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 15 #WOTD – Rio Celebrates

The bottom 5 are unchanged, however London Stock Exchange are trying their best to get off the bottom scoring a 4.7% gain this week, the 3rd highest for the league. The biggest scorer this week though was Rio Tinto (Ticker: RIO), with 6.6%, thanks to rising copper prices and their Lithium inspired greener future. FullContinue reading “Week 15 #WOTD – Rio Celebrates”

Week 14 #WOTD – Transfer News Pushes Anglo

Everyone (apart from Royal Dutch Shell A (RDSa) who were only down 0.6%) had a positive week thanks in part to a weaker pound helping exporters. Full Story The biggest move came from Anglo American (AAL), who 2 weeks ago were closing the gap and 4th in the league and are now sitting pretty atContinue reading “Week 14 #WOTD – Transfer News Pushes Anglo”

Week 13 #WOTD – 4 Day Bender Helps Diageo

This week is a shorter week due to Good Friday and some CEOs will be having a very good Friday after the weeks gains. It was a big week for the league leader Glencore (ticker GLEN) extending their lead with a 7.4% gain for the week bringing them close to a quarter up for theContinue reading “Week 13 #WOTD – 4 Day Bender Helps Diageo”

Week 12 #WOTD – Battle of the Banks

Glencore (ticker GLEN) are still routed to the top, but its getting tighter to hold on to the lead which is why they are shaking up their top management, merging units and streamlining their business to bring on more gains for the future. Full story Prudential (PRU) jumped from 6th to 3rd and may climbContinue reading “Week 12 #WOTD – Battle of the Banks”