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FTSE 100 unchanged as pound jumps on Brexit hopes

Fri 20th Oct 2017, 11:47pm

Connor Campbell , financial analyst at Spreadex said: “ It’s hard to see exactly what has prompted sterling, previously down 0.3% against the dollar and flat against the euro, to reverse its early decline. “The likeliest reason is faint whiff of ...

Sterling rises against euro after EU greenlights further Brexit talk preparations

Fri 20th Oct 2017, 2:37pm

The pound climbed against the euro on Friday (PA) Connor Campbell, a financial analyst at SpreadEx said: “European Council president Donald Tusk’s confirmation that the EU had green-lit internal discussions regarding the bloc’s trade talks with the ...

Government borrowing undershoots again to provide the Chancellor more wriggle room

Fri 20th Oct 2017, 9:59pm

Spreadex analyst Connor Campbell said this on the pound's recovery this morning: "The likeliest reason is faint whiff of Brexit progress between the UK and EU at the Brussels summit, with Donald Tusk confirming that the latter would begin internal ...

FTSE 100 joins global shares to head lower; retail sales disappoint

Fri 20th Oct 2017, 5:03am

Connor Campbell, financial analyst at Spreadex, summed it up thus: "There remained a general lack of cheer on the markets this Friday, cemented by a negative open in the US." He noted the Dow Jones dropping 90-ish points after the bell, the heightening of ...

London open: Stocks edge higher ahead of unemployment, earnings data

Wed 18th Oct 2017, 11:21pm

Said Spreadex analyst Connor Campbell: "The Bank of England has proven reticent to raise rates with wage growth so stagnant, fearing what a further squeeze on household income would do to the UK's consumer spending-reliant economy. Such earnings index ...

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