FTSE 100: BP plc (LON: BP), British Land Co. (LON: BLND) and Hammerson plc (LON: HMSO) go down

The British stock market tries to recover

In brief: BP plc (LON: BP), The British Land Company plc (LON: BLND) and Hammerson plc (LON: HMSO) prevented the FTSE 100 index to rise up quickly.

The British stock market opened with sharp rise after yesterday’s collapse. Bulls all the force and led the indices up. FTSE 100 index climbed to 5,260.14 points, having confiscated bears +14.93 (0.28%) in early trading.

In the banking sector, grow, and other large companies. For example, GlaxoSmithKline plc (LON: GSK) stops at 1,183.00 points, gaining +17.50 (1.50%). At the same time an outsider trading is BP plc (LON: BP). BP shares up 408.50 points losing -0.61%. Problems returned to the British property market. The British Land Company plc (LON: BLND) is about 445.10 points, losing -1.70 (-0.38%). Hammerson plc (LON: HMSO) dropped to 368.30, losing -3.50 (-0.94%) in early trading.

Anrey Torbinski
2010-08-12 08:33, Economics.

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One comment к “FTSE 100: BP plc (LON: BP), British Land Co. (LON: BLND) and Hammerson plc (LON: HMSO) go down”

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