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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.
London based investment manager warns of further falls in U.K dividends.
Brent crude surges breaks $50 a barrel.
Luxury goods makers LVMH and Kering, and retailers Marks & Spencer and Sainsbury rise.
Changeable weather puts consumers off buying new clothes and shoes.
Bloodletting renews in Europe on concerns over Italian banks, economic growth and UK property market
The sales growth marks the second consecutive quarterly rise for the food retailer.
The shocking murder of a pro-E.U. lawmaker is seen as making a U.K. vote to leave the bloc less likely.
Walmart’s senior management shuffle puts into focus the competitive landscape of the U.K.’s grocery store market
The German carrier announces the surprise departure of its CFO.
Shell continues to rise, while grocer Sainsbury flip-flops after quarterly sales data.
Walmart isn't happy with how it's doing in the United Kingdom.
FTSE was propped up by mining stocks as benchmarks on the continent sank
European indices bounce following after a morning in the doldrums in the wake of mildly disappointing GDP data.
Grocery chain did not win over investors after full year results.
European stocks are mixed on Friday, after Beijing sought to calm jittery investors by suspending a circuit breaker system that halted trading twice this week.
European stocks slump, as the FTSE 100 index dips 4.7% for the year. The CAC 40 and DAX are in the black for the year, but fall at year-end.
Continued uncertainty over Greek debt and some sour notes from Asia overnight helped keep European markets off balance Friday.
European markets performed a backflip on Wednesday, opening at new highs and then plummeting over domestic worries and a continued fear of a Greek exit from the eurozone.
European markets scale back some of the prior sessions gains Friday morning through profit-taking.
European stocks on Thursday build on Wednesday's gains amid expectations of more European Central Bank action to combat deflation.
European stocks are mixed on Friday, with major indices paring or ceding initial gains, though shares in put-upon sectors including oil and commodities rose.