After a turbulent day, the FTSE has made marginal losses, down 7.30 points (0.13%) to 5534.50.
ITV leads today, rising 6.30% or 3 to 50.6p while fellow TV stock, British Sky Broadcasting Group also makes the top five, up 11 or 2.24% to 502.5p.
British Land Co has increased its share price by 4.22% or 32 to finish at 791p. Intercontinental Hotel and Drax also had a positive day.
However, mining company Eurasian tumbles 9.39% or 99.50 to 960.5p while Kazakhmys falls 5.51% to 1166p, with Petrofac close behind, down 5.25% to 550p.
Standard Chartered and the London Stock Exchange also made today’s biggest losers list.
Looking stateside, Wallstreet has started badly as prices plummeted but are now picking up. The Dow Jones is currently down 62.45 points (0.53%) to 11719.90.
Financial stocks are feeling the heat once again. JP Morgan has lost the most so far, down 2.61 or 6.23% to $39.28. Citigroup slides 3.68% to $19.09 while Bank of America sheds 3.15% to $32.33.
Amer Intl Group and McDonalds have also seen prices tumble.
On a brighter note, Gen motors is leading a mixed bag, with a 5.76% or 0.62 increase to $11.38.
Wal Mart is up 1.59% to $59.49 and Microsoft Corporation follows rising 1.40% to $28.30.
Caterpillar and Procter and Gamble are also making marginal gains.IFAonline
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