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Shares rise more than 10% as investors welcome cost savings guidance and shrug off a pension deficit.
The pound continues to fall as markets await Prime Minister Theresa May's speech later on Wednesday.
Deutsche Bank shares rise after announcement of sale of U.K. business Abbey Life
Low-cost competitor Aldi announces a $390 million U.K. improvement plan.
The German lender hits new lows after reports that the German government will not offer it state aid to help with looming fines.
The Bank of England indicates that a further rate cut might come later in the year.
Supermarket Morrisons surges on unexpected rise in same-store sales despite fierce food price war.
The report joins a body of evidence likely to convince Bank of England rate setters today to hold off on further easing.
Europe's manufacturing sector shrugs off Brexit vote.
U.K. supermarket sales edge up 0.3% thanks to sunshine.
Brent crude surges breaks $50 a barrel.
Luxury goods makers LVMH and Kering, and retailers Marks & Spencer and Sainsbury rise.
Markit Economics figures show the epicenter of Brexit is hit hardest by last month's surprise vote.
Banks plunge, with U.K. home builders, automakers, and food retailers also posting steep declines.
A falling pound could help luxury goods and technology exports, according to analysts following 'Brexit' implications. But builders and retailers may suffer.
Banks plunge, with U.K. home builders and food retailers also posting steep declines.
Sales rose 6% on the year after increasing across all categories except clothing and footwear.
Walmart’s senior management shuffle puts into focus the competitive landscape of the U.K.’s grocery store market
Markets slip across Europe as investors are gripped by uncertainty over 'Brexit' and low bond yields.
FTSE was propped up by mining stocks as benchmarks on the continent sank
Mining shares drag down the London benchmark while Frankfurt and Paris edge higher.
Grocery chain did not win over investors after full year results.
A 5%-plus fall in oil prices drags down global stock benchmarks as well as BP, Shell, Total and other producers.
European markets seem to have caught a second-quarter cold, shrugging off a better-than-expected purchasing managers index result from China to focus instead on poor figures from Japan.
European stocks fall Tuesday after the Bank of Japan disappoints investors looking for further monetary stimuli and as Federal Reserve policy makers prepare to begin a two-day meeting.
European stocks follow Asian indices lower on Tuesday as the price of oil declines sharply.