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Monday,23 January 2023 at 17:08
pubs and hotels business has warned that full-year earnings will be below
market expectations because of the train strikes.
Fuller, Smith & Turner said the industrial action led to a 5 per cent fall
in sales in the four-week Christmas and New Year period compared to the festive
season in 2019.
The company estimated that industrial action had reduced sales by some £4
million since the start of October.
UK and European markets
closed higher after starting the new trading week on an
uncertain note with investors reassessing the economic outlook.
U.S. stocks gained as
investors braced for a jam-packed week of corporate earnings and contemplated
the Federal Reserve's next rate move ahead of the central bank's meeting later
Oil prices rose by 1% to
$88.50 a barrel, extending last week’s gains on the back of a
stronger outlook thanks to an expected economic recovery in top oil importer
China this year.
Gold prices fell as
investors positioned for U.S. economic data this week that could influence the
Federal Reserve’s future policy.
At the close
FTSE 100 7,784 +0.18%
FTSE 250 19,801 +0.50%
DAX 15,102 +0.46%
Dow Jones 33,701 +0.98%
S&P 500 4,027 +1.38%
NASDAQ 11,367 +2.03%
UK 10-YR YIELD 3.360
Gold $1,922 (-0.16%)
Brent $88.61 +1.18%
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