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BG reports rise in final ever results

BG’s profit declines were mitigated by higher production levels in Brazil and Australia. “It is worth pointing out to investors that group earnings were still down by 58% to $1.7bn

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Companies reporting in the week ahead

Monday  Companies reporting today include: BT (Q3 results) Tuesday  St. Modwen Properties This specialist brownfield site regeneration group has seen its share price fall by around 28% since late summer.

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Traders await FOMC volatility

Volatility within European and US equity markets appears to be rather elusive today, reflecting the risk and unpredictability that is around the corner in the form of the FOMC interest

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Company results for the week ahead

Monday Rio Tinto (Q4 results) The best positioned of the diversified mining companies will still feel the effect of the dramatic fall in commodity price. We should see a material

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Oil leads FTSE volatility

Oil prices continued to dominate trading, with the FTSE 100 exhibiting major volatility and unpredictability in a largely mixed session today. Arguably, the correlation between oil prices and the FTSE

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The week ahead

Week beginning Monday 26 October 2015 Monday  Companies reporting today include: WPP (Q3 trading update). Tuesday  BP (Q3 results) The previous quarter saw the lowest average price for oil, so

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FTSE trend away from commodity stocks

Commenting, Russ Mould, investment director at AJ Bell, said: “The third-quarter FTSE index review becomes effective today as Berkeley Group replaces Weir in the FTSE 100. “This reflects an ongoing

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Emerging markets closing performance gap

In September to date emerging markets have outperformed developed global markets when looking at the Russell Emerging Markets Index and the Russell Global Developed Index. The emerging markets index lost