The UK Financial Times Stock Exchange 100 is an index of share prices of the largest 100 companies listed on the London Stock Exchange (LSE) by market capitalisation. The index was launched on January 3, 1984 at a base value of 1000, and the index level is calculated in real-time.
UK inflation levels are on the way down, but concerns remain.
Competition between the English and the French dates back centuries, but it seems the UK has to concede on this round as its stock market loses a big status symbol.
The world is in a state of deep sadness over the death of Queen Elizabeth II, who passed away peacefully yesterday at the grand old age of 96.
Economic news is coming at us from all sides while global inflation continues to climb, and the Bank of England seems to be on the “go big or go home” team.
Last week took many global stocks to milestone lows – but, the FTSE has a good day while the US celebrated Juneteenth on Monday, and it looks like the love is spreading.
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