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FTSE 100 miners, energy stocks slide on new US tariff list

Jul 11 2018

British shares sold off on Wednesday as the United States threatened to slap 10 percent tariffs on a list of $200 billion worth of Chinese imports, escalating a trade war and sending jitters across global markets.

Britain's FTSE inches higher, shrugging off trade tensions

Jul 06 2018

The UK’s top share index rose on Friday, shrugging off any worries over global trade after U.S. tariffs on Chinese goods took effect.

Optimism in trade dispute lifts FTSE, AB Foods weighs

Jul 05 2018

Signs of an easing in the trade dispute between the United States and the European Union helped push Britain’s top share index up on Thursday with gains in basic materials and energy stocks, while shares in AB Foods fell after a trading update.

Primark-owner AB Foods' first-half profit held back by sugar

Apr 17 2018

AB Foods reported a 1% fall in first-half profit, with a resilient performance at its Primark fashion business offset by a previously flagged reduction in sugar revenues.

FTSE starts week on firm footing as miners, AB Foods rise

Feb 26 2018

Britain’s top share index rallied, shaking off last week’s slight decline as firmer commodities stocks and a rise in Associated British Foods propped up the FTSE.

AB Foods' sugar outlook dented by lower European Union prices

Jan 18 2018

Primark owner AB Foods maintained full-year earnings guidance, but cautioned revenue and profit at its sugar business would fall by more than previously expected.

Primark owner ABF leads FTSE

Jul 06 2017

Attention focussed on earnings, with a 5 percent rise in AB Foods leading a steady FTSE 100 .FTSE index.

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