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FTSE 100 interday chart FTSE 250 interday chart FTSE All Share interday chart
FTSE 100 6,731.14 price-positive +0.02%
FTSE 250 15,831.55 price-positive +0.77%
FTSE All Share 3,595.91 price-positive +0.14%
Dow Jones 17,814.94 price-negative -0.02%
NASDAQ 4,758.25 price-positive +0.07%
Xetra DAX 9,861.21 price-positive +0.77%
Paris CAC 40 4,382.31 price-positive +0.32%
Nikkei 225 17,341.55 price-negative -0.38%
Hang Seng 23,843.91 price-negative -0.21%

Hang Seng disclaimer l Prices delayed by at least 15 minutes

FTSE 100

Risers | Fallers | Volume

Sky plc 918.00 Riser +2.57%
Royal Bank of Scotland Group plc 387.10 Riser +2.16%
ITV plc 209.20 Riser +2.05%
Reed Elsevier Plc 1095.00 Riser +1.96%
Associated British Foods plc 3109.00 Riser +1.83%

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Sainsbury (J) plc 241.40 Faller -4.32%
Kingfisher 291.30 Faller -4.11%
Morrison (Wm) Supermarkets 181.10 Faller -3.16%
Tesco plc 188.15 Faller -2.71%
Babcock International Group 1152.00 Faller -2.62%

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Articles on the economy and stock markets

Global economic outlook - should we be worried?

Global economic outlook - should we be worried?

20 November 2014
Senior Economist Ben Brettell looks at recent developments in the global economy and the potential impact on the UK.


Inflation accelerates slightly, but falls expected in the coming months

Inflation accelerates slightly, but falls expected in the coming months

19 November 2014
Ben Brettell, Senior Economist, looks at the outlook for inflation and what it means for interest rates.


This week in ETFs: Japan in recession; Chinese market opens to overseas investors

This week in ETFs: Japan in recession; Chinese market opens to overseas investors

17 November 2014
Adam Laird looks at news affecting ETF investors last week, including a surprise contraction in the Japanese economy and the liberalisation of the Chinese stock market.