After the storm, a relatively calm Friday saw the commodity-related sectors and defensive stocks climb, while the retail sector was splattered with red.
Every single sector was in the red on Thursday as the FTSE 100 and 250 indices finished around two-year lows amid a general market sell-off sparked by renewed worries about US-China trade relations.
Construction, defence and most of the industrials and support services sectors were under fire on Tuesday, while the some in the drinks industry were given a Brexit boost.
Natural resources companies were the standout gainers on Monday, while defensive stocks including telecoms, drugs and food were in the red.
There was a late wobble for the construction sector, sparked by a statement from Kier alongside its plans for a rights issue, while property developers and housebuilding companies were also swathed in red.
Oil-related companies were barreling higher on Thursday, while commercial real estate companies were subsiding badly, with the banking sector split.
The mining sector provided a big weight on London's stock indices on Tuesday, along with housebuilders and travel stocks.
Oil, financial services, telecoms and tech were the driving forces as London's blue chip stocks rallied on Monday.
Basic resources stocks weighed heavily on London's FTSE 100, as prices of copper and especially oil tumbled.
Housebuilders and retailers were among those sectors lifted by optimism on Brexit, but banks were not biting Theresa May's hook, and miners and utilities were firmly in the red.
Chemicals, telecoms and banks were leading the rally on Wednesday, riding the crest of the global rebound, while pharmaceuticals and tobacco were the only sectors under water.
Miners, metals and banks were unloved by investors on Tuesday, while utilities and drug makers were looked upon fondly.
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.
A round-up of share tips in the Sunday newspapers, including Halfords in the Sunday Times, Base Resources in the Mail on Sunday IP Group in the Sunday Telegraph.
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.