Weekly roundup of FTSE 100 risers and fallers (September 13 -17)

FTSE 100 had a subdued trade on the weekly basis, led by a trend reversal on the last day of the week. Here we are giving the roundup of the top gainer and top loser of every day during the passing week.

13 September 2021

Top riser:

  • Royal Mail Plc (LON: RMG): Shares of the postal delivery company was up by 3.02% at GBX 487.40, with a day’s high of GBX 495.10 and a volume of 7.02 million shares. The stock price witnessed a rebound after three days of profit booking from investors.

Top faller:

  • Auto Trader Group Plc (LON: AUTO): Shares of the digital automotive marketplace was down by 3.05% at GBX 622.40, with a day’s low of GBX 621.20 and a volume of 1.98 million shares. The company’s stock was down following profit booking by the investors amid recent rise in Covid-19 cases which could lead to a decline in the company’s revenue.

14 September 2021

Top riser:

  • JD Sports Fashion Plc (LON: JD.): Shares of the fashion retail store operator was up by 9.72% at GBX 1,151, with a day’s high of GBX 1,159 and a volume of 3.73 million shares following interim result announcement by the company. JD Sports reported a significant rise in the revenue and profit before tax during the 26 weeks ended 31 July 2021.

Top faller:

  • International Consolidated Airlines Group (LON: IAG): Shares of the passenger airlines company was down by 4.18% at GBX 142.10, with a day’s low of GBX 141.58 and a volume of 34.9 million shares. The stock saw profit booking after last day’s positive price movement.

15 September 2021

Top riser:

  • EVRAZ Plc (LON: EVR): The metal and mining company’s shares were up by 3.62% at GBX 607, with a day’s high of GBX 610 and a volume of 3.84 million shares. The stock price of the company rebound after previous session’s decline of over 4%. The company has recently appointed Sergey Sergienko as Vice-President of Technologies Development. 

Top faller:

  • Just Eat Takeaway.com (LON: JET): Shares of the food delivery company was down by 4.54% at GBX 6,307, with a day’s low of GBX 6,302 and a volume of 1.17 million shares. The stock price was down as investors feared that the company’s market share in the UK might be impacted following a deal between rival takeaway delivery firm Deliveroo and Amazon. Deliveroo will offer free delivery to all Amazon Prime users on orders over £

16 September 2021

Top riser:

  • Ashtead Group Plc (LON: AHT): Shares of the equipment rental company was up by 5.26% at GBX 6,162, with a day’s high of GBX 6,220 and a volume of 1.42 million shares following its first-quarter results. The company’s revenue was up by 21% at USD 1,852 million, while its EBITDA stands at USD 860 million during the three months ended 31 July 2021.

Top faller:

  • Anglo American Plc (LON: AAL): Shares of the metal and mining company was down by 4.57% at GBX 2,818.50, with a day’s low of GBX 2,806 and a volume of 5.44 million shares. The company’s stock price was down along with other metal stocks from the mining sector following a decline in metal prices after Chine said it plans to release more metals from its reserves.

17 September 2021

Top riser:

  • International Consolidated Airlines Group (LON: IAG): Shares of the passenger airlines company was up by over 5%, with a day’s high of GBX 152.26 and a volume of over 34 million shares following reports of changes in the travel rules by the UK government, which might benefit the airline companies.

Top faller:

  • Anglo American Plc (LON: AAL): Shares of the metal and mining company was down by over 6%, with a day’s low of GBX 2,638 and a volume of over 5 million shares. The stock continues to see profit booking from investors along with other mining stocks. The stock is down over 15% on the weekly basis.

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