Name Price Chg.% Chg.
FTSE 100 7,373.72 0.41% 30.30
FTSE 250 18,978.65 0.13% 25.31
FTSE All-Share 4,011.80 0.37% 14.61
FTSE Small Cap 5,405.73 0.35% 18.85
techMARK 100 4,463.47 0.01% 0.46
FTSE AIM 50 5,118.97 0.80% 40.50
Bats UK 100 12,481.14 0.35% 43.47
Name Price Chg.% Chg.
Bats UK 100 12,481.14 0.35% 43.47
Bats UK 250 17,226.77 0.06% 10.71
Bats UK 350 13,070.74 0.30% 39.51
Bats FR 40 14,080.95 0.31% 43.40
Bats DE 30 14,486.41 0.41% 59.75
Bats IT 40 10,123.46 -0.08% -8.08
Bats CH 20 13,315.78 0.75% 98.72
Name Price Chg.% Chg.
CAC 40 5,069.04 0.45% 22.84
Xetra DAX 12,203.00 0.44% 53.58
IBEX 35 10,367.60 -0.21% -21.40
FTSE MIB Index 20,276.80 -0.26% -53.62
Euro Stoxx 50 3,475.27 0.29% 10.20
SMI 8,661.53 0.75% 64.51
PSI 20 4,888.17 0.77% 37.52
BEL 20 3,787.54 0.50% 18.69
AEX 513.58 0.28% 1.43
Name Price Chg.% Chg.
S&P 500 2,361.13 0.11% 2.56
Dow Jones I.A. 20,659.32 -0.20% -42.18
Nasdaq 100 5,430.27 0.43% 23.06
TSX Composite 15,657.63 0.38% 59.06
Name Price Chg.% Chg.
Hang Seng 24,310.59 -0.33% -81.46
Nikkei 225 19,063.22 -0.80% -154.26
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ConvaTec expands insulin manufacturing partnership with Medtronic

Medical technology company ConvaTec has expanded its insulin pump manufacturing partnership with Irish medical device company Medtronic to meet growing demand.

London Stock Exchange AIM LSE shares

London pre-open: Stocks seen little changed as investors mull Brexit implications

Michele Maatouk9 minutes ago

London stocks were set for a broadly flat open on Thursday as investors assessed the implications of Prime Minister Theresa May’s triggering of Article 50 a day before, kicking off divorce proceedings with the European Union.

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Imperial Brands in-line to hit first-half targets

Tobacco company Imperial Brands said it remained on target to hit first-half targets, with both revenues and earnings set to be up strongly at the reported level thanks to the weak pound.

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Thursday newspaper round-up: Lloyd's of London, Heathrow, gig economy

Michele Maatouk16 minutes ago

Lloyd’s of London will announce on Thursday that it has picked Brussels as the base for its new EU subsidiary to secure a European foothold after the UK’s departure from the EU. The announcement by the world’s biggest insurance market will be made alongside its annual results, a day after Theresa May triggered article 50 to kickstart the process of leaving the EU.