|CATEGORY: RISERS AND FALLERS SECTOR: BANKING
Mon 23 Jul 2012
LONDON (SHARECAST) - Financial peers Aviva, RBS and Schroders, and mining stocks Evraz, Vedanta, Kazakhmys, ENRC and Anglo American were heavy fallers as investors fled for 'safer' assets on the back of concerns about Spain's financial health and renewed speculation about a Greek exit from the Eurozone.
Fund manager Aberdeen Asset Management saw assets under management slip 1% in the third quarter, but says that this result was resilient amidst an uncertain environment. Shares edged lower.
Property giant Hammerson edged higher after seeing net rental income fall 1.6% in the six months to the end of June, though it was up 2.4% on a like-for-like basis.
Water group Pennon was lower after saying it has signed a 25-year waste services contract with Glasgow City Council, a key part of its growth strategy in Scotland.
FTSE 100 - Risers
There are currently no risers on the FTSE 100.
FTSE 100 - Fallers
Evraz (EVR) 214.60p -8.45%
Aviva (AV.) 273.80p -7.09%
Vedanta Resources (VED) 827.00p -6.08%
Kazakhmys (KAZ) 666.50p -5.26%
Antofagasta (ANTO) 1,008.00p -5.26%
Petrofac Ltd. (PFC) 1,397.00p -5.22%
Eurasian Natural Resources Corp. (ENRC) 363.40p -4.69%
Johnson Matthey (JMAT) 2,097.00p -4.64%
Schroders (SDR) 1,279.00p -4.48%
Old Mutual (OML) 152.80p -4.38%
|Royal Bank of Scotland Group
|Aberdeen Asset Management
|Eurasian Natural Resources Corp.
|Gas, Water & Multiutilities
|Real Estate Investment Trusts