Morrisons
Morrisons has been struggling with competition making things tricky for the supermarketReuters

The FTSE 100 hit its lowest point for two months at an intra-day low of 6,785.15 points on 5 June after one of its worst weeks of the past half-year. It finished the day on 6,804.60.

Morrisons, one of the Big Four supermarkets, was among the biggest fallers. Alongside executive pay and heavy competition from German budget supermarkets, its shareholders discussed the company's empty-shelf problem during its AGM.

Chairman Andrew Higginson said: "Aldi, Lidl and Tesco aren't affecting our availability, we are. So that's something we can do something about."

Vodafone Group was in the top 10 biggest fallers as well, after it addressed rumours about a merger with cable provider Liberty Global and said a deal would only lead to the exchange of certain assets, if there will be one at all.

As the trial of ex-BP executive David Rainey over oil spills comes to an end, the company's share price is climbing and increased by 0.93%.

FTSE 100 biggest risers

  • Royal Bank of Scotland Group +5.20 (+1.48%) 357.00
  • Anglo American +10.50 (+1.04%) 1,015.50
  • International Consolidated Airlines Group SA +4.00 (+0.76%) 530.00
  • BP plc +3.20 (+0.73%) 443.35
  • Pearson +9.00 (+0.70%) 1,296.00

FTSE 100 biggest fallers

  • Marks & Spencer Group -18.50 (-3.20%) 560.00
  • Hikma Pharmaceuticals -58.00 (-2.82%) 1,998.00
  • Morrison (Wm) Supermarkets -4.70 (-2.64%) 173.60
  • Imperial Tobacco Group -84.00 (-2.57%) 3,185.00
  • Smiths Group -31.00 (-2.56%) 1,180.00

FTSE AIM 100 biggest risers

  • Greenko Group +3.38 (+7.71%) 47.13
  • Fusionex International +12.50 (+3.23%) 400.00
  • Sprue Aegis +7.50 (+2.78%) 277.50
  • Gooch & Housego +21.00 (+2.72%) 793.00
  • M P Evans Group +11.00 (+2.57%) 438.50

FTSE AIM 100 biggest fallers

  • Utilitywise -17.00 (-6.08%) 262.50
  • Earthport -2.50 (-5.75%) 41.00
  • Numis Corporation -12.75 (-4.72%) 257.25
  • Impellam Group -35.00 (-4.55%) 735.00
  • Patisserie Holdings -14.50 (-4.40%) 315.00