The FTSE 100 fell 50 points, or just under 0.9%, in early trading on Tuesday as investors got their first opportunity to act on a disappointing US jobs report on Friday.
The UK's leading share index was 49.6 points, or 0.87%, lower at 10.20am, following the US non-farm payrolls data that failed to meet expectations. Figures from the US Bureau of Labor Statistics released...
GDP fell by 20.4% in three months to June
Architas' Sweeney's: Too early to call a recovery with geopolitical woes and oil price swings on horizon
Markets jumped considerably over the last quarter, mainly due to the pace and scale of the unprecedented stimulus measures delivered around the world. But the outlook for recovery remains on shakey ground according to Architas fund manager Nathan Sweeney
UK faces 'difficult winter'
Policy response depends on 'severity' of new restrictions
Liquidation fees have risen to over £15m
The Great British Sustainable Savers Census 2020
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David Montgomery named MD