MARKET REPORT - PRE-OPEN
London stocks were set to edge higher at the open on Monday as geopolitical tensions ease.
London stocks were set for a positive open on Friday despite losses in the US and Asia.
London stocks were set to edge higher at the open on Thursday as investors eyed the latest retail sales data.
London stocks were set for a positive open on Wednesday following upbeat sessions in the US and Asia as investors eye the release of key inflation data.
London stocks were set for a positive start on Tuesday following an upbeat close on Wall Street, as investors eyed a slew of key UK jobs data.
London stocks were set for a marginally firmer open on Monday, with traders likely to be on edge as they await Russia's response to the US-led intervention in Syria.
London stocks were set for a muted open on Friday as investors kept an eye on the geopolitical situation, with the latest Chinese trade data in focus and US bank earnings to look forward to.
London stocks looked set to for a negative start on Thursday amid rising geopolitical tensions.
London stocks were set to fall at the open on Wednesday as investors eyed the release of the minutes from the latest Federal Reserve meeting and the March inflation figures for the US.
London stocks were set for a positive open on Tuesday as investors welcomed a pledge by Chinese leader Xi Jinping to open up the country's economy and lower import tariffs.
London stocks were called to open higher on Monday, taking their cue from an upbeat session in Asia on what looked set to be a fairly quiet day.
London stocks were set to drop at the open on Friday after US President Donald Trump said he would slap $100bn more tariffs on China.
London stocks were set for a firm open on Thursday, tracking gains on Wall Street as investors eye the latest reading on the UK services sector.
London stocks looked set for a muted open on Wednesday despite a recovery on Wall Street overnight.
Stocks in London were set to drop at the open on Tuesday following heavy losses on Wall Street on the back of weakness in the technology sector and renewed trade war worries.
London stocks were set for a weaker open on Thursday, with volumes likely to be thinner than usual as we head into the long Easter weekend.
London stocks were set to drop at the open on Wednesday, taking their cue from a late selloff on Wall Street led by the technology sector.
London stocks are expected to jump higher on Tuesday morning after Wall Street posted its biggest one-day gain in two and a half years as trade tensions eased.
London stocks are predicted to open slightly higher on Monday morning as dealmaking dominated the corporate news again.
London stocks are expected to open lower on Friday in line with global markets as a trade war breaks out between the world’s two biggest economies, with China promising retaliation to the opening salvo from the US.