector bearing the brunt of the pressure.
The FTSE 100 Index just managed to keep its head above water today after spending much of the session in the red following mixed economic data from the US and concerns over European debt.
The FTSE 100 Index was dragged lower by commodity stocks today as results from blue-chip miner Eurasian Natural Resources fuelled fears over the recovery.
London's FTSE 100 Index slumped more than 1% today after US figures showed weaker-than-expected growth in the second quarter.
London’s blue chip share index closed deep in the red for a third straight session today after disappointing bank earnings on Wall Street sparked a late sell-off.
Fresh concerns over the fragility of America’s recovery weighed on stocks today as the FTSE 100 Index suffered a second session in the red.
Stocks soared on both sides of the Atlantic today in a welcome rally spurred on by a strong start to the second-quarter earnings season.
The FTSE 100 Index advanced almost 2% today as the International Monetary Fund’s upgrade of global growth prospects boosted sentiment.
Market heavyweights AstraZeneca and embattled BP made steady gains today, but weak US jobs data limited the recovery on the wider FTSE 100 Index.
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