Week 29 #WOTD – Peer pressure

No more Euro football but we have the Olympics to get our fix of goals, but we’re not focussing on either here. Watch Of The Day (WOTD) continues to bring you weekly highlights of the winners and losers in the FTSE20 league. This week, the leaders took charge and those near the bottom proved whyContinue reading “Week 29 #WOTD – Peer pressure”

Week 28 #WOTD – Pingdemic

5 positive scorers, one netted 0 which means 14 made a loss this week. So, with the biggest item in the new being the ‘pingdemic’ let’s focus on how that is affecting the big movers (in a very simple way). First of all, pingdemic does not mean more people pinging the post… It is thatContinue reading “Week 28 #WOTD – Pingdemic”

Week 27 #WOTD – Debt worries

Bad week for most this week with an average 0.9% loss on values in a week. BP had it worse with a 4.6% loss, but they retain 3rd position with over 20% year to date gains. This weeks loss was due to the drop in oil prices Full Story Vodafone (VOD) are now in negativeContinue reading “Week 27 #WOTD – Debt worries”

Week 26 #WOTD – NEDs

Last week was cup week so even though the majority of teams this week didn’t gain or lose by more than 1%, there are some big movements in the league from two weeks ago. First of all, as we should all now expect, with minimal movement in most stocks what does this mean for LondonContinue reading “Week 26 #WOTD – NEDs”

Week 24 #WOTD – Commodities and sponsorships

Top execs were shouting at commodity prices this week… Commodity prices have come under pressure which resulted in big weekly losses for BHP Group (BHP) down 5.2%, Glencore (GLEN) down 7.3% and Anglo American (AAL) down a whopping 9.2%. Somehow Glencore are still clinging on to their top spot but Lloyds Banking (LLOY) are justContinue reading “Week 24 #WOTD – Commodities and sponsorships”

Week 23 #WOTD – Pharma beating the banks

Pharma is up and banking is down this week. GlaxoSmithKline (GSK) had a stellar week with a 4% gain, however they were only on 0.1% before this so the 4.1% year to date does not move them from 17th. While AstraZeneca (AZN) were close behind for the week with 3.9% gain, moving them from 10thContinue reading “Week 23 #WOTD – Pharma beating the banks”