1700:Close Stocks dipped and the pound edged higher after the first day of the Commons debate on the proposed amendments to the Withdrawal Bill.
Tuesday appeared set to be a near mirror image of the previous session's price action, with agriculture futures bouncing back sharply alongside losses in energy futures.
Key players from the Leave. EU platform, Arron Banks and Andy Wigmore, face a grilling from MPs on Tuesday over alleged meetings with the Russian ambassador during the campaign.
The 2018 Russia World Cup has had trouble securing sponsorship compared to other years, research has found, but Chinese firms have stepped up to help Fifa weather the storm.
The cost of living in the US hit a six-year high last month, pushed higher by big jumps in the prices of gasoline and medical care commodities, together with sustained strength in shelter prices.
Metal Tiger and joint venture partner MOD Resources confirmed intersection of copper mineralisation at the first drillhole on the A4 Dome target at the T3 Dome Complex in Botswana.
Prime Minister Theresa May faces an important two days of House of Commons debate on Brexit but has avoided a humiliating defeat on customs union vote after reaching a compromise with pro-EU rebels and leading Brexiters.
The flow of credit in the Chinese economy reached its lowest ebb since 2006 last month, as borrowing by local governments slowed.
Small business sentiment in the US improved more than expected in May, to the second-highest level in the National Federation of Independent Business survey's 45-year history.
German investor sentiment has fallen to the lowest reading since the eurozone debt crisis, according to a report from the ZEW Institute, but may have since improved as worries over Italy receded.
President Donald Trump and Kim Jong Un signed a joint statement in an important step towards the denuclearisation of North Korea at a summit in Singapore early on Tuesday.