BT buoyed by easing competition fears

Banks lead fallers as FTSE 100 slips 1.3%

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Investors Chronicle — April 30

Companies analysis from our sister publication

Victrex slips on medical implants woes

Mining and energy stocks lead a rebound from UK session lows

The currency correlations that matter

Yen’s surge contributes to tremors across asset classes from commodities to S&P futures

Tesco declines on earnings quality fears

Wider market follows oil higher, lifting the FTSE 100

Will slowing UK GDP hurt my investments?

What does GDP data mean for my shares and the pound?


AstraZeneca slips on downgrade worries

UK stocks firm, helped by BP outperformance

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Imperial rebounds on easing sales fears

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

Corporate Diary

Apple anticipates first quarterly revenue decline in 13 years

Markets commentary in review

Insight and Smart Money columns in one place

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

Anglo shareholders launch pay rebuke

Cutifani is latest FTSE executive to come under fire

Worldpay eyes pay-as-you-go for UK SMEs

Payments processor seeks to simplify fee structures

Paddy Power Betfair slips on merger flak

UK stocks reverse losses in tandem with oil prices

Regulated utilities enjoy winning streak

Groups have outperformed peers over the past few years

Miners propel FTSE 100 to year peak

Blue-chip benchmark has rebounded nearly 16% from the low of mid-February

Arm Holdings retreats on demand fears

Wider London market keeps pace with oil price rebound

FCA provides few answers with HFT study

UK markets regulators offer few conclusions on high-speed trading

Housing worries take toll DIY retailers

Technology, industrials, financials weigh on FTSE 100


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