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Rio Tinto, bullish for 2020?
Rio Tinto, along with the FTSE350 mining index as a whole, has had a roller coaster year.
Anglo shares poised to keep outpacing FTSE rivals
Measured iron ore exposure and modest valuation are key
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Market Brief: The latest Kudlow bounce
Stocks are buying the White House’s latest blast of trade optimism, though bond markets are reserving judgement
US tech antitrust investigation weighs on markets
The US government struck a blow to the ever rising shares of the major US tech companies after it said that it was investigating Google parent Alphabet, Amazon, Apple and Facebook for anticompetitive practices. Much of the rally on US indices has been fueled by the FANG stocks and a prolonged legal affair could erode some of that.
Chinese data boosts European trading
European gauges are being helped this morning by a surprise increase in Chinese manufacturing in March which returned to growth after four months of contraction.
FTSE lower amid slew of results
There has been a flurry of earnings and company news this morning but their mixed nature turned out to be overall negative for the FTSE.
Mining services companies
The Global equities and commodities markets made yearly lows on the same day - 24th December 2018. The following days and weeks have seen a co-ordinated recovery in commodities along with energy and equity stocks in general.
FTSE opens lower on Chinese export data
Asian stocks closed lower and European gauges started the week on the back foot following Chinese data showing a 4.4% decline in the country’s exports in December.
FTSE higher, follows Asia's cue
The markets are having a respite from being battered by negative trade war news and top global indices are moving almost uniformly higher.
FTSE 100 opens flat as profit taking and Wall Street gains cancel each other out
The FTSE opened up 0.03% at 5,642.08 as some early profit taking, particularly on mining companies, dampened the boost from a strong closure on Wall Street.
FTSE Closes Lower but Gradually Recovers From Initial Plunge
The FTSE 100 gradually recovered after its initial plunge on the first day of trading after Easter but still finished trading in the red, down 0.42% on the day.
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