Enterprise slides on Barclays downgrade

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

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

Investors Chronicle — February 6 highlights

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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

Global financials extend losses

Slowing economic growth and rising credit losses worry investors

Clydesdale & Yorkshire gains on debut

Chief bullish on Australian investors following demerger

Prudential slumps over prospects for China growth

BP accounts for big part of FTSE 100’s slide after earnings miss

Eurozone IPOs set to outpace US in 2016

Privatisations by indebted eurozone governments seen as boost

Rolls-Royce steady despite contract win

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

Imperial Tobacco climbs to record high

FTSE 100 in biggest daily gain of the year so far

Let’s see more tough love telephony

Keep pressure on BT to improve services rather than split it up

Home Retail falls after Toscafund cuts stake

Volatile oil prices leave travel stocks at the foot of FTSE 100

Rebalancing of economy remains elusive

GDP hits 0.5% in fourth quarter but annual rate drops to 2.2%

Just Eat falls as competition heats up

FTSE 100 climbs as oil groups continue to rebound

Bid speculation lifts TalkTalk

FTSE 100 led higher by mining companies and oil stocks

BT leads FTSE lower on break-up fears

Parliamentary report urges action on infrastructure ‘monopoly’

Sports Direct bounces after upgrade

FTSE 100 closes out first positive week of 2016

Bear territory: Avoid urge to flee

Numerological rules for defining bear market are basically hooey

Dividend doubts dog BHP Billiton

Progressive payout policy looks all the more unsustainable

Upgrade lifts Schroders as FTSE rallies

Oil companies help lift main index as crude prices jump

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