Tuesday, 6 October 2009

FTSE 100 Share prices- FTSE Close 6th October 2009

FTSE 100 share prices- FTSE 100 close 6th October 2009

The FTSE 100 dropped below 5000 at the end of last week, perhaps signaling a bearish movement, however I am pleased to report the FTSE 100 has held up well and the FTSE 100 closed at 5138 on the 6th October. The FTSE 100 continues to climb and one may ask will it see its previous 52 year high of 6752 in early 2010. What does the future hold for the FTSE 100 in 2010?

Here are some of the FTSE 100 biggest risers on the 6th October 2009

Fresnillo (FRES)
Vedanta (VED)
Kazakhmys (KAZ)
Tullow Oil (TLW)

Here are some of the FTSE 100 biggest fallers on the 6th October 2009

Shire (SHP)
Legal&gen. (LGEN)
Morrison (Wm) (MRW)
Rsa Ins. (RSA)

Keep up to date with FTSE 100 share prices, and FTSE 100 close prices

Wednesday, 9 September 2009

FTSE hits 5000 for first time in 11 months

FTSE 100 closes at 5004 on September 9th 2009. This is the first time the FTSE 100 has surpassed 5000 in 11 months. The FTSE 100 futures are looking very good and the FTSE 100 will be looking for another small increase in share price tomorrow.

The FTSE 100 gained 56.96 points today and increase of 1.14% and closed at 5004.30

The top risers in the FTSE 100 were:-

BR.Airways
Thomas Cook
Cairn Energy

The top FTSE 100 fallers were:-

Lonmin
Pearson
Experian

Keep watching the FTSE 100 prices to see if this upward trend continues.

Monday, 7 September 2009

7th September FTSE 100 Close prices

FTSE is back trading on Monday 7th September. The FTSE 100 opened at 4,852.00 and closed at 4,932.00, an increase of 80 points.

The biggest FTSE 100 risers on the 7th September were:-

Cadburys, up almost 38%
Lonmin up 5.77%

The biggest FTSE fallers were:-

Thomson Reuters down 1.89%

The FTSE 100 continues its upward movement with some of the FTSE 100 companies seeing daily gains. FTSE futures are predicting a FTSE 100 of over 5000 by the end of 2009. What do you think, can the FTSE 100 reach 5000 within the next four months?

Saturday, 5 September 2009

FTSE Prices as of 5th September

FTSE Prices

For those wishing to trade the ftse, it is important to know the ftse prices. There are several different ftse share indexes and as a result several different ftse prices.

Currently as of the 5th September the ftse prices of the different ftse shares are shown below.

FTSE 100 share price 4851
FTSE 250 share price 8745
FTSE 350 share price 2546
FTSE All-Share price 2592
FTSE Small cap share price 2670

These are the current ftse prices for close on the 5th September. All ftse prices showed an increase in points on friday 5th September. Keep watching ftse prices for more ftse share price updates.

Friday, 4 September 2009

FTSE 100 close- friday 5th september

FTSE 100 close 5th September is 4851.70, an increase of almost 55 points.

The biggest FTSE 100 risers were

Invensys PLC
SDRC Schroders

The biggest FTSE 100 fallers were
FGP FirstGroup PLC
DRX Drax Group PLC

The FTSE 100 continues to improve, who knows what the ftse futures will be for the rest of 2009. Keep watching the FTSE close to see if FTSE 100 keeps moving in an upward trend.

Tuesday, 1 September 2009

FTSE 100 Share prices- FTSE close tuesday 1st September

FTSE market was trading again today after being closed yesterday for the bank holiday here in the Uk. So how did the FTSE 100 share prices fair, did the FTSE 100 close higher or lower than the previous trading day. Here is a summary of the FTSE 100 share prices on the 1st September.

FTSE 100 opened at 4,909.00
FTSE 100 closed at 4,820.00 on 1st September. This FTSE 100 close represents a drop of 1.85% in the FTSE 100 share prices.

Of the FTSE 100 market components the top risers on the FTSE 100 on 1st September were:-
Autonomy Corp PLC
British American Tobacco PLC

The biggest FTSE 100 fallers on 1st September were:-
Eurasian Natural Resources
RSA RSA Insurance Group PLC

Stay tuned for more FTSE 100 share prices updates as we follow the recovery of the FTSE 100 share prices

Sunday, 30 August 2009

The FTSE 100 companies- what are the FTSE 100 companies

The FTSE 100 share prices represent the share prices from the 100 FTSE companies which cover a range of industries from banking to airways.

Here is a list of the FTSE 100 companies

1. 3i
2. Admiral Group
3. Alliance & Leicester
4. AMEC
5. Anglo American
6. Antofagasta
7. Associated British Foods
8. AstraZeneca
9. Aviva
10. BAE Systems
11. BG Group
12. BHP Billiton
13. BP
14. BT Group
15. Barclays Bank
16. British Airways
17. British American Tobacco
18. British Energy Group
19. British Land Company
20. British Sky Broadcasting Group
21. Cable & Wireless
22. Cadbury Schweppes
23. Cairn Energy
24. Capita Group
25. Carnival
26. Carphone Warehouse
27. Centrica
28. Compass Group
29. Diageo
30. Enterprise Inns
31. Experian
32. FirstGroup
33. Friends Provident
34. G4S
35. GlaxoSmithKline
36. HBOS
37. HSBC
38. Hammerson
39. Home Retail Group
40. ICAP
41. ITV
42. Imperial Tobacco
43. InterContinental Hotels Group
44. International Power
45. Johnson Matthey
46. Kazakhmys
47. Kelda Group
48. Kingfisher
49. Land Securities Group
50. Legal & General
51. Liberty International
52. Lloyds TSB
53. London Stock Exchange Group
54. Lonmin
55. Man Group
56. Marks & Spencer
57. Wm Morrison Supermarkets
58. National Grid
59. Next
60. Old Mutual
61. Pearson
62. Persimmon
63. Prudential
64. Reckitt Benckiser
65. Reed Elsevier
66. Rentokil Initial
67. Resolution
68. Reuters Group
69. Rexam
70. Rio Tinto Group
71. Rolls-Royce Group
72. Royal & Sun Alliance Insurance
73. Royal Bank of Scotland Group
74. Royal Dutch Shell
75. SABMiller
76. Sage Group
77. J Sainsbury
78. Schroders
79. Scottish & Newcastle
80. Scottish and Southern Energy
81. Severn Trent
82. Shire Pharmaceuticals Group
83. Smith & Nephew
84. Smiths Group
85. Standard Chartered Bank
86. Standard Life
87. Taylor Wimpey
88. Tesco
89. Thomas Cook Group
90. TUI Travel
91. Tullow Oil
92. Unilever
93. United Utilities
94. Vedanta Resources
95. Vodafone
96. WPP Group
97. Whitbread
98. Wolseley
99. Xstrata
100. Yell Group

Do you invest in the FTSE 100 or any of the FTSE 100 companies? What is the FTSE 100 futures, keep following the FTSE 100 share prices to see how the FTSE 100 companies progress.

FTSE 100 Share prices- FTSE close friday 28th August

The FTSE 100 has been recovering of late and the FTSE 100 closed at 4908.90 on August 28th 2009. This represents a 0.81% rise on the 28th August from FTSE 100 open to FTSE 100 close.

Here are the top FTSE 100 movers on the 28th August

Kazakhmys PLC rose a massive 54.50 points
Lloyds Banking also rose just over 6 points.

The biggest faller in the FTSE 100 was Serco which fell by 16.40 points.

Will the FTSE 100 share prices keep rising? The economy seems to be improving as the banks keep rising. Keep up to date with FTSE 100 share prices on FTSE market blog.

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