Losses in London: FTSE 100 appears lighter on Tuesday afternoon

The FTSE 100 is heading downwards on the second day of the week.

The FTSE 100 was trading 0.23 percent weaker at 7,556.16 points in LSE trading at 12:08 p.m. The market capitalization of the stocks included is therefore 2.359 trillion. Euro. At the start of trading there was a surcharge of 0.000 percent to 7,573.69 points on the price board, after 7,573.69 points the day before.

Over the course of the day, the FTSE 100 rose to 7,585.31 points. However, the stock market barometer marked its lowest level at 7,556.16 points.

FTSE 100 year high and year low

A month ago, LSE trading was suspended for the weekend. The FTSE 100 had a value of 7,624.93 points on the previous trading day, January 12, 2024. The FTSE 100 was at 7,425.83 points three months ago, on November 13, 2023. A year ago, on February 13, 2023, the FTSE 100 was at 7,947.60 points.

Since the beginning of 2024, the index has already fallen by 2.14 percent. The FTSE 100 peaked at 7,764.37 points this year. The annual low, however, is 7,404.08 points.

Tops and flops today

The strongest stocks in the FTSE 100 are currently Centrica (+1.37 percent to £1.36), DS Smith (+1.22 percent to £3.23), HSBC (+1.13 percent to £6.10) , GSK (+1.07 percent to £16.44) and Lloyds Banking Group (+0.89 percent to £0.42). Under pressure in the FTSE 100, however, are Rolls-Royce (-2.72 percent to GBP 3.01), Scottish Mortgage Investment Trust (-2.60 percent to GBP 7.86), Rightmove (-2.50 percent to GBP 5, £38), Frasers Group (-2.31 per cent to £8.04) and Sage (-2.30 per cent to £11.48).

The most expensive FTSE 100 companies

The Lloyds Banking Group share currently has the largest trading volume in the FTSE 100. Most recently, 15,284,409 shares were traded on the LSE. The Shell (ex Royal Dutch Shell) share currently has a market capitalization of 188.833 billion euros. This makes the share the highest in the FTSE 100.

Fundamental key figures of the FTSE 100 stocks at a glance

International Consolidated Airlines shares have the lowest price-to-earnings (P/E) ratio in the FTSE 100 this year at 4.27, according to FactSet estimates. According to FactSet estimates, Vodafone Group shares are expected to have the most attractive dividend yield of 11.22 percent in 2024 among the stocks in the index.

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