The benchmark was down more than 20% from its recent high after major stock indexes lost ground in Friday trading, but then rallied to end the day near flat.
As the greenback has been rising due to the super-hawkish monetary policies in the United States, many foreign currencies are slumping. But international stocks are cheaper than the U.S. ones. Hence, currency-hedged ETFs appear good bets.
The FTSE 100 ended the day up 87.24 points, or 1.19%, at 7,389.98 points.
Samuel Rickitt is among the many green energy entrepreneurs trying to meet the Government’s call for a boom in green electricity generation.
The share price, which was down 4% at close on Thursday, jumped as much as 27% in early trading on Friday.
Stocks in the UK, France and Germany tracked a strong bounce in Asia following sharp declines across global markets in the previous sessions.
European stock markets traded higher Friday, ending the week on a positive note with investors buoyed by strong U.K. retail sales data as well as China cutting a key lending benchmark. European equities received a boost after China cut its five-year l...
The TUC is calling for fair access to flexible working for all and is urging the government to act on its pledge to improve flexible working rights in order to prevent class and geographic inequality.