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Cloudy skies return
London markets finish flat as earnings fears return. Telecoms managed a positive session; defensive stocks gained. Sterling remained under pressure.
 
Shine off
Europe's techs beat a modest retreat despite a nudge forward in telecoms.
ASM International slashes Q2 forecast

For the latest market moves, see MarketPulse

 
INVESTMENT EXTRA
Every move you make
Telematics is more a case of Big Brother in your back seat. Nick Louth explores the latest tech trend.  

Club secrets
It's not been all bad. U.K. investment clubs share gems in the dust, reports Barbara Kollmeyer.
 
INTERNET DAILY EUROPE
It's all fine online
Established retailers are telling bullish tales of online success.
 
INVESTORS
Not taking it
Germany is waking up to a new and aggressive breed of shareholders.
 
U.K. ELECTION 
Tony romps it again
Tony Blair wins second landslide victory in the UK election. Labour appears set for a majority of 167.  

Focus on pound
Labour's win will put the focus on pound and a likely early entry to the euro, says Emily Church.
Vince Heaney: Equities love Labour
Andy Young: Stamp Duty disquiet to grow

FT.com: Cabinet appointments and more
 
IPO CORNER
Supermodel IPO
Spain's Inditex holds its 30 percent gains after two weeks, but can it impress with results next week? asks Francesca Gee.

Strong character
French animation group Millimages gains 7% after it starts trading on the Paris Nouveau Marche. 

Within an ace

Fraport airport's upcoming IPO is four-
times oversubscribed, paper says. 
 
SEE MORE IN COMMENTARY
ROBERT NORTON'S NET PERSPECTIVE
Fund-raising front line
A few weary VC soldiers return from the front line, armed with new cash.
 
GO DEEPER IN PAGE 2
Customers rule OK!
The Net has given too much power to customers and taken it away from business, says Net leader, in Internet Daily Europe.
 
STAKEHOLDERS AND MORE IN FUNDS
Consumer time
Laidlaw fund manager is keen on retailers, leisure stocks, says
Steve Johnson.
Plus: Fund guru says recovery is a ways off

 

 
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1-2 punch in U.S.
The Dow falls 1% and Nasdaq drops 2% in a bizarre session.
Blackout hits Big Board

Piece of Nasdaq
U.S. banks join Nasdaq effort to boost trading of U.S. shares in Europe.

Come again?
Eircom mulls over revised takeover bids from e Island, Valentia.

Friday tips
U.K. papers say look out for Hays, Daily Mail, Johnson Matthey.

Ratings Watch
Reuters, Ericsson and Pearson all downgraded.

Hague resigns
Tory leader Hague quits after disastrous U.K. election loss, in FT.com.

FT.com special

TOP OF THE STOCKS
Rights off
BT rights issue most sold at Charles Schwab Europe this week.

SHORT TAKES
Gameplay's game over
Future Network unit sale

Lufthansa's wage deal
Internolix cuts 25% staff


Quaker, Pepsi concede delay
Juniper jolts networkers
 

FBI probes Boeing sabotage
EU telco regulators unite


Making money on UK election


Media IPOs back in fashion


And: BT cash call woes
                                                                                           Front page editor: Barbara Kollmeyer

  CURRENT TIME: 7:41 BST 10/06/2001
NEWS ALERTS
21:34 BST EX-FOREIGN SEC. COOK TO LEAD HOUSE OF COMMONS - BBC
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21:32 BST BLAIR TO NAME JACK STRAW FOREIGN SECRETARY - BBC
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17:19 BST DAVID BLUNKETT APPOINTED BRITISH HOME SECRETARY-SKY
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MARKETPULSE BULLETINS
16:47 BST  Europe's bourses wind down flat to weaker
  Europe's techs beat a modest retreat on Friday afternoon, with bourses winding down flat to weaker despite a nudge forward in the telecoms sector. Deutsche Telecom (de:555750) and Sonera (us:snra) made the biggest advances. Semiconductor stocks also climbed, with Infineon Technologies (DE:623100) racking up gains after U.S. chip giant Intel (us:intc) said it would meet lowered expectations. Networking stocks weakened after a profit warning from U.S. company Juniper Networks (us:jnpr). Swedish equipment maker Ericsson (SE:000010865) and U.K. peer Marconi (UK:MONI) both saw dips. Among weaker utilities, Germany's RWE (de:703700) was down about 4 percent. On the benchmark indices, London's FTSE 100 (uk:1805550) closed down little changed, Frankfurt's DAX 30 (de:1876534) rose 0.2 percent in late trading and the Paris CAC 40 (fr:1804546) slipped 0.3 percent. On the new markets and indices, London's FTSE TechMARK (uk:1859502) closed up 0.4 percent, Frankfurt's Neuer Markt 50 (de:1809455) was off 0.2 percent in late trading and the Paris Nouveau Marche slipped 1.1 percent.
  




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