Market continues its bull run, buoyed by a weak pound and promises of a $1trn US stimulus package.
The Prime Minister's comments on Brexit spark a fall in the pound and a record high among FTSE 100 stocks.
Market lifts as UK's manufacturing sector hit a two-and-a-half-year high buoyed by weaker pound.
The deal marks a win for Russian President Vladimir Putin as it comes at a time when the government is cash-strapped.
Top flight stocks rise for the second session in a row as traders shrug off Trump election fears.
On a busy day in the markets a High Court Brexit ruling adds new uncertainties for traders.
Brexit fall-out hits heavyweights Tesco and Unilever over supply deal.
Blue chip stocks cool as Prime Minister Theresa May and Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn clash in the Commons.
Investors continue to buy cheap top flight stocks with strong foreign earnings.
A sharp decline in mortgage approvals and woes at Deutsche Bank sent the blue chip stocks lower.
Traders are cheered as US Federal Reserve leaves rates unchanged handing them cheap cash to invest.
Rising commodity prices lift heavyweight mining and oil stocks in the first session of the week.
Jobless numbers continue to fall, prompting a rise in top-flight shares.
Traders mull over hints by Federal Reserve chair Janet Yellen that US rates may rise before the end of year.
Traders will read the speech of the Fed boss carefully for signs of a rate rise later this year.
The Democrat US Presidential candidate said she would battle pharmaceutical giants for lower prices.
Heavyweight miners drag down top flight shares after Glencore profits decline as it pursues its turnaround plan.
Mining group's CEO Ivan Glasenberg says its plan to sell off assets and cut spending is gaining traction.
Traders wade through data showing cost of living rose to 20-month high following the EU referendum.
Oil drives top flight stocks, while in the second tier William Hill rejects £3.2bn takeover offer.
Interest rate cut by half to 0.25% sends top flight shares higher.
Top-flight shares rise
The FTSE 100 Index is hit by poor corporate news and a fall in retail sales in June
Share prices increase as UK unemployment falls to lowest level in more than a decade, according to ONS data.
The Footsie is on the back foot as inflation hits a 20-month peak
Traders look ahead to what could be a era-defining rate cut by the Bank of England tomorrow.
Housebuilders bounce back from heavy losses to help drive the London market.
FTSE and European markets struggle for direction as decline in oil prices drags energy stocks in the red.
Bank of England and FOMC both decided, unsurprisingly, not to touch central interest.
Experts are largely expecting the MPC to hold off on hiking the rate, instead increasing it later in 2016.