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NASDAQ 100 4,285.7012 -181.7809 -4.0690% 24/06/2016
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NASDAQ 100 Top Risers

Name Last Chg.% Time
O'Reilly Automotive Inc. 267.66 1.29 21:48
Ross Stores Inc. 54.42 0.65 22:10
Whole Foods Market Inc. 30.76 0.29 22:10
Dollar Tree Inc 91.89 -0.53 22:10
Costco Wholesale Corp. 155.56 -0.94 22:10

NASDAQ 100 Top Fallers

Name Last Chg.% Time
Liberty Global plc Series A 28.80 -13.10 22:09
Priceline Group Inc 1,232.14 -11.37 22:10
Liberty Global plc Series C 28.66 -11.30 22:10
American Airlines Group 27.05 -10.81 22:10
Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings Ltd. - Ordinary Shares 40.38 -8.70 22:10

Top News

London close: Stocks end well off session lows, long-term Gilts surge

London close: Stocks end well off session lows, long-term Gilts surge

Stocks in London finished well off their session lows in the aftermath of the Brexit vote, amid a sharp drop in the pound and a surge in benchmark 10-year Gilts.

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Brexit: Cameron resigns; sees new PM by October as markets nosedive

Brexit: Cameron resigns; sees new PM by October as markets nosedive

UK Prime Minister David Cameron resigned on Friday, saying he expected to see a replacement by October after Britain voted to leave the EU....[more]

Brexit: Result will be 'credit negative' for UK - Moody's, Fitch

Brexit: Result will be 'credit negative' for UK - Moody's, Fitch

The UK’s decision to leave the European Union would be "credit negative” for sovereign and other related entities and most sectors in the country, two ratings agencies said on Friday.

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IAG warns on 2016 profits after Brexit vote confirmed

IAG warns on 2016 profits after Brexit vote confirmed

British Airways owner IAG warned growth in operating profits in 2016 will be slower than the previous year's, but it remained confident longer term....[more]

MPs submit motion of no confidence in Corbyn

MPs submit motion of no confidence in Corbyn

Labour party leader Jeremy Corbyn is facing a motion of no confidence after the UK voted to leave the European Union on Friday.

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HSBC to pay $1.75bn to settle Household Intl class action

HSBC to pay $1.75bn to settle Household Intl class action

HSBC said it will pay $1.57bn to end a......[more]

Wood Group buys EESL fabrication unit

Wood Group buys EESL fabrication unit

Energy industry services firm Wood Group said......[more]

JD Sports sees 'excellent' first half on Euro 2016 boost

JD Sports sees "excellent" first half on Euro 2016 boost

FTSE 250 retailer JD Sports Fashion said......[more]

UBM completes PR Newswire sale

UBM completes PR Newswire sale

Trade publication and events company UBM......[more]

Exane: European stocks to drop 15%, UK recession

Exane: European stocks to drop 15%, UK recession

European equities could fall 10% to 15% in the next few days, said Exane BNP Paribas, while a UK recession by the end of this year looks likely.

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HSBC calls for BoE to hold off on rate cuts

HSBC calls for BoE to hold off on rate cuts

HSBC cut UK economic growth forecasts for 2016 and 2017, revised inflation higher and......[more]

Fed unlikely to hike rates til 2017 post Brexit - ING

Fed unlikely to hike rates til 2017 post Brexit - ING

As the trade-weighted dollar appreciates sharply post Brexit, the chances of a US hike......[more]

More than 1200 UK business leaders sign letter against Brexit

More than 1200 UK business leaders sign letter against Brexit

More than 1,200 business executives have signed a letter supporting UK membership of the European Union.

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Friday newspaper round-up: Brexit, Brexit, Brexit

Friday newspaper round-up: Brexit, Brexit, Brexit

As Europe wakes up to the news that Britain has voted to leave the EU, reactions from the UK’s leading business groups have started to pour in. The Institute of Directors admits that the referendum result may not have been the one most of its members wanted but now that the UK has decided, it is “imperative” that political leaders manage the transition out of Europe “as smoothly as possible”. – Financial Times

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Aviva expects no operational impact from Brexit

Aviva expects no operational impact from Brexit

Aviva did not expect the vote to ‘Leave’ to have any significant operational impact on the company.

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Sky boosts children's offering with NOW TV

Sky boosts children's offering with NOW TV

Subscription broadcaster Sky has waded deeper into the children’s television arena on Tuesday, with the launch of the NOW TV Kids Month Pass.

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SMS agrees to supply First Utility customers with smart meters

SMS agrees to supply First Utility customers with smart meters

Smart Metering Systems (SMS), an integrated metering services company, has agreed to supply smart meters to customers of First Utility, an energy supplier, as part of a government programme.

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Market Buzz [more]

Housebuilders slump on Brexit; pharmas, sin stocks gain

Housebuilders slump on Brexit; pharmas, sin stocks gain

Fri, 24 June 2016

(ShareCast News) - Housebuilding stocks were the worst performers on Friday after the UK voted to leave the European Union, with investors concerned that Brexit will trigger a slowdown in the property... [more]

Directors dealings: Real estate sector execs pick up shares

Fri, 24 June 2016

(ShareCast News) - Friday's sharp drops among shares of UK homebuilders and real estate outfits saw executives from several outfits step-in to pick-up some shares.... [more]

Broker tips: Sophos Group, IAG, Next, M&S

Fri, 24 June 2016

(ShareCast News) - Numis sounded an optimistic note on Sophos Group ahead of the company's Capital Markets Day, pointing to the firm's strong products, a substantial market opportunity and the attract... [more]

Company News [more]

Norges Bank takes stake in Intermediate Capital Group below 3.0%

Norges Bank takes stake in Intermediate Capital Group below 3.0%

Fri, 24 June 2016

(ShareCast News) - Norges Bank notified markets on Friday that it had sold 115,616 shares in specialist asset manager Intermediate Capital Group, taking its stake below the 3.0% threshold.... [more]

IG Group says it managed Brexit exposure "very effectively"; trading in line

Fri, 24 June 2016

(ShareCast News) - Financial spreadbetting firm IG Group said it managed its operations and exposure "very effectively" through Thursday night and into Friday as the UK voted in the EU referendum.... [more]

Funding Circle SME Income Fund to raise cash amid strong demand

Fri, 24 June 2016

(ShareCast News) - Funding Circle SME Income Fund, a close-ended investment company, announced it had already deployed the majority of its assets and said it would raise cash via the sale of C shares ... [more]

Economic News [more]

UK could fall into a recession after Brexit, say economists

Fri, 24 June 2016

(ShareCast News) - The UK could fall into a recession forcing the Bank of England to ease monetary policy further after the country voted for Brexit on Friday, according to a Reuters poll of economist... [more]

Director Dealings [more]

Directors dealings: Real estate sector execs pick up shares

Fri, 24 June 2016

(ShareCast News) - Friday's sharp drops among shares of UK homebuilders and real estate outfits saw executives from several outfits step-in to pick-up some shares.... [more]

Week Ahead

Week ahead: Brexit to continue in the spotlight

Fri, 24 June 2016

(ShareCast News) - Markets were expected to be on post-Brexit watch, with some market-watchers wary of the potential for further market volatility.... [more]