All of London's sectors were in the red on Friday, led by oil-related stocks and industrial engineers.
Metals and miners fuelled the gains on Thursday, while electronic engineers, housebuilders and banks were notably in the red.
Metals and miners fuelled the gains on Thursday, while electronic engineers, real estate and banks were notably in the red.
Paper and packaging companies, industrials and the supermarket sector were on the front foot on Tuesday.
Resources companies and grocers were providing fuel for the FTSE 100 on Monday, though the mid-cap index was running on empty, led by auto industry and industrial engineers.
Almost all UK stocks were in the green on Friday, with transport, construction and telecoms stocks at the forefront, while automobiles & parts were in the red despite reported progress in US-China trade talks.
Domestically focused sectors such as retailers and housebuilders were at the forefront on Thursday, after parliament voted to rule out no-deal Brexit and mulled a delay to the Article 50 departure date.
Oil was the driving force on Wednesday after a surprise fall in US inventories, while tobacco was lightly vaporised by US regulatory factors.
Parts of the financial services sector, banks, oil engineers and tobacco were notable risers on Tuesday.
Fuelling market progress on Monday were gains for industrials, miners and financial services, while personal goods and general insurers were causing a drag.
More sectors were in the red than not on Thursday, with industrial metals, miners and insurers leading the decline, while tobacco stocks were smoking hot for the second day in a row.
The tobacco sector made the difference on Wednesday, while life insurers lagged.
Technology and telecoms sectors led the charge on Tuesday, while the transportation and auto sectors were in reverse.
Packaging companies, media and resources sectors were the leading lights on Monday, while travel and leisure were sectors in the red.
Amid the wider feelgood factor in the market, most of London's blue chips were on the up on Friday, but the general retail sector stood out for its sea of green numbers, while media was the day's main underperformer.
Automobiles and packaging companies put the brakes on gains on Thursday, while real estate investment trusts were one of the few sectors standing tall.
Retailers and personal goods companies were not well liked on Wednesday, while banks were higher despite the travails of Metro Bank.