|Day's range||3,206.10 - 3,231.41|
|52-week range||2,885.09 - 3,424.84|
The eurozone was hit by a combination of soaring inflation and rising interest rates, as household consumption declined, as well as Russia’s war on Ukraine which has pushed energy and food prices higher.
Wall Street stocks followed Europe, mainly slipping into the red on news that US mortgage approvals for home purchases fell to their lowest level in nearly 30 years in May.
Investors are anticipating the outcome of US debt vote and digesting the latest economic data from China.
President Joe Biden is set to meet house speaker Kevin McCarthy.
FTSE 100 closes higher after hitting its highest level in almost a week.
FTSE 100 closes the week higher as the UK economy returned to growth.
Oil markets in focus after producers announce crude output cut.
Powell said during his Senate Banking Committee testimony that interest rates may rise “higher” than previously expected.
The FTSE 100 wiped out earlier gains following Jerome Powell's hawkish comments on interest rates.
The FTSE 100 and European stocks bounced back to finish this Thursday mostly higher despite concerns about more rate hikes in Europe and in the US grew stronger amid signs of sticky inflation.
Stocks rally as the UK and EU reached a deal over post-Brexit trading arrangements in Northern Ireland.
Markets did not appear to be reassured by the record tax income for the UK government in January.
US stock and bond markets are closed this Monday for President's Day.
The UK's blue chip index has hit record close.
FTSE 100 and European stocks extends falls amid rate uncertainties.
Wall Street was higher as investors sort through a wave of corporate earnings ahead of Wednesday's crucial Federal Reserve interest rate decision.
FTSE cautious as investors brace for central bank decisions in the UK, eurozone and the US later this week.
London’s blue-chip index fnished in the red.
UK public borrowing increased by more than expected last month as the government ploughed billions into its subsidies for household bills.
The UK’s FTSE 100 benchmark index was off to a positive start this week.
Worries about a recession are keeping investors on edge.
The UK blue chip index finished lower on revived concerns about recession and rate rises.
Wall Street fell into negative territory after good start.
FTSE 100 lower as UK wage growth fails to keep up with inflation.
The blue-chip index edged higher as 'investors appear to have fallen back in love with UK assets'.