|Day Low/High||17.13 / 17.37|
|52 Wk Low/High||15.34 / 24.26|
Global stocks were mixed in early Tuesday trading as investors await the first of two appearances on Capitol Hill this week by new Fed chairman Jerome Powell.
British consumer facing stocks have been the worst hit in the year since the Brexit vote, as retail sales falter in the face of the impending divorce.
European stocks drifted lower Wednesday as investors trim bets in the region amid multi-year highs after President Donald Trump fired his FBI Director James Comey.
The Federal Reserve is set to begin a two-day meeting
Markets were buoyant throughout much of the session but turned sharply lower after terror struck the subway system in St Petersburg
Jimmy Choo shares surge as first-half revenue jumps, Entertainment One plunges.
The target said the $1.4 billion offer was too low.
Luxury goods makers LVMH and Kering, and retailers Marks & Spencer and Sainsbury rise.
The FTSE 100 is the only European market to end the day in positive territory.
The target says the $1.3 billion offer is too low, while its suitor gives no indication on whether it plans a sweetener.
Futures recover from Asia session, now pointing to a modest positive open.
Bank of England defies market expectations and keeps rate at 0.5%
Revised European Commission data point to static consumer prices in March, an improvement on an initial estimate and on the 0.2% price decline posted in February.
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