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|Day's range||3.15 - 3.15|
|52-week range||3.15 - 3.50|
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Britain's blue-chip FTSE 100 index closed lower on Thursday, depressed by Barclays stock after the bank reported earnings, by mining sector shares and those trading ex-dividend. Barclays, the third major ...
Britain's blue-chip index edged up on Thursday as strong showings from Barclays, Intu (Swiss: OXIGTU.SW - news) and RSA outweighed losses through companies going ex-dividend. Barclays was the third listed British lender to report earnings this week, surprising investors and analysts with an increase in its core capital ratio, a measure of financial security.
** Shopping centre operator Intu Properties rises 6.8 pct, its best day in over 6 years ** EPS of 15p ahead of consensus of 14.7p ** Hikes dividend for the first time in 5 years ** Peel Hunt upgrades to ...
The FTSE 100 fell 0.2 percent to 6,973.00 by 0930 GMT. In focus on Friday was RBS after it reported earnings. It fell after a strong start to the session, and was down 2.1 percent, the top FTSE 100 faller.
Oct (Shenzhen: 000069.SZ - news) 25 (Reuters) - Intu Properties (Other OTC: CCRGF - news) has agreed to sell its stake in a London mall for a slightly higher price than its value before Britain's vote to leave the European Union, and it said long-term lease demand by international retailers remained strong. Britain's 900 billion pound ($1.1 trillion) commercial property market was one of the biggest victims of the turmoil that followed the June referendum, and at one point more than 18 billion pounds worth of commercial property funds were suspended. Commercial property deal activity has since picked up as a steep drop in sterling has encouraged overseas buyers and investors.