Doorstep lender sinks on Mexico worries

UK stocks slip back further from one-year high

The Brexit reckoning: UK plc reports

Company performance diverges after Britain votes to leave the EU

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Just Eat soars to high on outlook boost

Takeaway service lifts profit forecast on hike in orders

Jonathan McHugh illustration on Brexit
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FTSE 250 nears pre-Brexit level

Domestically-focused UK index makes up losses suffered since vote

Brewin Dolphin powers gains for UK stocks

Wealth managers in focus as shares recover losses

Provident Financial leads FTSE 100 rebound

Virgin Money one of the biggest risers on the FTSE 250

3i jumps as Barclays raises price target

Energy companies among the biggest fallers as the FTSE retreats

UK-exposed stocks sink on slowdown fears

But FTSE reaches highest in almost a year on overseas-oriented equities

What we know one month after Brexit

Divergence between gloomy surveys and stable data

Bargain Booze and a Co-op in Archway, North London.

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Anglo American bounces on buyout talk

UK stocks break four-day rally, dragged lower by airlines

What Brexit means for your money

Our experts answer readers’ top questions

Admiral up on possible brand extension

Russian gold miner Polymetal falls along with Rio and Anglo

Coca-Cola HBC up on acquisition potential

Antofagasta down on sideways copper price expectations

Wall St dips from record as rally fades

Government bond yields nudge lower

Asian outbound deals hit record $201.4bn

China leads way and Japanese tech group helps push up total

Sophos, Sage and UK tech up on M&A hope

Miners among the biggest fallers in London

Brexit set to deliver dividend windfall

Sterling’s fall to lift value of payouts in dollars and euros

A new age of alpha beckons beyond Brexit

David Oakley says active managers can fight back

Ashmore gains after Goldman upgrade

Miners and travel decline as the FTSE 100 index ends week with a 1.2% rise

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