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Supermarket Income REIT plc (LSE: SUPR), the only real estate investment company dedicated to investing in supermarket property in the UK, is today reporting its interim results for the Group

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Christmas fails to rescue Sainsburys’ Q3

FTSE 100 called to open +55pts at 6915, holding the break above 6900 although back from 6945 highs. Bulls need a break above 6850 to stay on track for a

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China is next year’s biggest opportunity, says Lloyds Private Bank’s Investment Outlook 2019

Calls of a ‘trade war’ between America and China are overblown, according to Lloyds Private Bank’s ‘Investment Outlook 2019’ report. It outlines potential risks and opportunities for investors in the

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Scottish and Southern Profits Warning

FTSE 100 Index called to open +6pts at 7279, opening a smidge higher from Tuesday’s close and still testing a weeklong falling highs resistance. Bulls need a break above 7285

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Associated British Foods: Sweet’n’low

The company’s latest trading update painted a mixed picture for business outlook and while trading at its core Primark division was 5.5% higher at constant FX, the company remains vulnerable

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A new man from the land down under

FTSE 100 Index called to open -10pts at 7552, still trading sideways and looking to end the week’s last session in the same position where it began. Bulls need a

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FTSE’s standing pat

The FTSE100 is in an indecisive mood today, basically flat since the start of the trading session. Stronger USD, boosted by the fresh round of US trade tariffs on Chinese

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CRH: Paving the road to the future

Building materials manufacturer CRH is the top gainer on the FTSE 100 in early morning trading after releasing its latest results, once again proving investor mantra that guidance is king

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Yet another trade war fusillade

FTSE 100 Index called to open -5pts at 7570 (-4pts from ex-div adjustment), continuing the narrowing sideways pattern seen over the last 5-6 trading days, as falling highs battle rising lows.

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Trump in the legal firing line

FTSE 100 Index called to open -30pts at 7535, extending the 3-week downtrend, though coming off overnight 7517 lows. Bulls need a break above 7564 Tuesday’s close to attempt an