The blue-chip FTSE 100 index rebounded towards the end of the week after making some losses on US Fed’s rate hike worries.
Here we are giving the roundup of the top gainer and top losers of every day during the passing week.
Top risers of the week:
- 04 April 2022- Aveva Group Plc (LON: AVV): Shares of the industrial software solution provider were up by 4.02% at GBX 2,533, with a day’s high of GBX 2,535 and a volume of 0.18 million shares. The stock witnessed good buying interest during the week from investors after last week’s fall.
- 05 April 2022- United Utilities Group Plc (LON: UU.): Shares of the water utility company were up by 3.46% at GBX 1,166, with a day’s high of GBX 1,167 and a volume of 3.12 million shares. The stock price closed in green along with other utilities stocks ahead of the publication of the UK government’s new energy security strategy.
- 06 April 2022- Imperial Brands Plc (LON: IMB): Shares of the tobacco-making company were up by 3.28% at GBX 1,669, with a day’s high of GBX 1,680 and a volume of 2.9 million shares. The company’s stock closed in the positive territory following the announcement of its business update for the six months ended 31 March 2022. The business reported a good performance, with adjusted operating profit ahead of last year.
- 07 April 2022- Airtel Africa Plc (LON: AAF): Shares of the telecom service provider were up by 2.52% at GBX 142.30, with a day’s high of GBX 144.30 and a volume of 2.89 million shares. After witnessing profit booking in the last two trading sessions, the stock price rebounded. The company is rapidly doing the SIMs upgradation program in Nigeria. However, till now, not all subscribers have upgraded their SIMs as per the Nigerian government’s mandate leading to the suspension of voice services.
- 08 April 2022- Anglo American Plc (LON: AAL): Shares of the metal and mining company were up by over 3%, with a day’s high of GBX 4,126. The stock price rebounded after witnessing profit booking in the last two trading sessions. The share price is up by over 1.14% since Monday.
Top fallers of the week:
- 04 April 2022- Standard Chartered Plc (LON: STAN): Shares of the banking and financial service provider were down by 1.69% at GBX 501.20, with a day’s low of GBX 496.70 and a volume of 5.4 million shares. The stock price witnessed profit booking after the company said that its shares would be withdrawn from the Stock Exchange of Hong Kong on 13 April 2022 as per the previous notice.
- 05 April 2022- Airtel Africa Plc (LON: AAF): Shares of the telecom service provider were down by 3.96% at GBX 138.3, with a day’s low of GBX 136.9 and a volume of 4.99 million shares. The stock price closed in the red after the company said it is still upgrading the consumer’s SIMs in Nigeria as per the government’s new mandate. So far, the company has collected a new database of 73% of its active customer base. However, the process may take additional time to complete and may lead to a revenue loss of around 3% at the group level.
- 06 April 2022- Intermediate Capital Group Plc (LON: ICP): Shares of the asset management company were down by 6.31% at GBX 1,691.50, with a day’s low of GBX 1,691.50 and a volume of 0.90 million shares. The stock witnessed profit booking from investors for the second consecutive trading session. The share price has been down by over 6% since Monday.
- 07 April 2022- Aviva Plc (LON: AV.): Shares of the life insurance service provider were down by 4.91% at GBX 422.40, with a day’s low of GBX 422 and a volume of 9.6 million shares. The company’s stock closed in red after it went ex-dividend, meaning new buyers will not be eligible for the dividend pay-out.
- 08 April 2022- Spirax-Sarco Engineering Plc (LON: SPX): Shares of the engineering service provider were down by over 3.5%, with a day’s low of GBX 12,530. The stock price witnessed some profit booking after gaining over 2% in the last three trading sessions.