^FTSE - 英國FTSE100指數

FTSE Index - FTSE Index 延遲價格。貨幣為 GBP。
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今日波幅7,490.02 - 7,614.89
52 週波幅6,707.60 - 8,047.10
  • Financial Times

    Wall Street stocks fall as debt ceiling bill faces first test in Congress

    US stocks fell on Wednesday as the country’s debt ceiling bill was due to face its first test in Congress, and investors adjusted bets on the Federal Reserve again raising interest rates in light of strong labour market data and comments from policymakers. Wall Street’s benchmark S&P 500 and the tech-heavy Nasdaq Composite each closed 0.6 per cent lower. The moves came after official data once again highlighted the resilience of the US labour market, with the number of job vacancies unexpectedly rising in April.

  • Financial Times

    CBI to recruit new president as part of governance overhaul

    Consultants say blanket portrayals of ‘toxic’ culture at scandal-hit UK business lobby group ‘not accurate’

  • Financial Times

    Prudential’s chief financial officer resigns after conduct probe

    Prudential’s chief financial officer James Turner has resigned in the wake of an investigation into his conduct “relating to a recent recruitment situation”, the FTSE 100 insurer said on Wednesday. Hong Kong-based Turner, who has held the role for just over a year, will be replaced by Ben Bulmer, chief financial officer of Prudential’s insurance and asset management business, but will remain “available” to the company for four months. Prudential “sets itself high standards and Mr Turner fell short on this occasion”, the company said, without giving details of the recruitment situation.

  • Financial Times

    US stocks hit 9-month high on solid data and debt ceiling hopes

    US stocks hit a nine-month high on Friday, propelled by solid economic data and growing investor optimism that a deal on the US debt ceiling will land in the coming days. The S&P 500 closed 1.3 per cent higher, its highest level since mid-August, in a relatively broad rally in which investors scooped up stocks more sensitive to economic growth prospects and spurning traditionally defensive sectors such as utilities, healthcare and consumer staples. The benchmark index added 0.3 per cent in the week, notching its second straight week of gains.

  • Financial Times

    US debt ceiling fears knock stock and bond markets

    US stocks slid and short-term Treasury yields held near two-decade highs on Wednesday, as investors fretted over the looming debt-ceiling deadline while policymakers struggled to reach an agreement. Wall Street’s benchmark S&P 500 closed 0.7 per cent lower, with all sectors in the red except energy. The tech-heavy Nasdaq Composite fell 0.6 per cent.

  • Financial Times

    Aviva’s private health cover sales jump 25% as NHS struggles with backlog

    UK insurer Aviva reported a jump in sales of its private medical cover on Wednesday, as new data also showed patients have turned to private healthcare in record numbers while the NHS struggles with waiting times. In a trading update, the FTSE 100 insurance company said its private healthcare sales rose 25 per cent to £33mn in the first quarter of the year as the NHS backlog encouraged more people to go private. “Whilst the NHS does a great job for millions of people, there are people who would like to accelerate their treatment, or give themselves that confidence that should something happen to them, they want to have that accelerated treatment,” Aviva’s chief executive Amanda Blanc told the Financial Times.

  • Financial Times

    SSE increases multibillion-pound investment drive in clean energy

    UK power group SSE announced plans to increase its multibillion-pound investment drive in clean energy projects and networks as it unveiled a near-90 per cent rise in full-year profits. SSE, one of Britain’s largest renewable energy operators, now plans to invest £18bn by 2027 and potentially as much as £40bn over the decade as profits climbed to £2.2bn, helped by higher electricity and gas prices. The FTSE 100 energy company’s investment injection is about 40-50 per cent higher than under previous plans outlined last year.

  • Financial Times

    US stocks stumble as debt ceiling talks hang over markets

    US stocks fell on Tuesday as policymakers in Washington struggled to lock in a debt ceiling deal, with less than two weeks left until the government is due to default. Losses accelerated on Wall Street in the afternoon, as the blue-chip S&P 500 closed 1.1 per cent lower, pulled down by technology stocks. The tech-heavy Nasdaq Composite lost 1.3 per cent. In contrast, the KBW regional banking index advanced 0.9 per cent.

  • Insider Monkey

    11 High Growth UK Stocks to Buy

    In this piece, we will take a look at 11 high growth U.K. stocks to buy. For more stocks, head on over to 5 High Growth U.K. Stocks to Buy. The United Kingdom, like the rest of the world, is facing the negative effects of the Russian invasion of Ukraine and rising inflation. The invasion […]

  • infocast

    US stocks close higher, with DJIA up 0.11%

    US stocks reversed early morning losses and climbed to end higher on Wednesday after a hotter-than-expected retail sales report suggested to investors that interest rates might stay higher for longer. The DJIA rose 38.78 points or 0.11%, to 34,128.05.The S&P 500 rose 11.47 points or 0.28%, to 4,147.60.The Nasdaq Composite rose 110.45 points or 0.92%, to 12,070.59.Stocks rose in the three major European markets.The FTSE 100 rose 43.98 points or 0.55%, to 7,997.83. The German DAX rose 125.78 point

  • Fortune

    Bosses at Britain’s biggest companies have already been paid an average worker’s annual salary—and they did it even faster than in 2022

    CEOs at the U.K.’s biggest firms earned the average Brit’s salary nine hours earlier in 2023 than they did a year ago.

  • Fortune

    CFOs brace for a long and deep recession—in the U.K.

    Finance chiefs view bank borrowing and debt issuance as the least attractive it has been since the financial crisis.

  • Insider Monkey

    10 Best Undervalued UK Stocks to Buy Now

    In this article, we discuss the 10 best undervalued UK stocks to buy now. If you want to read about some more undervalued UK stocks, go directly to 5 Best Undervalued UK Stocks to Buy Now. The United Kingdom economy has been in turmoil as a result of the separation from the European Union, political […]

  • Insider Monkey

    10 Biggest Energy Companies in the UK

    In this article, we will take a look at 10 of the biggest energy companies in the UK. If you want to see more of the biggest energy companies in the UK, go directly to 5 Biggest Energy Companies in the UK. The United Kingdom or UK has one of the largest economies in the […]

  • Insider Monkey

    10 European Stocks to Sell Before Recession Starts

    In this article, we discuss 10 European stocks to sell before the recession starts. If you want to skip our discussion on the economic situation in Europe, go directly to 5 European Stocks to Sell Before Recession Starts. According to the chief economist of Nomura Holdings, a majority of the world’s top economies will enter […]

  • Reuters

    UK markets shrug at Johnson political drama, brace for more

    British markets braced on Wednesday for more political drama, as Prime Minister Boris Johnson was rocked by further ministerial resignations and calls for him to go, although traders were reluctant to take new positions given the uncertainty. There was no let up on Wednesday with more resignations pilling on the pressure.

  • Reuters

    European stocks bounce off lowest in more than a year after Powell remarks

    (Reuters) -European stocks bounced off session lows on Wednesday after Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell said the U.S. central bank is "strongly committed" to bringing down inflation. Wall Street erased losses to turn positive after the remarks at a hearing before the U.S. Senate Banking Committee, while the pan-European STOXX 600 closed down 0.7%, after having fallen 1.8% to its lowest since January 2021. Equity markets took a beating last week as recession fears heightened after the Fed raised its key interest rate by three-quarters of a percentage point, and signalled more.

  • Reuters

    Growth woes after Swiss, UK rate hikes drag European shares to 16-month lows

    European stocks tumbled to their lowest levels in 16 months on Thursday after policy tightening in Britain and Switzerland fuelled fresh worries about the impact of inflation on the global economy. Already under pressure at the open after the U.S. Federal Reserve's big interest rate hike on Wednesday, the benchmark STOXX 600 fell further after the SNB's unexpected rate hike. "There is very little to be cheerful about," said Giuseppe Sersale, strategist at Anthilia in Milan, adding that with the Swiss central bank's surprise rate hike, investors are clearly worried about more tightening elsewhere.

  • Reuters

    Growth concerns weigh on European shares; retail stocks fall

    (Reuters) -European shares fell on Tuesday as investors worried about the squeeze to economic growth from aggressive monetary policy tightening by central banks in a bid to tame rising inflation, while retail stocks declined after U.S. retailer Target's gloomy warning. The pan-European STOXX 600 index fell 0.3%, with the retail stocks index down 0.9% after Target slashed its quarterly margin forecast for the second time in less than a month. "Retail stocks have taken an absolute battering since the start of the year and I can't imagine there's going to be any respite for them in the foreseeable future," said AJ Bell financial analyst Danni Hewson.

  • Reuters

    Banks, commodity stocks lift European shares as markets await ECB meet

    (Reuters) -European shares rose on Monday, helped by banks and commodity-linked stocks, as investors kept an eye out for U.S. inflation data and details from a European Central Bank meeting later this week. The pan-European STOXX 600 index rose 0.9%, after posting a loss of nearly 1% last week on concerns about economic growth amid rising prices and bets of monetary policy tightening by major central banks. Banks, which typically appreciate in a high interest rate environment, rose 1.7%.