ITV tumbles as FTSE nears three-year low

Gold miners are the only stocks to dodge the rout

Small-cap Week, February 6

Lakehouse, Premier Oil, Plethora Solutions, InternetQ, and On the Beach in the news

Lunchtime drinkers in the White Swan in Farringdon Street, London, today, Friday April 12 2002 are served by landlady Jackie Clarke. It was announced that Enterprise Inns PLC the UK's biggest pub landlord has agreed to buy 1,860 outlets from Laurel Pub Holdings Ltd. for $1.26 billion. Picture: Stuart Clarke/Bloomberg News

Enterprise slides on Barclays downgrade

FTSE 100 falls lower taking loss for the week to 3.9%

Mining stocks lead the FTSE bounce

Dollar squeeze boosts sector’s biggest rebound since 2009

Rolls-Royce slips on profit warning fears

FTSE 100 turns lower for third day with banks leading the losses

Rolls-Royce steady despite contract win

FTSE 100 dips 0.3% in mixed market; Home Retail up almost 12%

Small-cap Week, January 30

Avon Rubber, Purplebricks, Park Group and Blur Group in the news

Imperial Tobacco climbs to record high

FTSE 100 in biggest daily gain of the year so far

Small-cap Week, January 23

Ferrexpo, ScS, Quantum Pharma, and Johnston Press in the news

BP outperforms market on broker upgrade

FTSE 100 slips to its lowest close in more than 3 years

Small-cap Week, January 16

Mears, Rockhopper, Optibiotix and KBC Advanced Tech in the news

Wood Group gains on Canadian takeover talk

Wider market rally for UK stocks extends into a second day

BHP hits 10-year low amid dividend fears

Oil and mining shares miss out on a wider UK stocks rally

Sage advances on acquisition trail talk

Drug stocks weigh on wider market for UK stocks

Small-cap Week, January 9

Majestic Wine, Johnson Service Group, Corero and APC in the news

Insurers slide amid FTSE opening day dive

Mining stocks lead UK stocks lower after big Chinese sell-off

Inmarsat hits orbit close to record high

Stronger dollar sets tone for wider market, lifting the FTSE 100

StanChart jumps after ‘undervalued’ call

Thinly traded wider market squeezes the FTSE 100 higher

Anglo hits record low as FTSE 100 rebounds

Miner now smaller by market cap than Rightmove and Auto Trader

Auto Trader speeds ahead as FTSE slips

Benchmark for UK stocks hits a three-year low

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