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US close: Major indices end week in the red

Wall Street stocks closed lower on Friday as another week in what has been a volatile month for stocks drew to a close.

17 Sep
Christmas shortages threat as Tesco staff reject pay offer

Fears of supermarket shortages ahead of Christmas grew on Friday after truck drivers and warehouse workers at four Tesco distribution centres rejected the company’s latest pay offer.

17 Sep
Europe close: Miners, inflation fears, weak Wall St hit sentiment

European shares finished the week lower as a weak opening on Wall Street, slump in mining stocks and rising euro zone inflation hit sentiment.

17 Sep
London close: Stocks end another week in the red

Stocks surrendered early gains to finish another week firmly in the red ahead of the quarterly expiry of financial derivatives contracts for individual stocks and indices in the States.

17 Sep
Jefferies stays at 'buy' on Anglo American despite headwinds from Chinese housing

Analysts at Jefferies reiterated their 'buy' recommendation for shares of Anglo American following investor meetings with the miner's boss, Mark Cutifani, its finance director, Stephen Pearce, and its head of investor relations, Paul Galloway.

17 Sep
London open: Stocks rise as markets mull weak data, rate hike expectations

Stocks are holding onto early gains despite the release of data showing a fourth consecutive monthly drop in UK retail sales - their worst stretch since 1996 - which led some economists to question just how soon the Bank of England might be ready to raise interest rates.

17 Sep
US open: Stocks open lower in week's final session

Wall Street stocks were trading lower early on Friday as another week in what has been a volatile month for stocks gets set to draw to a close.

17 Sep
Euro area CPI jumps in August on dearer energy, base effects

Consumer price inflation in the euro area accelerated in August on the back of dearer energy and base effects, potentially piling on the pressure on the European Central Bank.