Name Price Chg.% Chg.
CAC 40 5,013.85 -0.07% -3.58
Xetra DAX 12,056.24 0.50% 60.17
IBEX 35 10,323.30 0.20% 20.40
FTSE MIB Index 20,154.37 0.15% 30.18
Euro Stoxx 50 3,440.42 0.10% 3.28
SMI 8,594.54 -0.22% -19.10
PSI 20 4,832.66 2.38% 112.33
BEL 20 3,745.00 0.15% 5.46
AEX 509.22 -0.02% -0.10

London midday: Stocks flat as focus shifts to Brexit

London stocks gave up their earlier gains to remain flat by midday on Tuesday as investors sifted through corporate news and shifted their attention to Brexit a day before Prime Minister Theresa May triggers Article 50 to kick off formal divorce proceedings with the European Union.


Europe midday: Stocks slightly higher as Trump concerns subside

European stocks crawled slightly higher by noon on Tuesday, recovering from lows in the previous session amid little major local data as concerns subsided about US president Donald Trump ability to push through his fiscal policies.

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Moss Bros profit, revenue rise despite tough conditions

Moss Bros reported a rise in full-year profit as revenue grew and the menswear retailer lifted its dividend despite "tough" market conditions.

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Aviva said to eye sale of Friends Provident

Insurer Aviva is reportedly looking to sell Friends Provident International in a deal that could fetch up to $750m.

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Tesco fined £129m by SFO; shareholders rebel against Booker deal

Tesco was in focus on Tuesday as it agreed to pay a £129m fine to the Serious Fraud Office and following a report that two of its largest shareholders were advising against its deal with Booker.