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UK stocks close the week lower as Brexit woes add to economic fears

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08/21/2020 | 01:17pm EDT
FILE PHOTO: Signage is seen outside the entrance of the London Stock Exchange in London

The British bluechip index ended lower on Friday and broader stocks lost for the week amid new concern over whether Britain could avoid a hard exit from the European Union by the year-end.

The FTSE 100 index closed 0.2% lower and shed 1.4% over the week, while the FTSE 250 index inched higher for the day and lost 0.9% for the week.

Britain and the European Union made scant progress towards a deal on future ties in talks this week, and their chief negotiators blamed each other for the stalemate.

Concerns over a hard brexit bought in a new layer of anxiety for markets already reeling from the impact of the coronavirus.

British stocks have underperformed several of their global peers this year, with doubts over a recovery intensifying after the country's economy contracted by a record 20% in the second quarter.

"It feels like the market is gradually coming to the realisation that the world is going to have to live with COVID-19 for longer as countries which have emerged from lockdown experience localised flare-ups and a general increase in infections," Russ Mould, investment director at AJ Bell wrote in a note.

Consumer discretionary stocks were among the few gainers for the day after data showed British retail sales surged past their pre-coronavirus level last month, although concerns persisted over debt levels in the country.

HG Capital rose 8.8% after announcing further investment in software firms Visma and Sovos.

(GRAPHIC: Weekly percentage gainers and losers on the FTSE 100 - https://fingfx.thomsonreuters.com/gfx/mkt/azgponbadvd/FTSE%20WEEK.PNG)

Oil and gas heavyweight BP PLC was one of the worst weekly performers on the FTSE 100, pressured by weakness in oil prices through the week.

Homebuilder Persimmon outperformed its blue-chip peers for the week with a more than 5% gain after it said it would reinstate its dividend, making it one of the first UK-listed companies to bring back a dividend after the initial shock of the pandemic.

By Muvija M and Ambar Warrick


Stocks mentioned in the article
ChangeLast1st jan.
AJ BELL PLC 1.08% 420 Delayed Quote.-2.10%
BP PLC 1.62% 196.6 Delayed Quote.-58.31%
EURO / BRITISH POUND (EUR/GBP) -0.43% 0.89922 Delayed Quote.6.81%
HGCAPITAL TRUST PLC 3.13% 297 Delayed Quote.15.34%
LONDON BRENT OIL 0.53% 37.86 Delayed Quote.-43.09%
MARKS & SPENCER GROUP PLC 0.47% 89.14 Delayed Quote.-58.25%
PERSIMMON PLC 0.95% 2336 Delayed Quote.-13.32%
SPORTS DIRECT INTERNATIONAL -0.53% 374.8 Delayed Quote.-18.27%
UNITED PARCEL SERVICE, INC. -2.63% 157.11 Delayed Quote.34.21%
WTI -1.29% 35.72 Delayed Quote.-41.06%
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Sales 2021 3 628 M 4 698 M 4 698 M
Net income 2021 -41,0 M -53,1 M -53,1 M
Net Debt 2021 148 M 191 M 191 M
P/E ratio 2021 44,8x
Yield 2021 -
Capitalization 1 881 M 2 437 M 2 436 M
EV / Sales 2021 0,56x
EV / Sales 2022 0,52x
Nbr of Employees 30 000
Free-Float 27,0%
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Average target price 350,00 GBX
Last Close Price 374,80 GBX
Spread / Highest target 46,7%
Spread / Average Target -6,62%
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David Daly Non-Executive Chairman
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