Tesco declines on earnings quality fears

Wider market follows oil higher, lifting the FTSE 100

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Imperial rebounds on easing sales fears

Miners led wider market lower, pulling the FTSE 100 down 0.8%

Sainsbury climbs on Argos deal optimism

Downbeat day for US corporate earnings weighs on UK stocks

Saga hit as parent prepares to sell stake

FTSE 100 dips 0.5% on pullback for the wider market

Paddy Power Betfair slips on merger flak

UK stocks reverse losses in tandem with oil prices

Ashtead slides on fleet valuation doubts

HSBC says investors have misread the figures

UK builders retreat on overheating fears

Double-digit inflation is bad news for the sector, argues Shore

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Developers down amid takeover weakness

Miners fall, while J Sainsbury rises on Argos deal

Regus climbs on expansion optimism

Mixed wider market leaves the FTSE 100 barely changed

UK bookmakers hit by fear of higher taxes

Wednesday’s Budget seen imposing higher levy

Marks and Spencer hit by guidance worries

Wider market rebound lifts the FTSE 100 by 1.7 per cent

Mitie tumbles amid profit warning fears

UK stocks pare losses on a continued rally for mining shares

HSBC slips on fears of dividend decline

Bank closes 1.6 per cent lower in a flat London market

Inmarsat falls amid competition worries

Reversal for oil prices pulls UK stock market lower

Small-cap Week, February 20

TT Electronics; Tribal Group; Hornby; Connect Group; UK Oil & Gas; Alba Mineral Resources

M&S hit by ‘terminal decline’ critique

FTSE declines but still has biggest weekly gain since October

Tullow slips after setback in Ghana field

London market ends a four-day winning streak

Merlin’s upward ride as FTSE extends gains

Alton Towers owner poaches Dechra Pharmaceuticals executive

Small-cap Week, February 13

Cambian, Motive Television, 88 Energy and Cyan in the news

BT Group left behind in FTSE 100 rebound

Commodity stocks lead rally as oil and metals prices surge

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