The FTSE 100 index is up nearly 12% in 2021 and almost 23% over one year. But what if the stock market crashes in 2022? Should I keep buying shares now?
The Footsie has got off to a subdued start with lots to worry about: rising inflation, an interest rate hike, Covid-19 infection and ...
The FTSE 100 has just soared to its most expensive since February 2019. Here are three top-quality blue chips I think remain ...
On another day of volatility, the Footsie surged 199.9 points to 3486.9 after putting back all yesterday's losses - and adding 30 points on top of that. The rise of 6% was driven by a resilient ...
Fresh off what was easily the best week in his campaign for governor, Republican nominee Glenn Youngkin decided it was an excellent time to renew playing footsie with the Big Lie again. Axios has the ...
The news came as fears of a looming conflict in Iraq deterred investors from the market. The Footsie closed down 55.6 points at 3436, its fifth day of consecutive falls. The losses mean the FTSE ...
Every quarter, two or three under-performing constituents drop out of the FTSE 100 index and are replaced. As in the Premier League, it seems that most of those who exit soon return, and most of ...
Top Footsie riser was Just Eat, which gained 7.56% to 7,055p The Footsie continued trimming its gains ahead of close and was up 32 points to 7,152. Britain’s shortages crisis has now reached the ...
Ol' Footsie's dwindling reputation has inspired an article in the august organ that is the Economist, with this weekend's issue lamenting how the power and influence of the London Stock Exchange's ...
Demanding? Somewhat Trump-esque? FTSE when playing footsie? I don’t think so. Neither does my wife. I’m not even sure I’ve ever played footsie. Then you’re not guilty of this trend.
Footballer Gurpreet Singh Sandhu comes across as a very competent person in our interview. “How are you so sorted?” I demand over my Zoom call with the goalkeeping star. There’s a pause ...
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The FTSE 100 climbed today, with housebuilders, oil majors and financial stocks leading the charge. The leading UK stock market index closed up 0.56 per cent, or 39.23 points, at 7068.43 ...
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