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Spreadex Halves Stake In The People's Operator To 2.8% (ALLISS)

Fri 15th Dec 2017, 3:22am

LONDON (Alliance News) - The People's Operator PLC said Friday Spreadex Ltd had more than halved its stake in the mobile virtual network provider to 2.8% in a transaction on Monday. Spreadex held 4.0 million shares in the company after the transaction ...

FTSE 100 still lower as financial stocks weigh; pound weakened

Fri 15th Dec 2017, 4:17am

Connor Campbell analyst at Spreadex, said: "Time to think it the last thing sterling needs at the moment. "Whenever UK investors have a spare second thoughts tend to turn to the loud tick of the Brexit bomb. And even with the progress seen in the last ...

FTSE 100 ends at high point of the day but just short of 7,500

Sat 16th Dec 2017, 3:00am

“The formal shift from phase 1 to phase 2 of negotiations between the UK and EU only intensified the pound’s Brexit migraine this Friday,” commented Connor Campbell at Spreadex. “What we just went through was meant to be the easy part. Now the UK ...

London open: Stocks flat amid worries over US tax bill passage

Fri 15th Dec 2017, 1:12am

Spreadex analyst Connor Campbell said: "While the fact that it is almost a given at this point might dampen the sterling's enthusiasm, considering its rocky December form the currency shouldn't turn its nose up at any good news, however predictable."

Brexit border issues drag the pound lower again

Wed 6th Dec 2017, 7:19am

The pound had little chance of recovering after yesterday's slide, according to Connor Campbell, financial analyst at Spreadex. Sterling fell against the euro and dollar on Tuesday, after the DUP scuppered a potential step forward with Brexit talks.

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