Banks, housebuilders and utility companies were under the cosh on Thursday as may UK-facing stocks suffered, while miners gleamed.
Electricity and telecoms were the livewire sectors on Wednesday, while oil engineers were on the rocks.
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With the pound and oil prices both sinking there were various sectors given a leg up, while currency swings were meanwhile putting the kibosh on the mining sector.
Investors were stocking up with supermarket shares and other retailers on Thursday, while mobile telecoms were getting no signal.
The construction and materials sector built up strong gains on Wednesday, while pub and software companies were going the other way.
Telecoms, tobacco, miners and banks were the sectors on the slide on Tuesday, while industrial engineers and food producers were providing buoyancy.
Miners and oil-related stocks were the driving force on Monday, while industrial engineering and transportation and the retail sector were swathed in red.
Oil producers and related sectors were in the red due to increased output from Opec, while health care services were in the pink and the telecoms sector rang up gains.
Housebuilders and construction groups were top of the pile on Tuesday thanks to treats doled out by the Chancellor the day before, while defence stocks were under water.
Car suppliers and banks were the top sectors on Monday, while defensive sectors were in the red.
Oil-related issues were at the bottom of the pile on Monday after Saudi oil minister, Khalid Al-Falih, said his country had no intention of repeating a scenario such as the 1973 oil embargo, when the Kingdom weaponised crude supplies for political purposes.
A hodgepodge of sectors was lifted on the rising tide on Friday as investors bought the dip following recent losses, while several industrial related sectors and travel companies were noticeable on the downside.
Construction & materials was one of the main weights on the main London stock indices on Thursday.
The automobiles & parts dropped into a lower gear on Wednesday, along with healthcare and housebuilders, but the tobacco and pharma sectors were looking hale and hearty.
The food retail sector was being marked down on Tuesday, while several other sectors such as bounced back from the recent sell-off as FOMO gripped investors.
Healthcare equipment and services were a burden on Monday, while telecoms and miners were providing support.
Miners led London stocks higher on Friday while tobacco stocks fell as investor remained sensitive to news.