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28,801.27+242.68 (+0.85%)
At close: 4:08PM HKT
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Previous close28,558.59
Open28,586.04
Volume0
Day's range28,532.08 - 28,830.85
52-week range23,124.25 - 31,183.36
Avg. volume2,228,190,257
  • FTSE slumps almost 2% as UK retail sales disappoint
    Yahoo Finance UK

    FTSE slumps almost 2% as UK retail sales disappoint

    Retail sales volumes in Britain declined by 1.4% between April and May, new figures showed, as the reopening of hospitality venues hit spending at food shops.

  • Fed update weighs down Wall Street, adds fuel to the dollar
    Reuters

    Fed update weighs down Wall Street, adds fuel to the dollar

    WASHINGTON (Reuters) -All three main indices on Wall Street dropped Friday with investors wary of a more hawkish stance from the U.S. Federal Reserve, while the dollar posted the strongest gains in over a year and oil prices continued a steady climb. After starting the week near record highs, U.S. stocks have steadily dropped since Fed officials projected Wednesday that interest rates may rise sooner than previously expected. Stocks were trending downward after the Wednesday policy update from the Fed, but that decline became sharper after Friday morning comments from St. Louis Fed President James Bullard, who said he thought the Fed could raise rates as soon as next year.

  • Global Markets: Fed update weighs down Wall Street, adds fuel to the dollar
    Reuters

    Global Markets: Fed update weighs down Wall Street, adds fuel to the dollar

    All three main indices on Wall Street dropped Friday with investors wary of a more hawkish stance from the U.S. Federal Reserve, while the dollar posted the strongest gains in over a year and oil prices continued a steady climb. After starting the week near record highs, U.S. stocks have steadily dropped since Fed officials projected Wednesday that interest rates may rise sooner than previously expected. Stocks were trending downward after the Wednesday policy update from the Fed, but that decline became sharper after Friday morning comments from St. Louis Fed President James Bullard, who said he thought the Fed could raise rates as soon as next year.