FTSE 100 higher but estate agents hit

FTSE 100 higher but estate agents hit
 

(Open): The UK market opened higher, but shares in estate agents were hit by news that the government is planning a ban on charging fees to tenants.
The FTSE 100 was up 27.42 points at 6,847.14, with precious metal miners Fresnillo and Randgold Resources the top risers on the index.
But in the FTSE 250, news of the ban on letting agents' fees hit shares in Countrywide, which dropped 6%.
Rival Foxtons also suffered, with its shares down 11%.
Shares in travel company Thomas Cook rose more than 6% despite it reporting a dip in full-year profits.
Underlying earnings fell by £41m to £308m in a... read more

 
23 November 2016 in Business, Views: 47
Source: BBC
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